The two-page no celebration policy states it was developed to notify all visitors of sound limitations and “ not to insinuate any mistrust in the ‘ typical ’ visitor, ” according to a copy supplied by Gonzales ’ lawyers.
“ No hotels wish to have celebrations in them and we wear’ t desire that kind of organisation, ” the policy read.
The policy likewise stated visitors are accountable for any missing out on products from their suites and any damage triggered to the outdoors hotel home by “ welcomed or unwanted individual(s).”
Gonzales, who was a Marriott benefits member, stated she “ had never ever had an issue or sound problem at any other Marriott hotel she had actually ever remained at. ” Her claim stated she signed the policy “ so she might enter her space ” for a five-night stay.
“ Having to sign a ‘ NO PARTY ’ Policy kind did not feel ideal to Ms. Gonzales, so she returned to the front desk, ” the suit stated. “ Ms. Gonzales observed as several Caucasian visitors signed in. None were asked to sign a ‘ NO PARTY ’ Policy. ”
Gonzales ’ claim looks for $300,000 for shame, disappointment, embarrassment and “ sensations of racial stigmatization. ” The match likewise keeps in mind that it might later on be modified to include $1 million in compensatory damages.
A Marriott spokesperson stated the business doesn’ t discuss pending suits.