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ballroom a large room used for dancing, as in a hotel, club, or mansion.
bed to have sleeping accommodations, as in a hotel. [1/10 definitions]
bellboy a man or boy employed by a hotel to carry luggage, food, or drink to the guest rooms, run errands, and page guests.
bellhop a man or boy who does errands at a hotel; bellboy.
booking a reservation for space, as at a hotel or restaurant or on a plane or ship. [1/2 definitions]
cancellation something that has been done away with, abolished, withdrawn, or annulled, such as a hotel reservation. [1/3 definitions]
captain the chief waiter in a restaurant, or the chief bellhop in a hotel. [1/8 definitions]
caravansary any hotel or inn. [1/2 definitions]
chambermaid a woman whose job is to clean and straighten hotel rooms or bedrooms.
check in to register at a hotel, conference, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
check-in the act or an instance of registering, as at a hotel.
checkout the act of checking out of a hotel room. [2/4 definitions]
chef a skilled or professional cook, esp. one in charge of a hotel or restaurant kitchen.
cocktail lounge a room or seating area, usu. in a hotel or restaurant, in which alcoholic drinks are served.
courtesy card a card that identifies the bearer and entitles him or her to certain privileges, as at a store, bank, hotel, or club.
dining room a room, usu. in a home or hotel, where meals are eaten.
doorman one whose job is to tend the entrance of an apartment house, hotel, or other building, and to assist residents or guests.
double a room for two people, usu. in a hotel or dormitory. (Cf. single.) [1/19 definitions]
European plan a hotel rate that covers the room and services, but not meals. (Cf. American plan.)
five-star having a rating of five stars out of five, conventionally the highest rating a hotel, restaurant, or the like receives from professional critics.
flophouse (informal) a cheap, shabby hotel or rooming house.