hosteler

[hos-tl-er]
Also especially British, hos·tel·ler.

Origin of hosteler

1250–1300; Middle English; see hostel, -er2; akin to Old French hostelier
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British Dictionary definitions for hosteller

hosteller

US hosteler

noun
  1. a person who stays at youth hostels
  2. an archaic word for innkeeper
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