NO..... Most decent and respectable hotels will ask guests for their credit card as a security bond in case you wreck the room or take stuff from the rooms. Also, most hotels required a credit card number to hold the booking when you make a reservation. If you are working for a company and you do not have a credit card, why not ask your work if they can fax the business purchase order number through to hotel in order to hold the booking for you on behalf of the company and when you arrive you pay them upfront for the night/s stay.
Are you sure it is not a motel? Most hotels would want a credit card as stated in my answer. Try travelling to different places around the world Angelee and see if you can get away with paying cash for your room. :-) I know in Oz, there are motels that will let you pay cash for the room, but they require a cash security bond upfront when you check in...When you check out, if the condition of the room is fine and the mini-bar hasn't been raided, they give you the full cash security bond back.
Where I live, you don't need a credit card. Every hotel I have been in we paid cash...I know this because my parents don't have credit cards.
Yes, and the right presentation- if you look like trouble then it's going to be "Sorry, we have no free rooms".
you sure can, however they will most likely ask to see I.D, and possibly more than one form of it.
i would assume so, you'd still need proper I.D and everything though
Are there any hotels that wont accept just cash?
Ahhh definately important to know!
Thankyou so much :)
How does it work? Do you just need cash and an i.d.?
most likely high end hotels, or big fancy suites
Probably depends on the hotel.
Yeah, I dont see why not.