Are there any laws in England which dictate the minimum size a hotel room has to be so it can be rented out?
I can only find information on renting of homes etc.
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NO: but it's extremely difficulty to prove a negative, however according to Which?1:
What does the law say?
There's no minimum size requirement for a hotel room in the UK, aside from in Northern Ireland where double rooms must be at least 13sq metres.
Note that the reference to northern-ireland is incomplete. Schedule 1, paragraph 8(d) of the Categories of Tourist Establishment (Statutory Criteria) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1992 (as amended) state that bedrooms shall have:
A floor area (excluding and ensuite bathroom) of -
(i) in the case of a single room not less than 7.50 square metres; or
(ii) in the case of a double bedroom not less than 13.00 square metres...
1Which? is the brand name of the Consumers' Association - a "watchdog" that promotes informed consumer choice, product safety etc