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Minimum age to rent a hotel room

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Years ago, I remember staying at a hotel and overhearing a conversation between the desk clerk and other guests. The desk clerk told them that they were too young to rent the room.

I wonder if there is a commonly accepted minimum age or if that location had had problems in the past.

My son and a friend want to go to Cedar Point on their own and I am concerned that they won't be able to get a hotel.

They are 17 and 18. (Yes, I am iffy on the idea too. They are responsible kids who will be going away to college in a year, but...)

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