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- adj. Resembling or characteristic of a hotel.
In France, by contrast, citizens aren't billed at all for the night in the delivery room or the additional three nights in a small hotellike room (where fathers can sometimes sleep on a mattress on the floor).
He described the Chabad House as an outreach and education center, a hotellike facility that served as a "home away from home" for Jewish travelers and Israeli businessmen.
What sets it apart from its neighbors in Cape May's historic district is the second half of the name: Expect hotellike perks such as room service and nightly turndown, valet parking, and a staff who'll gladly schlep your luggage upstairs or tote your cooler down to the ocean a half block away (chairs and beach towels are provided, too).