Do hotels actually care about room occupancy limits as long as you aren't shoving 18 college students in a single room or something?
I want to start our vacation a day earlier than our Air bnb reservation for weather-related reasons. I can book a hotel for free using points, but the biggest available room (with points) says it sleeps 3. It has a king bed and a pull out couch. It would honestly be fine for my family of 4 for one night-- Youngest would sleep with us on the bed, teen would have the couch.
Do hotels care about this? Can I request a rollaway bed or an extra bracelet for pool access, or would I have to be discrete about it? I wouldn't mind paying a fee for an extra person, but a room with 2 beds is not eligible for points and would be $500, which is more than I'd like to spend.
I am such a rule follower LOL. Would this be an issue or is this something people do all the time without even thinking about it?
The bracelet for pool access gives me pause. If it’s like a regular hotel pool where the guests just walk in and use it then I think it would be fine. But if it’s like a water park in a hotel then I do not think it will be fine.
Post by mccallister84 on Jul 22, 2021 13:08:52 GMT -5
I think it just depends. We have a trip booked for January. Our original room was two double beds and a pull out couch. When I went to add a fifth person they made me change rooms…. to an identical room just in another building on the property. When I questioned it they told me it was due to occupancy limits and fire code.