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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100121: Hotel and Vocabulary
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    Hotel and Vocabulary

    Book a room

    - to reserve a room at a hotel

    Check in

    - to register at a hotel as a guest

    Check out

    - to return keys, to pay for the bill and depart from a hotel


    - the action of reserve a room at a hotel ( that will be kept for you to use it later )

    Wake-up call

    - a telephone call that you can request in order to wake you up at a specific time

    Room service

    - a service provided to hotel guests  in their room ( by which you can order meals or drinks...etc )

    Mini bar

    - a small refrigerator in a hotel room, it contains snacks, beverages, alcoholic drinks..etc

    Suite ( apartment )

    - luxury, connected rooms to be used together

    Single room

    - a room with a single bed that is large enough for one person to sleep in

    Double room

    - a room with a large bed or two beds, for two persons

    Bellboy, ( AmE ) bellhop, callboy, bellman )

    - a person employed in a hotel to carry guest's bags, to open doors etc.

    Vending machine

    - a machine that distributes goods such as food, cigarettes, sweets or drinks when inserting money

    Reception desk, Reception, Reception area, ( AmE) Front desk

    - a desk where hotel guests are received

    Fully booked

    - full, no rooms available,

    Charge per night

    - the total cost of the room for the night

    Vacancy ( plural vacancies )

    - an empty, unoccupied room that can be rented

    Youth hostel

    - an inexpensive place where mainly young people  stay for short periods


    - a hotel, usually with spaces for cars, which is placed by the side of a road

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    1. - Welcome to the Blue Star Hotel. How may I help you? - I'd like to for two people, for two nights.

    2. Do you have any rooms available for June 10th? I'd like to make a .

    3. We stayed in the comfortable, spacious, newly renovated for our wedding night.

    4. How much is the small bottle of liquor in the ?

    5. A room in which only one person should sleep - .

    6. When making a reservation at a hotel, Sue was asked if she'd prefer to stay in a single or .

    7. I need a room. What is the ?

    8. Carol paid the additional charges on a bill, and left the hotel.

    9. When Sam arrived at the hotel, the receptionist greeted him and .

    10. We are pleased to offer you full as a part of our package.

    11. When young persons travel, they often find cheaper accommodation in .

    12. After a very long drive, the driver checked into the cheap roadside .

    13. The hotel bar has just been closed. Let's buy an orange juice box from a . Have you got any coins?

    14. I'm afraid they're here because of the Trade Fair.We'll need to find another hotel.

    15. A nice took my suitcase with a smile and brought it to my room.

    16. We are fully booked and have no for the upcoming weekend.

    17. I'd like a for seven o'clock tomorrow.

    18. You'll have to check in at the .

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