Can you buy them at a lower rate during the off-season, when demand for rooms is lower? Can you sell them to someone else if they’re no longer needed?
You could also try renting out your hotel room. If it’s not too much trouble, contact some hotels or bed-and-breakfast establishments near where you live. See what kind of rates are being offered, and see whether there are any special incentives available if people rent their rooms to guests who have stayed in that place before. You can always ask for suggestions from friends who may know about places that would be willing to rent your unused space. Just make sure that whatever agreement you come up with meets all of your needs—you don’t want to deal with angry tenants! And remember: Use good judgment! These options depend on things like how long the hotel will stay empty once it has been rented out; if another family lives in the home next door; whether or not there are restrictions against pets; etc., so even though these may sound like great ideas now, keep in mind that everyone has different needs and financial situations every day.
What other moneymaking ideas might I use my extra time for?
If nothing else comes along right away (and sometimes these “ideas” do!), then perhaps you could start doing something that will give back to others while helping yourself at the same time. Perhaps volunteering at an animal shelter or k