Rooms

  • (noun): Apartment consisting of a series of connected rooms used as a living unit (as in a hotel).
    Synonyms: suite

Some articles on rooms, room:

Madonna Inn - History
... opened as a motel inn on December 1958 ... upon the completion of its first twelve rooms ... Demand was sufficient to expand to forty rooms in 1959, and the Inn facility was constructed in 1960 ... a year later, and by the end of the decade, all of the rooms had been rebuilt in the unique and ornate style they are known for today ...
Madonna Inn - Rooms
... Aiming to cater to a range of tastes, rooms were given unusual names such as the Yahoo, Love Nest, Old Mill, Kona Rock, Irish Hills, Cloud Nine, Just Heaven, Hearts ... Some rooms are grouped in themes ... For example, the rooms, "Ren", "Dez, and "Vous" are a play on the French word, rendezvous, and "Merry", "Go", and "Round", for an amusement park carousel ...
Disney's Port Orleans Resort - Resort Description
17, 1991 as Disney's Port Orleans Resort with 432 guest rooms in three guest buildings and expanded to its current 1,008 rooms in seven 3-story guest buildings containing 144 rooms each ... Disney transformed about a quarter of the 2,000 rooms in the "Riverside" section of Disney's Port Orleans Resort into "Royal Rooms." ...
MGM Grand Las Vegas - Hotel
... The hotel rooms are located in several buildings including The main hotel building, with 5,044 rooms (4,293 rooms and 751 suites) including the SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand with 51 ...
Knights Of Jazz - Specifications
19 Classrooms 5 Science Rooms 1 Music Room 2 Art Rooms 1 Library 2 Gymnasiums 2 Technology Rooms 1 Resource Room 2 Special Education 1 Family Studies Room 1 ...

Famous quotes containing the word rooms:

    Our treatment of both older people and children reflects the value we place on independence and autonomy. We do our best to make our children independent from birth. We leave them all alone in rooms with the lights out and tell them, “Go to sleep by yourselves.” And the old people we respect most are the ones who will fight for their independence, who would sooner starve to death than ask for help.
    Margaret Mead (1901–1978)

    In soliciting donations from his flock, a preacher may promise eternal life in a celestial city whose streets are paved with gold, and that’s none of the law’s business. But if he promises an annual free stay in a luxury hotel on Earth, he’d better have the rooms available.
    Unknown. Charlotte Observer (October 6, 1989)

    I was a closet pacifier advocate. So were most of my friends. Unknown to our mothers, we owned thirty or forty of those little suckers that were placed strategically around the house so a cry could be silenced in less than thirty seconds. Even though bottles were boiled, rooms disinfected, and germs fought one on one, no one seemed to care where the pacifier had been.
    Erma Bombeck (20th century)