That sense of hospitality is apt for its literary festival, opening today.
But everyone in the hospitality business knows that if you make a first visit unpleasant, the visitor may not return.
Walk into a good hotel bar, and you will sense the sort of hospitality that is difficult to match in any other watering hole.
Before there was McDonald's, businessman Fred Harvey built the first fast food—and hospitality—empire across America.
To many Chinese, the incident mars the atmosphere of hospitality that Beijing has been trying to project while Biden is in town.
Voltaire never forgot the hospitality received at Stanislas' hands.
They were noted for their hospitality, and subsisted chiefly by agriculture.
I have proved that everywhere in this country the spirit of hospitality reigns.
Yet for all that, the hospitality of her little home in Ajaccio was lavish and famous.
The embarrassment was because of her inability to extend to us the hospitality she desired.
late 14c., "act of being hospitable," from Old French hospitalité, from Latin hospitalitem (nominative hospitalitas) "friendliness to guests," from hospes (genitive hospitis) "guest" (see host (n.1)).