Los Angeles, CA asked in Landlord - Tenant for California

Q: Can a hotel terminate your stay by force with no just cause?

My children and I have had an extended stay at The Residence Inn by Marriott in Oxnard, California for over eight months. I have remained current with all charges and fees and have spend over $70,000 in room and amenity charges We have recieved no complaints from the hotel regarding our stay. A major league football team is set to stay for three weeks, as of August 1st. I have been order to leave by this Sunday.

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William John Light
William John Light
Answered
  • Riverside, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: They can rent the room to whomever they want. You have no right to force them to allow you to stay. Find another hotel. There are plenty in Oxnard that are willing to take your money.

Scott Richard Kaufman
Scott Richard Kaufman
Answered
  • Los Altos, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: If you have paid them past that date, there may be an issue.

Otherwise, they likely booked the football dudes a LONG time ago and

they are likely getting more than 70K for the time...

William John Light agrees with this answer

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