hotel bill


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Noun1.hotel bill - statement of charges for staying in a hotel
invoice, bill, account - an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered; "he paid his bill and left"; "send me an account of what I owe"
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His hotel bill, losses at billiards and cards to Captain Crawley had almost drained the young man's purse, which wanted replenishing before he set out on his travels, and he had no resource but to infringe upon the two thousand pounds which the attorneys were commissioned to pay over to him.
Also, the hotel bill which he left unpaid was enormous.
Though I bided my time, ran up a comfortable hotel bill, and, at the very last, ordered my own generous assortment of liquors and cigars and charged the bill to the schooner.
Helen in her flight forgot to settle the hotel bill, and took their return tickets away with her; they had to pawn Jacky's bangles to get home, and the smash came a few days afterwards.
Not having enough money to pay the cost of such a journey, he borrowed the price of a return ticket from Sanders and arranged to stay with a friend in Washington, to save a hotel bill that he could not afford.
And over here is what appears to be the fragment of a hotel bill, which interests me deeply.
A month or two later I was able to understand why a courier did not have to pay any board and lodging, and why my hotel bills were always larger when I had him with me than when I left him behind, somewhere, for a few days.
Their week-ends in the country cost them nothing, and saved them the price of their Sunday dinners; for the motor car was the Colonel's; and he and Higgins paid the hotel bills.
It emerges that penny-pinching Princess Marie has been charging her huge hotel bill to Harry.
A 41-year-old man has been arrested in the US state of Pennsylvania after allegedly racking up a US $16,000 hotel bill and attempting to leave without paying it.
What is the norm for thousands of commuters should also be good enough for AMs: if they live in Neath and have to be at Cardiff Bay by 9am, they should not expect taxpayers to foot their hotel bill unless they were on late Assembly business the night before.
2 billion Catholics praying, paying his hotel bill and catching the bus.

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