Find a hotel for Spring Break can be difficult for travelers under 21 due to hotel check-in age requirements. Widespread stereotyping of young people has resulted in many hotels setting their check-in age at 21 or even 25 but there is a solution.
Not all hotels are this restrictive and there actually are many hotels that rent to 18 year olds. At youthSociable we have compiled a list of some of the best ones across the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Here are some of the top destinations for Spring Break travel for people 18 and older.
We’ve found several hotels that rent to 18 year olds in Charleston, South Carolina. It’s a good thing too because this city is one of the most popular for bookings on our website.
As a Spring Break destination Charleston has everything you need. The amenities of a big city, beautiful beaches, and historical charm await visitors to this southern city.
This is one of the most popular booking destinations on our website. While Dallas is not a coastal city it has a population of well over a million and several top-level sports teams.
It also has the presence of major operations for Fortune 500 companies including American Airlines, JC Penney, and ExxonMobil.
One of the most popular Florida destinations on our website is not actually a coastal one. Fortunately Orlando has plenty of options for hotels for 18 year olds.
In Orlando you can visit Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Florida as well as the campus of the University of Central Florida.
For fans of coastal Florida Miami is one of the most popular options. All the amenities of the big city combined with some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States make this one of the most booked Spring Break destinations on our website.
The Miami metropolitan area also includes Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood so it may be worth checking these areas as well for alternative hotels and potentially lower prices. Flights to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport may also be cheaper than flights into the Miami International Airport.
For a more relaxed Spring Break experience Jekyll Island could be your answer. Once a playground for America’s ultra-elite, the island is now a state park with beautiful beaches, reasonable prices, and lower numbers of tourists than the more commonly mentioned Spring Break destinations.
Despite being a state park, Jekyll Island still has several hotels and restaurants to give you the getaway that you’ve been looking for.