The White House announced a new policy Tuesday to allow visitors to book hotels with no advance reservations.
The policy, which was first reported by ABC News, allows travelers to book with a hotel reservation or mobile app and book up to 72 hours before departure.
The hotel stays must be available for use in the first 90 days of the year.
“For hotel guests, we are committed to allowing them to make the most of the holiday season,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said.
The president and first lady Melania Trump have been to the Siesta Key hotel and the nearby Blue Ridge Parkway hotel.
The White, the former president’s hometown, opened in 1921 and has remained a popular destination for locals, locals who like to stay in town and locals who are traveling.
The new policy will not apply to the White House and Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club.
The administration said it will use data from the National Park Service to determine the cost of booking a hotel room, and the White would share that information with the Secret Service, which is responsible for protecting the president and other dignitaries.
In 2016, the Secret Services paid for hotel room services for the couple.