Significado de “hotel” - en el Diccionario Inglés

hotel en inglés británico

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hotelnoun [ C ]

uk /həʊˈtel/ us /hoʊˈtel/

hotel noun [ C ] (PLACE TO STAY)

A1 a building where you pay to have a room to sleep in, and where you can sometimes eat meals:

a four-star hotel
the Clarendon Hotel
We stayed in/at a hotel on the beach.
hotel guests
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  • They've booked us into the hotel in the main square.
  • We stayed in the best hotel in town.
  • Huge modern hotels have ruined this once unspoilt coastline.
  • We spent a luxurious weekend at a country hotel.
  • Please hand in your keys at reception on your departure from the hotel.

(Definición de hotel del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

hotel en inglés americano

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hotelnoun [ C ]

us /hoʊˈtel/

a building where you pay to have a room to sleep in:

a luxury hotel

(Definición de hotel del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

hotel en inglés de negocios

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hotelnoun [ C ]

uk /həʊˈtel/ us

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.

hotelverb [ I or T ]

uk /həʊˈtel/ us

to ask to use a desk in an office when you do not have a permanent desk there:

We don't have much desk space, so we ask our sales team to hotel desks when they come into the office.

(Definición de hotel del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)