Examples of hostelry in a Sentence
the grande dame of the city's hostelries, it has played host to presidents, kings, and Hollywood royalty
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Construction is already underway on several smaller hostelries.
In August the government stopped issuing new licences to restaurants and hostelries, supposedly to fight tax evasion.
Looking down upon the particularly posh stretch of Madison Avenue, the 189-room Surrey underwent a $60 million renovation six years ago—one that transformed a reliable if unexciting hostelry into one of the neighborhood’s most desirable addresses.
Both the bar and the hotel are theatrical simulacra of a glamorous Art Deco watering hole and hostelry.
Cyclists are everywhere: The terrain is mostly flat, there is little traffic, and hostelries cater to riders’ needs.
From trendy cocktail bars to hip hostelries, everything that Pierre-Charles Cros and Xavier Padovani touch seems to pay off.
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: an inn, pub, or hotel
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