Second time I've been charged in dollars with a surcharge for an upcoming prepaid stay in Europe booked in Euros. I won't name the property as they quickly apologized, identified it as a training issue with an employee they would address, and reversed the charge, but it is something to be concerned about if you do any IHG stays in Europe. I was also given 1,000 points for goodwill but not much value there. Makes you wonder how many other U.S. residents coming through this hotel have been similarly charged and just don't know it. Original price: 80 Euros, about $90.24 based on the exchange rate on date of purchase Charged to credit card: $94.09, a markup of over 4% on my zero forex credit card I recall one stay in Berlin, not at an IHG property, where they presented me a credit card slip to sign with the purchase in dollars with a markup, and I had them void it and print a new one in Euros. They actually had a DCC sign on the counter touting the program. I'm very cognizant. when making purchases in shops or dining in restaurants, to make sure I am charged in Euros and not dollars, and always check any prepaid bookings to make sure I am not surcharged.