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A hotelier.


(hoʊˈtɛlˌki pər)

a hotelier.
[1820–30, Amer.]
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Noun1.hotelkeeper - an owner or manager of hotelshotelkeeper - an owner or manager of hotels  
administrator, decision maker - someone who administers a business
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"If you were a Socialist," the hotelkeeper would say, "you would understand that the power which really governs the United States today is the Railroad Trust.
(2007) "We must find a balance of sustainability" Caterer & Hotelkeeper, October, 2007, Vol.
Strong support was provided by Laura Wilson, who ably stepped into Baker's usual role as Millie's friend Gloria, Lucas Rush, who brings more than a touch of the pantomime villain to the role of hotelkeeper Mrs Meers, and Jenny Fitzpatrick, who is well cast as glamorous singing star Muzzy Van Hossmere.
He was awarded an OBE for services to the hospitality industry in 2007 and was named Caterer and Hotelkeeper's Hotelier of the Year in 2011.
Trump is a real estate guy and hotelkeeper. So maybe he doesn't realize that because of low energy costs and high productivity, the U.S.
Their only known child, William Peter "Pap" Young (1814-21 November 1907), petitioned for land owed to his father and became a hotelkeeper in Seneca Township, Haldimand County.
Caterer and Hotelkeeper Magazine gives the Acorn Award to the "30 hottest talents under 30" in the industry every year - Marco Pierre White is amongst the most famous winners - so that was quite a coup.
Nick Holmes, MD of Rockliffe Hall in Hurworth, has made it down to the final three in the 'Manager of the Year' category of the Caterer and Hotelkeeper 'Catey' Awards.
Nick Holmes has made it to the final three in the Manager of the Year category of the Caterer and Hotelkeeper 'Catey' Awards, which recognise the sector's highest flyers, strongest performers and best brands, as determined by industry insiders.
Though the hotelkeeper's weakness may be seen as little more than the carnivalesque doubling of Heyst's virtuous enterprise, the slippage of the manifestations of corruption from Schomberg's grotesque passions to Heyst's charity demonstrates the inevitable razing of moral concerns that is entailed by a whole-hearted commitment to Schopenhauerian detachment.
Mr Banner won the Caterer & Hotelkeeper Acorn Award in 2004 for his contribution to a PS600m acquisition during his stint with Marriott.
Hearing the gunshots, hotelkeeper Leander Davison ran to the open doubledoor of the hotel and began to pull it shut.