nonguest

nonguest

(ˌnɒnˈɡɛst)
n
(Computer Science) a person who is not a guest, esp referring to a computer or internet site login
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Aside from diplomatic niceties and state visits by foreign dignitaries, much of international relations transpires in this nonguest social context, particularly because the invitation/guest social context applies primarily to individuals and delegations rather than to groups and nations.
13) If the hotel has stores or a theater ticket service in the lobby and a nonguest enters the hotel to patronize the store or purchase tickets, that person also qualifies as an invitee.
1991) (plaintiff tenants evicted because of criminal conduct committed by their allegedly nonresident and nonguest children).
A nonguest was ordered to leave the inn because she was suspected of engaging in prostitution in guests' rooms, which were located on floors above the lobby.
Room rates start at PS125 a night and the coffee shop and restaurant are open to nonguests with access from the street that avoids having to go through the main hotel and an express lift direct to the restaurant.
Hotel clients should be required to present ID cards while nonguests should be barred from entering rooms, Cariaga said.
It's open to nonguests for a $60 day-use fee ($40 for Sunset readers this month), but treatments are spendy--massages start at $200.
It is also intended that the facilities will be available to nonguests, further enhancing Ainsdale as a leisure and holiday destination.
Chang believes the higher percentage of nonguests indicates affluent part-time Hana residents have taken a liking to the new chef's creations, a good omen for cash flows.
For guests of the resort, an in-season (July through October) round of golf costs $140, for nonguests $175.
At night, the door is secured and nonguests must call the front desk on the intercom to state their business.
Percentage of nonguests arriving by car (versus limousine, shuttle or taxi).