I was checking out prices of the New Hotel at Wet and Wild site .
Put in dates for next year HHN (2019) good prices just under 100 a night
So then checked Cabana Bay for this year but forgot to change checkout date .
1 Year at Cabana Bay will cost 75,000 dollars
Just for your information.
P.S. Can anyone spare 75 grand for a good cause :)
Most hotels will make you check out for at least one night every 30 days. In most states, transient tenants (under 30 days) have different rules and rights than long term (30 day+) occupants. After 30 days (in most states) there are a whole different set of eviction rules and rights for residents. So to avoid all of this, many hotels won't let you stay for more than 30 consecutive days without checking out for at least one night.
That is correct.
True, years ago the apt building I was living at in L.A. had fire demage and all tenants had to leave for 2 months during reconstruction. I found a rather cheap Hotel that I could pay weekly. After 28 days I had to move out only to move back in the next day. Ugh, I was so happy when I could get to my place
Did they allow hourly rentals?
The 30 day checkout thing does not apply to extended stay hotels though. I'm not entirely sure how it works (differently licensing or permits or whatever), but extended stay properties (Homewood, Residence Inn, Townplace Suites, Home 2, etc.) don't require the checkout thing. The whole point of these properties is to accomodate guests staying for an extended period of time.
And honestly, if you're staying that long of a time frame, you'd probably be able to negotiate a much better rate (and be more comfortable) at an extended stay property as well.
Is it the off season or something?
Are you insinuating that this is a pointless topic?
You would be correct...Last edited by TheMillenniumRider, Monday, June 25, 2018 1:25 PM
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