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You could sue the resort for the diminution in value between the two properties if you wanted to sue them in small claims court. You paid for a property that should have been up to a certain standard of living and it apparently was far below that. Then you were moved to a marginally better dwelling for the remainder. So since you paid 1800 and were refunded 300, you are at 1500 for the stay. It would be up to you to determine what that stay was actually worth and then file suit against them for breach of contract.
Small claims doesn't award punitive damages, but the judge can rule that the experience was so lousy that it was virtually valueless and award you most if not all your money back. But to make an impact, you really need photos of how bad the conditions were..