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  • n. Plural form of nonguest.

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Examples

  • He says the chain also is attracting occasional nonguests who come in to order a coffee or snack.

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  • And it's opening its elaborate pool area, featuring a "water elevator" ride, a rope swing and white-water rapids, to nonguests with a $580 one-day pass for two, including a private cabana, spa treatments and lunch.

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  • Kaniyu and Hatcho-no-yu both allow nonguests to bathe in their hot springs for 500 yen ($4.50) a person.

    Oku-Kinu

  • The Breakers Ocean Terrace at Pink Beach Club offers poolside and terrace dining with ocean views to guests and nonguests.

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  • Few hotels in town offer swimming pools - and those that do charge a premium to nonguests who wish to take a dip.

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  • For nonguests, getting to the most spectacular part of the building - the 26th-floor observation deck - is more difficult than it should be.

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  • A beachside hut rents snorkel gear to nonguests for $10.

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  • Some provide entrances for the public, while most of the rest will tolerate, if not welcome, nonguests traipsing through their lobbies.

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  • The beaches in front of many hotels may meet most of these criteria, but nonguests will find that spacious lawns and bathrooms are usually off-limits, or the beaches may have steep drop-offs or strong currents with no lifeguards on duty.

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  • And it's open to hotel guests and nonguests alike.

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