How's Vegas occupancy laws?

Discussion in 'Las Vegas' started by leahjade, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. leahjade

    leahjade DIS Veteran

    Jan 15, 2007
    We booked a condo from a rental company and says occupancy 4 and now my other two kids can come along making it six? Would anyone need to know? I know Disney is strict with their hotels but most places don't have a problem with it unless there are wild parties going on.
  2. usnuzuloose

    usnuzuloose Loosing Boo Boo

    Sep 20, 2009
    I dont know if there are any such laws that i am aware of. But I would check with the property managment. It protects you by being honest. Just remember when you check in take pics of everything. Especially if there is damage prior. If it were me I would talk with them so I know I am protected.
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  4. skiingfast

    skiingfast <font color=teal>Has had no bacon<br><font color=b

    Mar 12, 2010
    Tough to say. Usually rules have to do with fire codes. However on many trips to LV I've always booked as a party of two. And only sometimes has that been true when we got in the room.
  5. Danibelle

    Danibelle DIS Veteran

    Dec 29, 2009
    I would check with your rental company. In NV, there are a lot of rentals with strict occupancy rates. This could be due to fire codes or due to noise (a condo use rule for renters and owners). Better to be safe!
  6. woody73

    woody73 <font color=darkorange>Enjoyed the Pumpkinmen<br><

    Jun 7, 2005
    Does the unit sleep six?

    Would the condo manager or other residents notice and report that the six people are in violation of occupancy rules or your rental agreement?

    Did you pay a security deposit that you're willing to forfeit?

  7. jlima

    jlima Beep Beep!

    Nov 1, 2000
    Are the 5th and 6th people over 18? And is this a condo-hotel? If max occupancy is four, the extra people will be unregistered guests. Their names won't be on the property's records. They won't be able to charge anything to the room; they can't have room keys; and if they get locked out they can't go to the front desk and request another key. If there is an emergency and you have to evacuate the property, the unregistered guests will not have the same rights as the registered guests with regard to having property returned. In all likelihood, the unit has bedding for four people and the property can only register up to four people in the unit. The 5th and 6th person can crash on a sofa or something, and in all likelihood nothing bad is going to happen, but I would find a place where 6 people can sleep, like find a hotel with a double bedded room that connects to a king bedded room so you can just check in all 6 people.

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