lobby /ˈlɑːbi/
(noun) a large area inside the entrance of a public building where people can meet and wait
Example: The reception area was moved from the lobby of the building to the third floor

check in
check in /tʃek ɪn/
(phrasal verb) to go to a desk in a hotel, an airport, etc. and tell an official there that you have arrived
Example: Do you know your check-in time ?

housekeeper /ˈhaʊskiːpər/
(noun) a person, usually a woman, whose job is to manage the shopping, cooking, cleaning, etc. in a house or an institution
Example: Eloise's first job at the hotel was as a housekeeper and now she is the manager

rate /reɪt/
(noun) a measurement of the speed at which something happens
Example: The sign in the lobby lists the seasonal rates

reservation /ˌrezərˈveɪʃn/
(noun) an arrangement for a seat on a plane or train, a room in a hotel, etc. to be kept for you
Example: I know I made a reservation for tonight, but the hotel staff has no record of it in the system

swimming pool
swimming pool /ˈswɪmɪŋ puːl/
(noun) an area of water that has been created for people to swim in
Example: The swimming pool is my favorite place to come in the summer.

key /kiː/
(noun) a piece of metal with a special shape used for locking a door, starting a car, etc.
Example: She played a key role in the dispute.

reception /rɪˈsepʃn/
(noun) the area inside the entrance of a hotel, an office building, etc. where guests or visitors go first when they arrive
Example: the reception desk

bar /bɑːr/
(noun) a place where you can buy and drink alcoholic and other drinks
Example: We arranged to meet in a bar called the Flamingo.

elevator /ˈelɪveɪtər/
(noun) a machine that carries people or goods up and down to different levels in a building or a mine
Example: It's on the fifth floor, so we'd better take the elevator.

neat /niːt/
(adjective) tidy and in order; carefully done or arranged
Example: She kept her desk extremely neat.

hall /hɔːl/
(noun) a space or passage inside the entrance or front door of a building
Example: She ran into the hall and up the stairs.

guest /ɡest/
(noun) a person that you have invited to your house or to a particular event that you are paying for
Example: I have two guests coming to dinner tonight.

bedroom /ˈbedruːm/
(noun) a room for sleeping in
Example: They’re looking for a house with two bedrooms.

view /vjuː/
(noun) what you can see from a particular place or position, especially beautiful countryside
Example: There's a special area at the airport where you can view aircraft taking off and landing.

shower /ˈʃaʊər/
(noun) a piece of equipment producing a flow of water that you stand under to wash yourself; the small room or part of a room that contains a shower
Example: I've just got out of the shower.

book /bʊk/
(noun) a set of printed pages that are fastened inside a cover so that you can turn them and read them
Example: My book is thick. Your book is thin.

bathroom /ˈbæθruːm/
(noun) a room in which there is a bath, a washbasin and often a toilet
Example: Go and wash your hands in the bathroom.

safe /seɪf/
(adjective) protected from any danger, harm or loss
Example: In some cities you don't feel safe going out alone at night.

alarm /əˈlɑːrm/
(noun) a loud noise or a signal that warns people of danger or of a problem
Example: The captain knew there was an engine fault but didn't want to alarm the passengers.

bath /bæθ/
(noun) a large, long container that you put water in and then get into to wash your whole body
Example: I'm in the bath!

hotel /həʊˈtel/
(noun) a building where people stay, usually for a short time, paying for their rooms and meals
Example: I'll book a hotel for two nights.

lift /lɪft/
(verb) to raise somebody/something or be raised to a higher position or level
Example: He lifted his trophy over his head.

garage /ɡəˈrɑːʒ/
(noun) a building for keeping one or more cars or other vehicles in
Example: Did you shut the garage door?

animated /ˈænɪmeɪtɪd/
(adjective) full of interest and energy
Example: Sounds of animated conversation and laughter came from the next room.

receptionist /rɪˈsepʃənɪst/
(noun) a person whose job is to deal with people arriving at or phoning a hotel, an office building, a doctor’s surgery, etc.
Example: She is a hotel receptionist.

room service
room service /ruːm ˈsɜːrvɪs/
(noun) a service provided in a hotel, by which guests can order food and drink to be brought to their rooms
Example: This hotel is famous for its good room service.

vacancy /ˈveɪkənsi/
(noun) a job that is available for somebody to do
Example: Her going on maternity leave will create a temporary vacancy.

concierge /kəʊnˈsjerʒ/
(noun) a person, especially in France, who takes care of a building containing flats and checks people entering and leaving the building
Example: I am a concierge in York hotel.

doorman /ˈdɔːrmən/
(noun) a man, often in uniform, whose job is to stand at the entrance to a large building such as a hotel or a theatre, and open the door for visitors, find them taxis, etc.
Example: My son is a doorman of that hotel.

check out
check out /tʃek aʊt/
(phrasal verb) to be found to be true or acceptable after being examined
Example: When do you check out?