|hotel, pub||public house|
|arrive for trip, make contact, reception desk, guest registration desk; register upon arrival, go through check-in procedures, register at hotel||check in|
|attend, serve, act as valet, clean a car, male hotel or passenger ship employee, man servant, personal manservant; one who parks cars for people arriving at a restaurant or hotel; employee who performs personal services for guests (at a hotel or on a p...||valet|
|bar in hotel, barroom, tap||taproom|
|bar or restaurant, hotel, motel, small hotel, hostel, public house which rents rooms to travelers and others, residence for students||inn|
|bellboy in a hotel, pageboy (British usage)||buttons|
|bellboy, one who runs errands for hotel guests, bellman, callboy, hotel porter||bellhop|
|bellhop, one who runs errands for hotel guests||bellboy|
|caravan, caravansary, desert inn for traveling caravans, inn which accommodates caravans (in the Orient); inn or hotel, serai||caravanserai|
|caretaker of apartment building, chief assistant in hotel, doorkeeper; hotel employee in charge of performing special services for guests; janitor||concierge|
|cheap hotel, cheap squalid hotel (especially for men)||flophouse|
|cheap shabby hotel, dirty or flea-infested creature, flea-infested dog or animal; cheap hotel, shabby building (Slang)||fleabag|
|checking in at hotel or airport, registration desk, somebody checking in||check-in|
|collection of integrated software, group of things that together form a set; group of connected rooms meant to be used together (as in a hotel, etc.); set of furniture; retinue, group of attendants, people with somebody important, set of instrumental w...||suite|
|covering like roof, large tent, marquise, tent or canopy set up for a reception or a social function (British); awning over the entrance of a building such as a hotel or theatre (American)||marquee|
|departure from a hotel, final test, final inspection; conclusion of a stay at a hotel; place where one pays for purchases in a commercial establishment, inspection or test, somebody checking out, supermarket pay point||checkout|
|hosteler, traveler who stays at hostels overnight; person who lodges guests; owner of cheap hotel or inn; person who operates a hostel; innkeeper||hosteller|
|hotel for boat owners, ship used as hotel||boatel; botel|
|hotel keeper, one who manages or owns a hotel, hotel proprietor, hotelkeeper||hotelier|
|hotel or club manager, official at public event, one who oversees the property or affairs of another, manager; one who is hired to run an estate or other establishment; one who tends to passengers on an airplane (or ship, etc.), plane or ship attendant...||steward|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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