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ho·tel

 (hō-tĕl′)
n.
An establishment that provides lodging and usually meals and other services for travelers and other paying guests.

[French hôtel, from Old French hostel, hostel; see hostel.]

hotel

(həʊˈtɛl)
n
(Commerce) a commercially run establishment providing lodging and usually meals for guests, and often containing a public bar
[C17: from French hôtel, from Old French hostel; see hostel]

Hotel

(həʊˈtɛl)
n
(Telecommunications) communications a code word for the letter h

ho•tel

(hoʊˈtɛl)

n.
a commercial establishment offering lodging to travelers and sometimes to permanent residents.
[1635–45; < French hôtel, Old French hostel hostel]

hôtel

A large French town house.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hôtel - a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other serviceshotel - a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
building, edifice - a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place; "there was a three-story building on the corner"; "it was an imposing edifice"
fleabag - a run-down hotel
auberge, hostel, hostelry, inn, lodge - a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers
hotel room - a bedroom (usually with bath) in a hotel
motor hotel, motor inn, motor lodge, tourist court, court - a hotel for motorists; provides direct access from rooms to parking area
resort hotel, spa - a fashionable hotel usually in a resort area
Ritz - an ostentatiously elegant hotel
ski lodge - a hotel at a ski resort
holiday resort, resort, resort hotel - a hotel located in a resort area

hotel

noun inn, motel, bed and breakfast, guest house They are staying in a hotel near the airport.
Translations
أوتيلفندقفُنْدُقفُنْدُقٌ
hotel
hotel
hotelo
Harald
hotelliHeikki
होटल
hotel
szálloda
hótel
ホテル旅館
호텔
viešbučio šeimininkasviešbutis
viesnīca
hotel
hotel
hotell
โรงแรม
khách sạn

hotel

[həʊˈtel]
A. Nhotel m
B. CPD the hotel industry Nel sector hotelero
hotel manager Ndirector(a) m/f de hotel
hotel receptionist Nrecepcionista mf de hotel
hotel room Nhabitación f de hotel
hotel staff Nplantilla f de hotel
hotel work Ntrabajo m de hostelería
hotel workers NPLtrabajadores/oras mpl/fpl de hostelería

hotel

[ˌhəʊˈtɛl]
nhôtel m
to stay at a hotel → loger à l'hôtel
We stayed in a hotel → Nous avons logé à l'hôtel.
modif [guest, manager] → d'hôtel; [restaurant, lobby] → d'hôtel; [reservation] → d'hôtelhotel accommodation nséjour m à l'hôtelhotel chain nchaîne f hôtelière

hotel

nHotel nt

hotel

:
hotel industry
nHotelgewerbe nt, → Hotellerie f
hotel keeper
nHotelier m, → Hotelbesitzer(in) m(f)
hotel manager
nHoteldirektor(in) m(f)
hotel porter
nHaus- or Hoteldiener(in) m(f)
hotel room
nHotelzimmer nt

hotel

[həʊˈtɛl] nalbergo, hotel m inv
hotel room → camera d'albergo
hotel workers → personale m alberghiero

hotel

(həˈtel) noun
a usually large house or building where travellers, holidaymakers etc may receive food, lodging etc in return for payment. The new hotel has over five hundred bedrooms.
hoˈtelier (-liə) noun
a person who owns, and sometimes manages, a hotel.

hôtel

فُنْدُقٌ hotel hotel Hotel ξενοδοχείο hotel hotelli hôtel hotel albergo ホテル 호텔 hotel hotell hotel hotel гостиница hotell โรงแรม otel khách sạn 酒店
Hotel   
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Dearest People, Here I really sit at a front window of the Bath Hotel, Piccadilly.
Listlessly she went about the disorderly old hotel looking at the faded wall-paper and the ragged carpets and, when she was able to be about, doing the work of a chambermaid among beds soiled by the slumbers of fat traveling men.
But if I get my things packed I can go to a hotel to stay while my wife is away.
The more our house was like a country hotel, the better I liked it.
Then he got up, saying he had half a mind to go over to Klein's hotel and play a game of billiards.
There was no water in the bared and burning bars of the river to reflect the vertical sun, but under its direct rays one or two tinned roofs and corrugated zinc cabins struck fire, a few canvas tents became dazzling to the eye, and the white wooded corral of the stage office and hotel insupportable.
You talk as if this old house were a theatre; and you seem to look at Hepzibah's and Clifford's misfortunes, and those of generations before them, as a tragedy, such as I have seen acted in the hall of a country hotel, only the present one appears to be played exclusively for your amusement.
We stopped at the principal hotel, which was in the market-place; it was a very large one; we drove under an archway into a long yard, at the further end of which were the stables and coachhouses.
This happened to them again in New York--for, of course, they knew nothing about the country, and had no one to tell them, and it was easy for a man in a blue uniform to lead them away, and to take them to a hotel and keep them there, and make them pay enormous charges to get away.
It was late in a drizzly afternoon that a traveler alighted at the door of a small country hotel, in the village of N , in Kentucky.
He said he believed that if you were to strip the nation naked and send a stranger through the crowd, he couldn't tell the king from a quack doctor, nor a duke from a hotel clerk.
Two or three open carriages arrived, and deposited some maids of honor and some male officials at the hotel.