Can you live long-term in a hotel?
There are two approaches to staying at a hotel: negotiate with the hotel for a great long-term rate or book at the last minute. If you're staying somewhere longer than a week, you'll probably want to negotiate. I usually stay less than a week in one place and prefer to book at the last minute.
Can you stay in a hotel for several months?
Can you rent hotel rooms for a month? In one word – YES! You can rent hotels for a month or longer virtually all over the world. Extended stay hotels look exactly the same as the room you would book for a few days or a week.
How long can a guest stay at a hotel?
Cal. Health and Safety Code §50519. Under California law (with some exceptions), a resident becomes a "permanent" resident after a continuous stay of 30 days.
How do I avoid not paying for a hotel?
- Call ahead.
- Ask the hotel reception staff to waive the security deposit before you check in.
- Explain your reasons for wanting the deposit waived.
- Negotiate with the hotel staff.
- Show proof of travel insurance – if you have it – to the hotel manager when you ask her to waive your deposit.
Is there a limit to how many days you can stay in a hotel?
Yes and no. In most jurisdictions there are laws on stays over 30 days. The hotel must have a special license that allows them to accept longer stays. But if the hotel has that license and you have the funds to pay for it, then no, there is no limit.
How much does it cost to stay at a hotel?
On average, I actually only stay in a hotel about half that time, so now I'm on $2250 a month. $100-200 – furniture (assuming most people spend $1200-2400 a year on furniture) Add all that to your $1500 a month and you're closer to the $2250s. If you've read this far, you probably like to travel too.
Which is better to stay in a hotel or a motel?
What type of hotel is best to stay at? While you can stay in a regular hotel or motel – and I did when Emma and I got back on our feet after being homeless – it is far better to stay in an extended stay hotel than a regular room. Extended stays are made for just that – extended stays.
Which is better extended stay or hotel room?
Extended stays are made for just that – extended stays. They often have kitchenettes, larger rooms, more storage and better long-term rates. In fact, I would go so far as to say that our hotel room was more studio apartment than hotel room.
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