An establishment that provides lodging for motorists in rooms usually having direct access to an open parking area. Also called motor court, motor lodge.(noun)
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Use "motel" in a sentence
"(Your motel is a bit cut off by a highway so walking isn't as easy an option for you.)"
"She dropped me off and I headed to check in into what I called a motel posing and costing like a hotel."
"Norman Bates, the proprietor of the motel, is the quintessential loner."