Should a restaurant charge a customer who cancels because their father died?
The case of Martin O’Grady – who was not allowed to reschedule a £660 pre-paid meal at the Fordwich Arms – highlights the fine margins of the hospitality industry Many of us have had to cancel a restaurant booking, but one customer was left with a bitter taste in his mouth after being charged £660 when he pulled out of a New Year’s Eve dinner because his father was fatally injured . Martin O’Gr...
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Two years after back-to-back hurricanes struck St. John, the famed Caneel Bay Resort has not reopened. A standoff between its owners and the federal government keeps a community in the lurch.