What is the legal age to rent a hotel room?

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The legal age to rent a hotel room in the United States of America is age 18. Since minors cannot enter into a contract or be held legally liable for certain incidents, the age of 18 is required to rent a hotel room. Some hotels require that their guests be over the age of 21 to rent a hotel room as a part of the policies of their own management group and because of the legal drinking age in hotels where alcohol is available.
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It is 18years old to legally rent a hotel room. However, many hotels have a preference or a policy to rent to 21years old and up. You can argue this.
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You must be 21 to rent a hotel room in Illinois.
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Not Legal Advice: You need to be 21 years old to rent a hotel room in most states. Some in NY do 18. The Muse Hotel accepts 18 years old.
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1. Access the website of the hotel for which you would like to make your reservation. Select the "Reservations" link on the web page. 2. Enter the city and state in which
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