A recent mailer of Kimpton Hotels caught my attention. In the fine print it says "Kimpton Hotels reserves the right to cancel reservations booked with erroneous room rates. Not that anyone would do something sneaky like that." Its sounds rather arrogant like blaming a guest for a room rate error they may make or am I reading this wrong? The entire text reads: Terms & Conditions: Welcome to the terms and conditions, a.k.a. "small print," where we are obliged to let you know that this prepaid, nonrefundable Kimpton InTouch exclusive offer is subject to availability and valid for stays from June 22, 2013 to September 1, 2013. Offer must be booked by June 27, 2013, under the rate code of "20DEAL." The world being the way it is, additional taxes and fees may apply. Not valid in conjunction with any other promotions or offers. Not valid for discounted or negotiated rates, groups or existing reservations. Certain restrictions and blackout dates may apply. Offer not available: July 12- 13 and August 2- 4. Finally, Kimpton Hotels reserves the right to cancel reservations booked with erroneous room rates. Not that anyone would do something sneaky like that.