None because their insurance won't allow them to. They have the liability and you can't sign a contract.
There aren't any hotels or motels in the US that will rent a room to someone under the age of 18. Most hotels in Las Vegas that you have to be at least 21 in order to get a room. Tampa could have different requirements. Some hotels even require that you be 25 to check in. However, you may (and I stress the word may) be able to find a hostel or b & b that will rent to you with parental permission.
None. There are no legit hotels anywhere in the US that will rent to a 16-year-old. A hotel reservation is considered a contract, and you must be at least 18 to enter into a contract. Hence, you must be at least 18 to reserve and check into a hotel room. Hotels are able to set their minimum ages higher, and some require that you be 21 or even 25 to check in. Most in Vegas require that you be 21.
None. You have to be 18 by law to sign a contract and renting a room is a contract between you and the hotel.
None of them. You are a minor and minors cannot legally enter into a contract. Renting a hotel room is a form of contract.
NONE, while some hotel allow you to be 18, most require you to be 21 plus.
None of them : / You have to 18 years old.
none. you are not an adult, so no one can legally rent to you.
none at all
None - it's illegal.