Not necessarily. Generally speaking providing accommodation for periods exceeding one month as a general term of rental would most likely not be constitute hotel business.
Anyone providing temporary accommodation for less than 1 month must then consider if they are ‘excluded’ from having to obtain a hotel license. Exclusions include lodgings which have no more than 4 rooms.
Kindly note that is one single owner of one unit within a complex containing multiple units, exceeding 4 in number, can be deemed to become part of a ‘hotel operation’ if the type of temporary use is less than 30 days for those units.
This therefore impacts upon buildings where there may be widespread use of 3rd party temporary accommodation providers such as Airbnb; Agoda, and similar.
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