|Check -in / Check – out|
|Minimum Age to Register||21|
|Check – Out Time||11:00 am|
|Early Departure Fee||$50.00|
|Late Check – Out Fee||$0.00 1PM courtesy if available, 1/2 rate from 2PM-5PM, full rate after 5PM|
9 answers. you can ask for a late checkout and they give you until 1:00 at no extra charge.
Yes they do . over a year ago. There are washers and dryers on the first floor outside of the main lobby in a locked room.
$581 is the average price for a double room in La Quinta , but our users have found rooms for as cheap as $64 in the last 3 days.
Usually, late checkouts are assessed a $40 fee until 3pm and a full day’s charge for checkouts after 3pm. Best thing to do is speak with the Front Desk for assistance. over a year ago. Never had an issue with a free late checkout of an hour or two when there has been availability.
With our 24-Hour front desk, guests are welcome to checkout with us at any time of day or night. If you need to leave in a hurry, just leave your keys behind and we will take care of the rest.
No need to wait for ” checkout “. I think it’s polite to at least tell them you are leaving so that the hotel staff can start cleaning and be ready for the next guest, but if you don’t need a receipt, then you shouldn’t have to wait in line. US Hotels always make you pay in advance when you check in.
It depends on the particular hotel but something between 10 PM and midnight is common. Any time you expect that your arrival will occur during or after those hours, simply call the hotel and let them know that you are coming and an approximate time.
over a year ago. You can pay by cash , but most hotels require a debit/credit card for security. You’d have to check with the hotel for sure.
Go Free awards at participating hotels require 7,500–30,000 points and apply to standard rooms; at participating vacation club resorts and vacation rentals, 15,000–30,000 points per bedroom are required. Award is subject to availability & Member must have enough points for all bedrooms in desired accommodation to book.
Travelers tend to think of La Quinta first and foremost as a good value, and that’s reflected in survey ratings: A few years back, the brand was named the second-best midprice hotel (after Hampton Inn) by Business Travel News, and in a more recent traveler survey, conducted by Temkin Group, La Quinta and Best Western
La Quinta is not a Choice Hotel . It is a Wyndham hotel.