- Report: #930199
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Complaint Review: Marriott Harbor Beach
Marriott Harbor BeachFt. Lauderdale, Florida United States of America
Marriott Harbor Beach JEWELRY STOLEN FROM LOCKED IN-ROOM "SAFE" - your belongings are not safe at any Marriott! Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
*UPDATE Employee: Not really fair...
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So, they have lost thousands of dollars in business travel stays and I have told everyone I know about my experience. Too bad, because Bill Marriott, the founder, seems like an upstanding man. I now stay anywhere but Marriott! They hid behind an outdated "inkeepers law" that probably wouldn't stand up in court, today. I could not afford to take the time off or the travel expense to fight them in a Florida court. I can; however, warn other travelers to never leave anything of value in a Marriott room. The safe shouldn't be there if it isn't a "safe" place. They also lied and said their staff doesn't have access to the safe - we all know there is an override code. Marriott guests beware - you are on your own when it comes to being responsible for your valuables.
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