Definition of 'hotel'
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You could walk to the mall from both hotels we stayed in. The Sun (2016)Luck is building for a family dream of running a hotel. The Sun (2016)It is not unusual for a works outing to turn rowdy in the hotel bar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)After a long drive my first requirement on arrival at a hotel is often to answer the call of nature. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Could a five-star hotel really save my sanity? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Stay in three and four-star hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Is it a luxury hotel? Times, Sunday Times (2016)In 2018 construction will begin on a shopping centre and a five-star hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There also used to be tax relief for acquiring or building hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We meet at the bar of his hotel for drinks and tapas. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Until recently company and business tenants often lived in hotels and holiday lets while on secondment. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is what hotel people say all the time. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can also stay in the hotel here. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The site also includes deals at luxury hotels. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It runs hotels and construction companies and owns huge areas of land. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The rest of the building contains the hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We had a good night after the game with a few drinks at our hotel bar. The Sun (2009)Jobs in hotels and bars often include basic accommodation. The Sun (2012)The police arranged for the evacuation of people to two hotels as a safety precaution. The Sun (2010)The other acts are staying in hotels. The Sun (2009)We are sitting at a table in the hotel bar. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Country hotels often have empty rooms in the middle of the week. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The people who like hotel accommodation the least are those who have to stay in it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)These extras helped make up for spending as much time on the bus as we would in our hotel over the holiday. The Sun (2013)It may be a five-star hotel but the staff are always chatting and being very sloppy. The Sun (2008)The restaurants in the four-star hotels mentioned above are at the classier end of the scale. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Hopefully a five-star hotel nearby has some availability. The Sun (2014)Price is based on a budget ticket and four-star hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2009)How that ties in with luxury hotels is anyone's guess. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In time you'll run a hotel together. The Sun (2014)It is commonplace for hotels, holidays and tradesmen. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You'll see the old hotel building. BomberStaff and pupils stayed in five-star hotels and spent 800 on tips alone. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'hotel'
British English: hotel /həʊˈtɛl/ NOUN
A hotel is a building where people stay, paying for their rooms and meals.
- American English: hotel
- Arabic: فُنْدُقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: hotel
- Chinese: 酒店
- Croatian: hotel
- Czech: hotel
- Danish: hotel
- Dutch: hotel
- European Spanish: hotel
- Finnish: hotelli
- French: hôtel
- German: Hotel
- Greek: ξενοδοχείο
- Italian: albergo
- Japanese: ホテル
- Korean: 호텔
- Norwegian: hotell
- Polish: hotel
- European Portuguese: hotel
- Romanian: hotel
- Russian: гостиница
- Spanish: hotel
- Swedish: hotell
- Thai: โรงแรม
- Turkish: otel
- Ukrainian: готель
- Vietnamese: khách sạn
Definition of hotel from the Collins English Dictionary
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