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If hotel personnel were instructed not to open the door but did any way, that may be actionable against the hotel. Your case would be stronger if they entered despite there being a "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door. However, keep in mind that a case may be cost prohibitive because ultimately a court will judge the merit of any such suit on your damages. To the extent that your only damage is embarrassment, that has no monetary value and as such in this type of suit may result in no recovery. Additionally, if the hotel employee explains that they did not hear or comprehend your yelling not open the door, it may be very difficult to prove that this was not the case, especially if there was no sign posted on the door indicating that they should not enter the room.
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