The requirements of this paragraph are specific to a licensed residential hotel but the responsible person and licensee of the licensed residential hotel is not exempt from the requirements of paragraph (R)(3)(118.3) of this rule.
No person licensed to operate a residential hotel shall also maintain and operate an agricultural labor camp, apartment house, lodging house, rooming house, or hospital or college dormitory in the same structure as is located a licensed residential hotel, unless the licensee complies with the requirements of paragraphs (R)(3)(c)(118.3.3), (R)(3)(c)(i)(126.96.36.199) and (R)(3)(c) (ii)(188.8.131.52) of this rule.
No person shall operate a residential hotel as defined in paragraph (R)(2)(118.2) of this rule without first obtaining a license from the state fire marshal for the residential hotel licensure category pursuant to paragraph (R)(1)(118.1) of this rule.
Residential hotels shall only be kept, used, maintained, advertised, and held out to the public for minimum stays of more than thirty (30) days.
Responsible persons and licensees of licensed residential hotels shall, upon request of the dwelling unit guest, provide furniture adequate for living, eating, cooking, sanitation and sleeping within the dwelling unit. Furniture or furnishings provided for sleeping and sanitation shall include bed, blankets, sheets and pillow cases, towels and wash clothes. The residential hotel may charge appropriate additional fees for the provision of any furniture or provisions pursuant to this paragraph.