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new credit card - hotel reservations made with old one. What happens?

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My credit card was 'compromised' last month and Capital One sent me a new one. But before that happened I made numerous hotel reservations for travel later this spring and summer using the number on my old card. I'm worried that a hotel might check the cc number sometime between now and when I stay and find that number is no longer good and cancel my reservation. Do hotels typically do that? Obviously I could contact each hotel but there are ten of them so I'd rather not if I don't have to. I did call Capital One and they didn't know, she said I'd have to check with the merchant.

Since credit cards are getting 'compromised' all the time these days and cards being replaced I'm thinking other people must have had this issue. Anyone know the answer?

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