motor inn


Definition of motor inn

: motel especially : a large multistory motel

called also motor hotel

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Even in a cut-rate motor inn, generic art just won’t do anymore. James Sullivan,, "Goodbye fusty old landscapes: These hotels are more like museums where you can sleep," 2 May 2018 Known for years as a destination for family vacations and modest-sized conventions, the Town and Country began life as a 46-room motor inn in 1953, set amid farmland and pastures. Lori Weisberg,, "$70M makeover of Town and Country hotel gets council OK," 20 Mar. 2018

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First Known Use of motor inn

1951, in the meaning defined above

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