Hotel occupancy

Editor:

When I made a reservation for my niece and nephew and their four children, ages 6 months to 11 years, at the Best Western for the Fourth of July I was advised that if there are more than five people I would need two rooms.

When I expressed my surprise I was told by the attendant that it was a rule made by the Payson Fire Department.

I said, “So a family with quadruplets would have to get two rooms?”

She said, “Yes.”

So, if you have family coming to visit with more than three children, and want to stay in a motel in Payson, be advised.

Ted Paulk, Payson

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