Hotel resort fees have drawn the ire of attorneys general for Nebraska and the District of Columbia as well as travel rights groups because they often aren’t disclosed upfront, making travelers think they’re getting a better deal than they really are. Now, those fees that consumers love to hate are getting pushback from some online travel websites that help book the hotels. Booking.com, one of the world’s largest online booking sites, has begun charging a commission on resort fees collected by hotels in Europe and plans to make the change for U.S. hotels in January. The website previously collected a commission only on the nightly rate for every hotel room that is booked through the site — a practice shared by most online booking sites. The move comes only a month after attorneys general for the District of Columbia and Nebraska filed lawsuits against Marriott International and Hilton Worldwide Holdings, respectively, calling the fees deceptive. Although Booking.com concedes that the move will generate extra revenue for the company, the travel site contends that the change primarily is intended to push hotels and other lodging providers to be more transparent about the total cos...