Anybody else notice how much the Hyatt is showing as the total amount for room taxes? In the confirmation e-mail I received for 7 nights it indicates that the room rate is $136.00/night. It also indicates the following: Additional Tax & Service Charges$0.15 Ca Tourism Fee Per Night.$2.00 Monterey County fee Per Night.10.00% Occupancy Tax Per Night. By my calculations, this is a total of $0.15 + $2.00 + (10% of $136.00 = $13.60) = $15.75. For 7 nights this should come to 7 * $15.75 = $110.25. However, if you click on the link in the e-mail, put in your confirmation number and last name, you will see the details of your reservation which shows this as the total: Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & SpaAcknowledgement #: 326XXXXXKing Guest RoomCheck-In: 08/18/2013Check-Out 08/25/2013Room charges (USD) 952.00Taxes 250.25Total (USD) 1,202.25 This is a total tax rate of more than 26%! It appears that the 10% occupancy tax is being calculated on a room rate of $336.00/night: ($250.25 / 7 = $35.75) - $0.15 - $2.00 = $33.60/night. Is the occupancy rate usually calculated on the published rate rather than the discounted rate actually paid? I called the Hyatt Monterey around 6:00 PDT, went through their voice-guided quagmire and ended up with the Hyatt national reservations desk, who couldn't answer the question. They suggested I call the hotel directly between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM.