inn inn  /ˈɪn/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a hotel providing overnight lodging for travelers

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. The inn's Savor Sonoma Package, which includes a room and a six-course tasting menu, costs $229 for two guests.
  2. The inn's Savor Sonoma Package, which includes a room and a six-course tasting menu, costs $229 for two guests.
  3. One of them, Greyfield, was turned into an inn by some of Carnegie's descendants.

News

  1. Bank buys Inn at the Black Olive for $3.9 million

    Fells Point boutique hotel will stay open, managed by former owners The Inn at the Black Olive, a boutique hotel in Fells Point, was sold at auction for $3.9 million Thursday to mortgage holder First Mariner Bank.        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Baltimore Sun

  2. Holiday Inn Ronkonkoma converting to Clarion Hotel

    The Holiday Inn Ronkonkoma, located on the grounds of Long Island MacArthur Airport, will be converting to a Clarion on July 1.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Long Island Business News

  3. Inn and Spa at Loretto Celebrates Tradition with Santa Fe Opera Package

    Inn and Spa at Loretto celebrates a Santa Fe, New Mexico summer tradition by offering the Santa Fe Opera Package for guests to indulge in. This season special includes accommodations, a dining credit, and more. (PRWeb June 12, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/6/prweb10813056.htm
    on June 12, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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Quotes

  1. Hendrick says there simply is "no room at the inn" for Earnhardt.
    on May 20, 2007 By: Rick Hendrick Source: WXii 12.com

  2. "I don't anticipate stagflation," Bernanke said. "I don't think we're anywhere near the situation that prevailed inn the 1970s."
    on Feb 28, 2008 By: Ben Bernanke Source: ForexTV.com

  3. "I couldn't believe it hit right in the middle and just shot right out," Nady said. "It kept drifting. That's no excuse. It was still there right inn the middle of my glove. I've got to make that play."
    on Apr 7, 2007 By: Xavier Nady Source: Forbes

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