How to Rent a Hotel Room for a Party After the Prom

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How to Rent a Hotel Room for a Party After the Prom
Booking a hotel room for a prom will require the help of a parent. (hotel image by Yuriy Rozanov from Fotolia.com)

Throwing a prom after-party is one of the things that teens look forward to when it comes to their prom. There are a lot of options when it comes to having a bash, but a hotel room is often most desirable. However, if you want to book a room for a party after your prom, you will need to do a few things differently than you would when booking a room for other occasions.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Get a parent involved in the process. Most hotels will not rent a hotel room to minors; a parent of someone involved in the party will need to sign off on the room rental.

  2. 2

    Research the hotels in your area. Some may not allow parties or after-prom celebrations. Always let the hotel know that you're hosting a party; some may even have packages to offer when renting for this purpose.

  3. 3

    Ask the hotel to book your reservation. You will have to provide a credit card that belongs to the parent responsible for the booking.

  4. 4

    Be aware of the hotel's policies for prom parties and make sure that they are adhered to. Nothing makes a party worse than having it ended abruptly by hotel staff.

  5. 5

    Make sure that the hotel room doesn't get damaged in any way, or the credit card could be charged for the damages. Remember that making phone calls, ordering pay-per-view movies, or eating or drinking anything from the minibar can also cause surcharges to be applied to the bill.

Tips and warnings

  • Always remember to follow the law when hosting a party at a hotel room. If the hotel staff is called and finds illegal activity, they are required by law to notify the police.

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