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Hotel reservations for a minor? and got a better answer
Response from Антон Владимирович[+++++]
The first thing to do is to write to the prospective hotel, if it doesn't say anything in the lodging rules. If there is a hotel willing to take you, there won't be a problem. And who exactly will book - no difference?
The first thing to do is to write to the proposed hotel, if there is nothing in the accommodation rules. If there is a hotel willing to take you in, there won't be a problem. And who exactly will book - it makes no difference.
Aren't you afraid of getting your ass whipped? After all, it's not for nothing that the Putinoids call it a gay-ropa, then they've already been punked there.
You can book, but whether the hotel will check in an unaccompanied minor is a big question.
No, you can't. Even if an adult parent will do it for you, a friend, your passport will show who's who when you check in. European and Russian hotels don't accept minors. And you can even understand them. who wants to take responsibility for that? And the German hoteliers are particularly hard-hearted here. And the Turkish hotels don't even consider whether you're under 18 or not. It's a good idea to know the law. Article 20. An underage citizen of the Russian Federation, as a rule, leaves the Russian Federation together with at least one of his parents, adoptive parents, guardians, or custodians. If a minor citizen of the Russian Federation is leaving the Russian Federation unaccompanied, he/she must have in addition to his/her passport a notarized consent of the above persons for the departure of the minor citizen of the Russian Federation indicating the period of the departure and the state which he/she intends to visit Based on the power of attorney the consent -will be given.
Reservations are made over the internet and they rarely ask for age, so it's possible to book. But a large number of hotels do not accommodate unaccompanied minors. You have to contact the specific hotel in advance and see if they will be willing to take you. Otherwise, in spite of any reservations, you risk spending the night in the lobby.
Look for an economy hostel with automatic check-in. They are not many, in Scandinavia, IMHO, 5 percent at most, but they are everywhere.