A question about teens and premier inns(4 Posts)
mother2mother Wed 26-Sep-18 16:18:04
Haberpop Wed 26-Sep-18 16:15:14
Prettysureitsnotok Wed 26-Sep-18 16:09:48
mother2mother Wed 26-Sep-18 16:05:36
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Ok thanks everyone. Just didn't want us keeping each other awake all night because one of us needs to go to the bathroom or has a sore throat after singing in the concert so spends the night coughing
I used to travel away a lot with my daughter when she was a teen (under 16) and she often had her own room, I just used to request adjoining rooms, never had any problems.
Yeah that will be totally fine, you're the one booking the room and will be present with the card used for booking etc. I stayed in my own room on family holidays from far younger than 16 - budget hotels rarely care who is actually in the rooms as long as it's paid
So me and DD are going to a concert in London however we live about 2 hours from Dublin by train and so we will need to stay overnight. I was looking at premier inns and was wondering if I booked her room and was also staying at the same hotel could she stay in a room by herself. I know the policy is 16+ to book a room but don't know about staying in one. She'll be a couple months off 16 at this point by the way and already can be mistaken for 19 or over.