Hotelier

The French regarded a hotel to be a building “seeing frequent visitors and providing care, rather than a place offering accommodation” (Wikipedia). Hotelier was derived from the term hotelier, which was the caretaker of a hostel. Hotelier refers to a manager or owner of a hotel. Originally hoteliers were innkeepers but as more affluent customers began to arrive, their tastes drove more extravagant amenities. This led to inns turning into hotels. Now there are over 21 million hotels worldwide (UN World Tourism Organization)

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