What does the ambiguously worded "Must be 18 or older to check in" mean? We are a family of 4 with well-behaved 12 and 14 year old kids. Do you have any accommodations that might suit us? Do you currently show availability for the weeks of either Feb. 17th or April 14th (school vacation week in the Northeast.) Thanks!
Joel B. asked on Jan 6, 2013
Very sorry, but the rooms covered by this Groupon have a maximum occupancy of 2 people. If you are traveling as a group of 4 people, you'll need 2 rooms/Groupons. "Must be 18 or older to check in" just means that the person who books the room and checks-in to the hotel needs to be at least 18. Your guest or guests do not need to be 18.
Brette V. from Groupon replied on Jan 8, 2013