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hotel

noun [C]
 
 
/həʊˈtel/
a building where you pay to have a room to sleep in: stay at/in a hotel He had paid for him to fly to Britain and stay in a hotel for a week. Her assistant booked her into a hotel near the airport.a budget/luxury/five-star hotel Delegates attending the conference have been asked to stay in budget hotels.a hotel room/bar/restaurant Guests have been able to book a hotel room online for many years. a hotel operator/chain/group a hotel reservation/booking
Traducciones de “hotel”
en árabe فُنْدُق…
en coreano 호텔…
in Malaysian hotel…
en francés hôtel…
en turco otel…
en italiano albergo, hotel…
en chino (tradicionál) 賓館, 酒店, 飯店…
en ruso гостиница, отель…
en polaco hotel…
in Vietnamese khách sạn…
en español hotel…
en portugués hotel…
in Thai โรงแรม…
en alemán das Hotel…
en catalán hotel…
en japonés ホテル…
in Indonesian hotel…
en chino (simplificado) 宾馆, 酒店…
(Definition of hotel noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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