Definition of boutique hotel in English:

boutique hotel

Syllabification: bou·tique ho·tel

noun

A small stylish hotel, typically one situated in a fashionable urban location.
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  • Two years ago, it was sensitively converted into a stylish boutique hotel, with a two-storey wing of galleries, making it an ideal point of departure for an architectural pilgrimage.
  • Standing in the penthouse suite of the Sanderson Hotel, a Starck-designed boutique hotel in the heart of London, the designer is apologising profusely at being an hour late for the interview.
  • The boutique hotel is situated on the Wharf at Wooloomooloo, in the heart of a luxury marina, entertainment and apartment complex.

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