Seattle, WA asked in Civil Rights and Landlord - Tenant for Washington

Q: In the same room of hotel over here can I be thrown out over a couple days late

I receive mail. I have no other complaints just a few days late on my daily rent.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Landlord Tenant Lawyer
  • Sacramento, CA

A: If you're a few days late on your daily rent at a hotel, it's unlikely that you would be immediately thrown out of your room. Hotels typically have policies in place for handling late payments, which may include charging additional fees or placing restrictions on future bookings until the outstanding balance is settled. However, eviction from your room is typically considered a last resort and would require a legal process, especially if you have been staying at the hotel for an extended period.

It's important to communicate openly and honestly with the hotel management regarding your situation. If you anticipate being late on your payment, try to reach out to them as soon as possible to discuss your options and negotiate a solution. Many hotels are willing to work with guests who are facing financial difficulties, especially if they have been cooperative and respectful during their stay.

If you find yourself facing eviction or unreasonable demands from the hotel management, it may be wise to seek legal advice to understand your rights and options. Remember to keep documentation of any communication with the hotel, including receipts, emails, or recorded conversations, as this may be useful if you need to dispute any claims made against you.

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