private hotel


noun
  1. a residential hotel or boarding house in which the proprietor has the right to refuse to accept a person as a guest, esp a person arriving by chance

  2. Australian and NZ a hotel not having a licence to sell alcoholic liquor

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How to use private hotel in a sentence

  • De Chaumont's manor was a wilderness fortress compared to this private hotel of an ancient family in the heart of Paris.

    Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
  • I am living in a little private hotel just across from the court house square with its scarlet geraniums and its pretty fountain.

  • And at the rear was what was termed by Mr. Gallagin, a "private hotel."

    John Marvel, Assistant | Thomas Nelson Page
  • I am living at a little private hotel just across from the court house square with its scarlet geraniums and its pretty fountain.

  • It's probably less than you would pay at a good private hotel—that's the advantage to you.

    An American Girl in London | Sara Jeannette Duncan