: a person who is not a guestnonguests of the hotel
Examples of nonguest in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebOn the royal family’s official website, guests and nonguests alike can find links to donate directly to the groups.
Sarah Lyall, BostonGlobe.com, 15 May 2018 On the royal family’s official website, www.royal.uk, guests and nonguests alike can find links to donate directly to the groups.
Caity Weaver, The Seattle Times, 12 May 2018 Because the roof features free Wi-Fi and is open to nonguests, many Angelenos come to the hotel during the day to write or take meetings en plein-air.
Rachel Syme, New York Times, 20 Sep. 2017 Claiming residence at the Waldorf would have been useful for someone looking for work—and a scam not too hard to pull off, since hotels tended to accept mail even for nonguests.
Katrina Gulliver, Slate Magazine, 12 June 2017
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