Hotel Taxes after 30 days - New Mexico?

I know in the state of Texas, after 30 days of occupancy it becomes tax exempt and you just pay the base amount and some hotels refund the first 30 days worth of taxes. I recently moved to New Mexico and was just informed by the extended stay hotel that taxes continue past 30 days.

Is the hotel tax exemption a state thing and applies to only some states including Texas but not New Mexico? or is it a federal thing? Either way can I be exempt in New Mexico after 30 days from the taxes applied to an extended stay hotel?

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  • 9 years ago
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    These are state taxes.

    The rules would vary by state.

  • 9 years ago

    Hotel taxes are imposed by cities, not the state or federal government.

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