Thanks for your response. I fear that you may be correct, but this makes no sense to me. I would not be showing, leasing, selling, etc any real estate. Just booking reservations, collecting hotel fees, cleaning fees, pet fees, and hotel taxes. Would a third party hotel management company require a real estate license? If they don't, why would I? I would be doing nothing more than a hotel or B&B manager would be doing.
Why would I need to be a realtor if I'm not going to be be involved in any types of legal agreements or contracts that are designed or regulated by Texas Real Estate Commission? Seems sort of like requiring a store cashier to be a licensed pharmacist in order to ring up a bottle of aspirin.