Innkeepers and Hotelkeepers

ORS 699.005
Definitions


As used in ORS 699.005 (Definitions) to 699.060 (Posting of law):

(1)

“Facility fee” means a fee for amenities or services generally accessible to all guests of a hotel or inn without special request by a guest, that is charged to all guests regardless of use of those amenities or services.

(2)

“Hotel” or “inn” means a property, however owned and including a condominium under ORS chapter 100, in which rooms or suites of rooms generally are rented as transient lodgings and not as principal residences.

(3)

“Hotelkeeper” or “innkeeper” means the sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or other business entity that manages, rents or operates a hotel or inn. “Hotelkeeper” or “innkeeper” includes the officers and employees of the business entity.

(4)

“Transient lodging” means a room or suite of rooms that is not occupied as a principal residence:

(a)

By persons for periods of less than 30 consecutive days; or

(b)

With which the services normally offered by hotels, including but not limited to daily or bidaily maid and linen service, a front desk and a telephone switchboard, are provided, regardless of the length of occupancy of a person. [1979 c.125 §2; 1979 c.856 §6; 2017 c.213 §3]

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