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  1. I took the kids to the National Aquarium and we spent the night at the Marriott Waterfront in Harbor East. At 2:30 a.m., I can hear a bunch of people congregating in the hallway. I stick my head out and ask them to be quiet but that didn't get anywhere. They were wearing tuxes/dresses, so I'm guessing it was a wedding (it was Saturday night). So I called the front desk, and they sent security, but it took a long time to disburse the drunks. In any case, the damage was done, I was awake and so was my youngest. I bitched to the front desk in the morning, but since I paid Priceline for the room, they told me I had to take it up with them. When I got home, I called Priceline, and they told me I can't get a refund unless I got approval from Marriott. So I got the run-around. At this point, I don't feel like wasting any more time. Has anyone gotten a better response from a hotel with regards to other rowdy guests?
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