What is an extended stay?

Can you live in a motel?

  • Generally speaking, you are not a tenant if you live in a motel or hotel. So the owner can put you out on short notice and without going to court. But the answer could be different if you have lived there for a long time. Read more below.

What is an extended stay?

  • Extended Stay America. Extended Stay America, Inc. is the operator of an economy, extended-stay hotel chain consisting of 629 properties in the United States and Canada. It is listed on the New York Stock Exchange as a "paired share" with the real estate investment trust ESH Hospitality, Inc., the owner of the hotels.

What is an extended stay motel?

  • Extended stay hotel means a hotel, motel or inn containing ten or more sleeping rooms used for temporary occupancy of transients and containing cooking facilities in more than 50 percent of the individual rooms.

What is an extended hotel?

  • An apartment hotel (also residential hotel, or extended-stay hotel) is a serviced apartment complex that uses a hotel-style booking system.

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