Hostel: An inn is a tourist accommodation establishment of the hotel type, which offers travelers and tourists temporary accommodation, a hotel room, against payment. The innkeeper, sometimes called "albergeur", is the person who runs the establishment. Etymology: The "inn" is a word used to designate small hotels, often rural, offering catering. The word is mentioned for the first both in French in the form "aulberge" in 1477 and is ...
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