without an Identification (Drivers License, Passport, Credit Card etc.) for those destinations that require guests to
identify at the time of check in (Delhi, Goa etc.), may be denied the use of the room that
either was booked.
are meant for a stay for visitors to the destination. However hotel
rooms often get used by locals for Prostitution, "time out" by
unmarried couples etc. Occupying hotel rooms by unmarried couples is
illegal under Indian laws and therefore hotels have a right to refuse
entry or evict any guests on this ground. Most reputed 3-star and
above category hotels turn a blind eye and desist asking for matrimonial
status proof in case of perfectly respectful and good mannered couples.
However its the cheaper budget hotels which police keep an Eagle's eye for any
local prostitution related activity and therefore hotel managements of
these hotels are sometimes extremely edgy about this and may enforce the
rule even for genuine guests.
activity can be carried out in a Hotel Room. If found, Hotels may
report to the police or more likely evict a guest right away.
Local friends /
visitors of the guests are not allowed to stay overnight in a hotel room
with the guest. This may result into an eviction.
at the hotel or found anytime during the stay completely drunk or not in
a stable state to carry himself / herself in a dignified way, may be
denied entry or forcibly evicted.
Guests that for
any reason create some sort of nuisance for other guests then at the
request of other guests, hotel can evict a guest.
Any refusal to
pay any charges at the hotel after using the service can result in eviction
from the hotel.
damage to hotel property may result into an eviction.
with any staff member over any issue may result into an eviction.
Any refusal to
adhere to rules and regulations of the hotels especially related to
check out times can result into forced eviction from the hotel.