To rent a hotel room, you must be at least 18, since that is the legal age in the majority of states. The two main reasons for are the hotel's liability and the ability to enforce a legal contract. More »

Most states allow hotels to exercise discretion in setting their own minimum age requirements, according to USA Today. For many hotels, the minimum age to book a room is 18, the legal age of majority for all states as of... More »

It is nearly impossible for anyone under 18 to rent a hotel room in Pennsylvania or anywhere in the United States, according to USA Today. Most hotels set age restrictions because minors under 18 years of age cannot sign... More »

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Most states allow hotels to exercise discretion in setting their own minimum age requirements, according to USA Today. For many hotels, the minimum age to book a room is 18, the legal age of majority for all states as of... More »

According to the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School, a child is legally able to move out of his parents' home at the age of majority, which is 18 in most states. In some states, the age of major... More »

The "age of majority" in most states is 18, and with that age comes the ability to serve in the military, get married and vote, explains the National Conference of State Legislatures. An 18-year-old is considered an adul... More »

Each rental car company sets its own minimum age requirement, but 21 years old is common for renting a car in Texas and other states. Drivers who are under 25 years old may be required to pay additional fees. More »