private hotel

private hotel

n
1. (Commerce) a residential hotel or boarding house in which the proprietor has the right to refuse to accept a person as a guest, esp a person arriving by chance
2. (Commerce) Austral and NZ a hotel not having a licence to sell alcoholic liquor
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For a temporary asylum I pitched upon a small, quiet, empty, private hotel which I knew of in Charterhouse Square.
There I stayed for some time at a private hotel in the Strand, leading a comfortless, meaningless existence, and spending such money as I had, considerably more freely than I ought.
They lodged, I find, at the Mexborough Private Hotel, in Craven Street, which was actually one of those called upon by my agent in search of evidence.
We went to a private hotel in the neighborhood of Portland Place.
They thought Mary was not listening because she was standing a little apart from them at the window of the private hotel they had gone to.
He assured me with intensified solemnity that he bounded; and the sight of the short and muscular Fyne bounding gravely about the circumscribed passages and staircases of a small, very high class, private hotel, would have been worth any amount of money to a man greedy of memorable impressions.
Yesterday we all came up, and we settled at Bentley's private hotel.
I then told Steerforth that my aunt was in town awaiting me (as I found from her letter), and that she had taken lodgings for a week at a kind of private hotel at Lincoln's Inn Fields, where there was a stone staircase, and a convenient door in the roof; my aunt being firmly persuaded that every house in London was going to be burnt down every night.
But the cream- coloured house (supposed to be modelled on the private hotels of the Parisian aristocracy) was there as a visible proof of her moral courage; and she throned in it, among pre-Revolutionary furniture and souvenirs of the Tuileries of Louis Napoleon (where she had shone in her middle age), as placidly as if there were nothing peculiar in living above Thirty-fourth Street, or in having French windows that opened like doors instead of sashes that pushed up.
The three-day family extravaganza, inaugurated by Governor Rafique Rajwana, is being organsied by a private hotel management school in collaboration with Chefs' Association of Pakistan.
Besides these engagements, he will preside over Textile conference held at private hotel and also announce Textile policy in a press conference.
The investigating agency had alleged the tender process was rigged, manipulated and the conditions were tweaked by the then railway minister to help a private hotel company.

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