- Can you get a hotel if you’re under 18?
- What is the legal age to stay in a hotel UK?
- Can you stay in a hotel at 17 UK?
- Do Travelodge allow under 18s?
- Do you have to be 18 to book into a hotel?
- Can a 17 year old check into a hotel?
- Do hotels ask for ID UK?
- Is it illegal for minors to stay in a hotel room alone?
- Can hotels refuse guests?
Answer: I’ve just checked with a few London hotels and they are fine with 18 year olds checking in as 18 means you’re an adult in the UK.
If you are traveling with friends who are younger, the older members of the group (over 18s) should book the hotel rooms.
Can you get a hotel if you’re under 18?
In general, the minimum-age requirement to reserve a hotel room is 18, with some locations in the U.S. allowing guests to be as young as 16, while others require guests to be at least 21. Because people under 18 years of age are considered minors, many hotels do not want to be liable in case of a problem.
What is the legal age to stay in a hotel UK?
You can only make a booking if you are 16 years old or over. If you arrive at the hotel and are under 16 years of age you will not be permitted to stay alone.
Can you stay in a hotel at 17 UK?
It’s legally possible (e.g. Travelodge accepts bookings and unaccompanied stays from 16) but many hotels will have a minimum age of 18. You’d need to check with the hotel before you book.
Do Travelodge allow under 18s?
You must be aged 18 years or over to make a booking with us and you must be aged 18 years or over to stay alone. If a guest arrives at the hotel and is under 18 years of age the guest will not be permitted to stay alone.
Do you have to be 18 to book into a hotel?
9 answers. The minimum age to book a hotel room is usually 18. However, if a hotel room is equipped with a mini-bar, then the minimum age would be 21. So you should be able to book a room at that property as long as you have the money.
Can a 17 year old check into a hotel?
Is there any way to get a hotel room under 18 (17 years old) in the US? Legally speaking, if someone was able to present all of the requirements that any other guest is required to present (we require only a government issued ID and a credit card), then if a hotel were to refuse, it could find itself under scrutiny.
Do hotels ask for ID UK?
However, the hotel may have more stringent conditions. I find this unlikely since UK citizens do not require identity cards, and may not drive. It is likely that the hotel will ask for a passport or driving licence if the occupant provides a foreign address since the assumption will be that they are not UK citizens.
Is it illegal for minors to stay in a hotel room alone?
As a general rule, hotels cannot deny lodging to a guest on the basis of age. In many states, an absolute ban on minors may be unlawful. There is a common law a duty to receive guests. However, there are some local jurisdictions that prohibit a hotel from allowing a minor to stay unaccompanied by an adult.
Can hotels refuse guests?
What is clear is that anti-discrimination statutes prevent a hotel from refusing service to a guest based upon a number of protected classes. Under federal law, public accommodations cannot discriminate against or segregate guests based upon race, color, religion or national origin.