So, I write from the JW Marquis in Miami, where I would have anticipated a full CL (on account of status) offering for the weekend. Even as I write, one may book a concierge level room with all the trimmings for this evening (July 2) without respect to it being a weekend - and they will even charge you an additional $120 for the privilege. Indeed, my choice of hotels was based in part on the purported 24/7/52 opening of the CL, and my anticipated access. Well, the CL is "open" in that one can get inside, one can get a soda, or a granola bar, but no CL breakfast, no hors d'oeuvres, no late night snacks. They have compensated with breakfast coupons. I made my choice of hotels in part based on CL access, and have timed dinner reservations over drinks and hors d'oeuvre availability. Given that my "entitlement" is based on status, and whatever reliance I have made, I'm not gonna pitch an ugly fit. But if I were paying an additional $120, plus tax, I'd quite likely to pitch a fit. In general, indicating that a concierge level room is available (and indicating opening every day in the "room details" section, makes a gold/plat rely on availability in making choices. And as for folks who actually pay, the practice of selling a concierge level room when not providing full CL benefits is far worse. I should add, the JW Marquis is pretty tricked out and a lovely hotel - just wish they would not leave a poor taste in my mouth.