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Is it legal for an 18 year old to check in to a hotel?

Yes, it is legal for an 18 year old to check in to a hotel. In the United States, the age of majority is 18, which means that an 18-year-old is considered an adult and has the legal right to enter into contracts, including those related to hotel stays.

Why do some hotels have an age requirement of 21?

Many hotels have on-site bars or other amenities that are only open to guests who are 21 or older. Other reasons include lower insurance rates and ensuring that all guests are able to legally rent a car or sign a rental agreement.

Will I need a credit card to check in as an 18 year old?

Yes, it is common for hotels to ask for a credit card or a deposit in order to check in as an 18 year old.

Will I need I.D. to check in as an 18 year old?

Yes, in most cases, you will be required to provide your I.D. when checking in. If you are unsure about any hotel, just call them and ask them if they allow 18-year-old check-in or not.