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I have worked in hotels for over 30 years, and the main reason for requiring an ID is that you are entering a legally binding contract when you rent a room. The hotel is allowing you use of the room for a rate, and you are agreeing to abide by the hotels policies and procedures while doing so, things such as not smoking in a room, etc. As such, the hotel ...


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Belated answer, but in Denmark the Cabinn chain of hotels has a similar concept - small and cheap (starting at around 500 DKK, so around 70€) rooms that are primarily meant for sleeping in, with a small bathroom (think the kind you’d have in a mobile home but slightly bigger) attached, though of course they’re not actual capsules if that’s what you ...


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