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