In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1hotel masculinebefore noun the hotel industry — la industria hotelera
- hotel manager — gerente de hotel
- hotel receptionist — recepcionista de hotel
- hotel staff — personal de un hotel
- hotel work — trabajo de hotelería / en la industria hotelera
- Medical and counselling services were on hand and free accommodation was available at hotels.
- They spent the night in hotels without a change of clothes because their bags remained on the plane.
- Service throughout the hotel is bright and efficient without being spectacular.
- It all ended up with five friends sleeping on the floor of his hotel room.
- A chef from one of London's top hotels is serving school meals to pupils at a secondary school.
- We'll spend the night in a hotel there and board the ship for Australia the next day.
- One of my corporate sponsors had kindly donated a night's free accommodation in a proper hotel.
- There is a wide choice of accommodation, from modest apartments to five-star hotels.
- The hour-and-a-half long film is set in the claustrophobic confines of a dingy hotel room.
- The owners have other interests in hotels and tourism but business must surely be at an all time low?
- I have read that Americans think that the service in British hotels is lousy.
- Hundreds of passengers spent the night in hotels as police made sure it was clear.
- It has many of the trappings of a five-star hotel, but the service can be a bit patchy.
- He instead spent a couple of nights in a Frankfurt hotel room when nobody showed up to greet him at the other end.
- As for breakfast, the meal that so few hotels get right - it turned out excellent.
- In the lobby they have brochures that indicate what services the hotel can provide.
- The hotel staff would tell tourists how great it was and the tourists would want to go.
- The costs had therefore included the bill for travel, as well as hotel accommodation.
- We don't usually get knocks at the door in the night when stopping in hotels.
- The first play is the monologue of a travelling salesman, talking to a girl in his hotel room.
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