Cordial and generous reception of or disposition toward guests.(noun)
An instance of cordial and generous treatment of guests.(noun)
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Use "hospitality" in a sentence
"The "y'all come see me" kind of hospitality is an African tradition that they brought over."
"This kind of hospitality is infectious and makes traveling in Mexico a joy."
"(MCD) to Marriott (MAR) to Carnival (CCL) to Starwood (HOT) to MGM (MGM) and Las Vegas Sands (LVS) - basically what we call hospitality."