"Booking.com has told The Independent: “As an extension of our overarching aim to provide our customers with transparent information about the total price they will need to pay at a property when they make a booking and to create a level playing field for all of our accommodation partners, we are updating our process when it comes to charging commission on mandatory extra fees that customers are asked to pay at the property.” A Las Vegas news site, VitalVegas, tweeted: “This could change everything: Booking.com is reportedly informing hotels they’ll charge commissions on resort fees. “Avoiding commissions on resort fees is a huge reason they exist. Will hotels push back, or is this the beginning of the end for resort fees?” https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/resort-fees-extra-charges-hotels-booking-commission-las-vegas-new-york-a8923056.html Will this change things? I'll believe it when I see it! I remember 1-2 years ago, when supposedly the FTC was going to rule that resort fees could not be assessed without showing the full pricing, and that didn't happen. We'll see if this makes a difference.