hospitality (Meaning)

Wordnet

hospitality (n)

kindness in welcoming guests or strangers

Webster

hospitality (n.)

The act or practice of one who is hospitable; reception and entertainment of strangers or guests without reward, or with kind and generous liberality.

Synonyms & Antonyms of hospitality

hospitality Sentence Examples

  1. The hotel's renowned hospitality extended a warm welcome to its esteemed guests.
  2. The airline offered exceptional hospitality, providing comfortable seats and attentive service.
  3. The resort's hospitality was unparalleled, catering to every guest's whim and desire.
  4. The city was known for its warm hospitality, with locals eagerly welcoming visitors.
  5. The hospitality industry was booming, as travelers sought out unforgettable experiences.
  6. The company placed a high value on hospitality, believing it was essential for building lasting relationships.
  7. The conference organizers ensured that attendees would be met with the utmost hospitality.
  8. The restaurant's hospitality made diners feel like they were at home.
  9. The cruise ship offered a luxurious level of hospitality, including a dedicated butler for each guest.
  10. The volunteer's unwavering hospitality made the community outreach program a resounding success.

FAQs About the word hospitality

kindness in welcoming guests or strangersThe act or practice of one who is hospitable; reception and entertainment of strangers or guests without reward, or wit

cordiality,generosity, kindness, friendliness, amiability, affability, civility, thoughtfulness, politeness, geniality

disrespect, audacity, surliness, impudence, vulgarity, discourtesy, impertinence, impertinence, unfriendliness, boorishness

The hotel's renowned hospitality extended a warm welcome to its esteemed guests.

The airline offered exceptional hospitality, providing comfortable seats and attentive service.

The resort's hospitality was unparalleled, catering to every guest's whim and desire.

The city was known for its warm hospitality, with locals eagerly welcoming visitors.