Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who runs a hotel.
- Mr Paine was a hotelkeeper on a relatively modest scale.
- Just a month before the fixed deadline, hotelkeepers said that foreign tour operators had booked bedrooms in still-unfinished hotels.
- They rented a small house from the German hotelkeeper, beside the Augustinian priory and oldest church in North India.
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