Alas Thunder, et al., a review of the Civil Rights legislative items, past or recent, you and others have cited as gospel, I continue to fail to see absolutely anything whatsoever which would lend any credence to your statement the OP’s stated event in this thread is in any way, shape or remotely has anything concerning to self defence as an active component of these referenced congressional legislative action(s) instilling ‘...without discrimination or segregation on the ground or race, color, religion, or national origin.’ [42USC 2000a - Prohibition...Public Accommodation]Gunshot is correct, a hotel is certainly a public accommodation with interstate commerce implications, which subjects the hotel to CRA1965 remedies for certain civil rights violations. The CRA of 1965 does not include, per se, any enforcement provisions for self defense rights.
Self defense rights, including gun rights, are part of the 1865 Civil Rights Act, and are recognized by the Federal Courts as Civil Rights. If you look at the cover sheet for Heller, you will see that the civil rights box is ticked.
According to the 14th A it is up to the legislative branch to enact laws to protect our civil rights. Congress has the power to protect our self defense rights with civil rights legislation, but has so far chosen not to.
Live free or die,
What did I miss in the point(s) you were making by quite absurdly spinning this scenario into a self defence & public accommodation civil rights incident?
Oh a minor sidebar, the legislation was passed in 1866 by Congressional veto.