Examples of hotel in a Sentence
check out of a hotel
for their 50th anniversary they stayed at one of the finest hotels in San Francisco
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Buzea hopes to get settled into the hotel by 10:30 p.m. The Vikings have a practice scheduled for 8:30 a.m. Friday at North Carolina State.
As of 3 p.m. Sunday, there was no way to drive to Minute Maid Park from William P. Hobby Airport or Bush Intercontinental Airport and from the team hotel.
But some already have given way to hotel sites and urban experts expect more to undergo redevelopment as the auto industry shifts to autononmous cars and consumers choose other forms of transportation.
Prosecutors say Melgen gave hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions to support Menendez, and lavished him with trips on private jets and a three-night stay at a Paris hotel valued at $4,934.
Every bit as good as advertised: Tate Modern, Claridge's hotel, Mayor Sadiq Khan's handling of unwanted interference from overseas powers.
This beachfront boutique hotel offers posh rooms with gorgeous gulf views, and the cocktail lounge in the lobby, Hunter's Bend Bar & Bites, is the perfect way to unwind after a long day in the sun.
The Trump Organization’s involvement in the Trump SoHo project was limited to licensing its brand and managing the hotel.
Additionally, there have been stops closer to home, including engagements at Chicago's Navy Pier, United Center, and a famous downtown hotel.
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Origin and Etymology of hotel
First Known Use: 1687See Words from the same year
Synonymsauberge, caravansary (or caravanserai), hospice, hostel, hostelry, inn, lodge, public house, tavern
Related WordsB and B, bed-and-breakfast, guesthouse; apartment hotel; accommodations, lodgings, rest; court, motel, motor court, motor inn, motor lodge, resort, spa, tourist court, youth hostel; camp, campground; bunkhouse, dorm, dormitory; boardinghouse, lodging house, rooming house; doss-house [chiefly British], fleabag, flophouse
Definition of Hotel
First Known Use of hotel
HOTEL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hotel for English Language Learners
: a place that has rooms in which people can stay especially when they are traveling : a place that provides food, lodging, and other services for paying guests
HOTEL Defined for Kids
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