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Me and my friend want to go to London and need a place to stay, wondering if any hotel would allow 17 year olds to check in themselves
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I think you only need to be 16 to reserve a room at Premier Inn
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You could get your parents to book an AirBnb for you. You have to be 18 to have an account (and maybe to stay) but there is no check in for it like a hotel. Also much cheaper!
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Premier inn
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I stayed in a hotel on my own when I was 16. No one asked how old I was when I was checking in.
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We’ve also used Travelodge at 16, although it does state that at least one person should be 18, no one questioned age on check in.
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