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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From my experience it has been 21.
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You must be 21 to rent a hotel room in Illinois.
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To rent a hotel room at a big chain hotel like Holiday Inn you would need to be 18 and likely have to use a credit/debit card sort of as a deposit. If it's a small town hotel then
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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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