How come some hotels will not let you have guests?
They never explain why until you ask.
- opurtLv 73 months agoFavorite Answer
Most hotels will let you have guests... as long as you let them know and the room rate usually goes up because of it. More people use more resources right down to little things like using more towels, so they charge more to cover it.
- Anonymous3 months ago
Cost, additional supplies, noise, etc. are legitimate- but there are also fire codes. Each room has a legal maximum occupancy ...the idea being that everyone at least has a chance to evacuate instead of burning to death if there's a fire.
- BettyLv 73 months ago
Because they are not an 'open house' to all and sundry.
- A CLv 63 months ago
They don't want prostitutes working there.
or drug dealers
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- MSLv 73 months ago
You can have guests if you pay for them. Hotel room prices are based on occupancy. In most cases, they charge the same for 1 or 2 people, but then the cost goes up as you add people to the room. Extra people cost the hotel extra money, so they don't want unpaid guests in the rooms.
- sunshine_melLv 73 months ago
Because you've paid for the room as a single occupant; extra guests are not paid for, and increase wear on the facilities
- PearlLv 73 months ago
maybe you should ask them
- GregLv 73 months ago
You paid for x people in the room, not x + y.
- .Lv 73 months ago
They don't care if they do not know about them