Like any civilized society, we need some guidelines to help us all work better together. As much as possible, we are looking for a win/win. We want each guest to feel loved. And the hotel needs to survive. If there are any questions about our policies, please ask. We truly want you to have a good experience while visiting the Lafayette Inn.
Should you need to cancel or rebook your Lafayette Inn reservation we respectfully request seven day’s notice prior to your scheduled arrival. Reservations cancelled within seven days of your scheduled arrival will result in a cancellation charge equal to your first night stay.
OCCUPANCY FOR ROOMS
Rates quoted are for double occupancy. A third and fourth person can be accommodated in some rooms for $20 per night for each person over four years of age. No rooms can accommodate more than four persons regardless of age.
Some guests volunteer to sleep on the floor… sorry, that does not work for us.
ONLY a very few rooms will accommodate cots. This is a safety and maintenance issue; we will not make exceptions. Likewise, cots are not comfortable, and crowd a room. If additional sleeping space is needed, we highly recommend additional rooms.
You are welcome to arrive between the hours of 3PM to 7PM on the day of your reservation.
Repeat guests are ALWAYS welcome to check in after hours. We would rather have the chance to introduce ourselves to new guests; checking in before 7 p.m. is HIGHLY recommended. If late check-in is unavoidable, we will do all we can to accommodate your needs, but you would be required to contact the hotel the day of arrival to make arrangements.
The Lafayette Inn is a smoke-free environment. Smoking is permitted outdoors only. Candles or any live flames are not permitted (100+ year old building… and it needs to be protected!).
Our guests enjoy a quiet environment! After 7 p.m., we keep things low key. There are neighboring establishments that can accommodate our livelier groups in the later evening hours. A long, long time ago, this historic building was a fraternity house. Those days are OVER. 🙂