Some hotels might have a minimum age requirement, but that would be a rare exception. I'm basing this on spending a lot of the last 15 years in bars, and from talking to friends who work and manage bars. Earlier this year my son was 17 years old he's 18 now and was invited to participate in a research project in Barrow, Alaska. Public transportation is reliable but slow and sparse outside the main downtown areas. I mean couldn't they allow me to check in if my parents were to talk to them ahead of time? At that time at least there was no problem with the ages - the main issue was making sure the original credit card used to reserve the room was available because it was needed to gain access to the hotel as there is only a limited time period when reception is manned. The credit card just holds the room and secures the damage deposit.
However, I don't think you'll have a big problem finding a room. She then said she'd find someone 18+ to stay with them which is fine, but why didn't she get that the first time? As for location that is something you want to consider. Other tales from subs I work as a receptionist for a hotel, usual stuff. What matter here are specific laws about renting hotel rooms, and hotel policies. And there are serious problems going on, all over the country, every single day. I would call the hotel and ask to be sure. This money is then removed from your account in full and then refund the differece if no room charges or expenses are incurred which can take a week to return.
I spoke with an incredibly helpful manager at a Comfort Inn that explained how to get around the age restriction. Gosh, everyone is full of assumptions today, aren't they. Some hotels have policies with a higher minimum age, such as 21. I was just wondering what the rules are and if you're allowed to stay if you're under 18? It's just me staying till New Years in that hotel. For all rules: first incident is warning, second incident is a permanent ban. But yeah, I'm sure in your world bartenders blindly serve 15 year olds without carding them. She rang up inquiring about an apartment and price, then told me that all the guests staying will be under 18.
There is a wild difference between what should happen and what does happen, not just in liquor licensing but in many other facets of everyday life. I can guarantee you will have problems, my younger brother did, and he was a bit older- 17 at the time was just him as well not a rowdy group or anything. Of course not everyone in a hotel is over 18. Thanks for contributing an answer to Travel Stack Exchange! As for location that is something you want to consider. In the United States, you are legally an adult at 18 years of age. This is to check if the locality will forbid you staying even though the hotel chain would let you stay otherwise.
The prudent approach would be that the adult who makes the booking also informs the hotel of the age of the people who will actually use the room. The only feasible itinerary to get him there involved an overnight stay in Seattle. The same thing just happened with what I assume to be the kids mother. Most of the major chains require that at least one guest be 21+. Not saying it isn't wrong, or a problem, just saying.
It's entirely possible that booking a hotel is not dependent on the age of majority. Many will also require you to book the room on a credit card before you arrive, but you can pay with any form of payment when you check-out. Some hotels have policies with a higher minimum age, such as 21. If you can post a question here, surely you are capable to send an email to hotel? Credit to Please hit the report button if you see any violations of the rules to help bring to mod attention For Hotel Employees They are both private and proof is required for entry. If people don't tell us, we probably wont ask! Let me assure you, they do. Of course, if you don't order room service or have a parking fee, nothing will be charged to your card.
According to , you can book a room via their website if you're 18 or older. Or will they be able to call the hotel I am staying at telling them that there won't be anyone over 18 with me. Of course not everyone in a hotel is over 18. This happened twice today which is strange as this hasn't happened before. Any help with this is appreciated : Thanks Look champ your 15 what do you need to relax from? Would be interesting if you reported back what the outcome is.
It is only when things go wrong that people ask why they were not applied and so prevented the problem. It's just me staying till New Years in that hotel. And asking if we can help you identify a specific property to meet your needs. Of course, if you don't order room service or have a parking fee, nothing will be charged to your card. Or will they be able to call the hotel I am staying at telling them that there won't be anyone over 18 with me.
You can have a parent reach out to the host to explain that their child will be staying there and if the host accepts, it will not be an issue. Quite often, teens rent a suite of rooms to party on prom or graduation night. The only time to be under-age with out a parent or gardian, is if you are part of a group, like a sports team and you have chaperones and coaches. I tried calling to the hotel but the woman who answered didn't say anything was wrong with it when I said we were 16, 16 and 17 years old. .
Also be prepared for heavy taxes. It's just me staying till New Years in that hotel. This is to check if the locality will forbid you staying even though the hotel chain would let you stay otherwise. During the flight and staying in the hotel room, I will however will have a family member living in Greensboro visit me at the hotel room. The risk is that you won't have a room. Expect something to rarely, if ever, be done about it.