Hospitality vocabulary list pdf

Hospitality vocabulary list pdf


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Hotel industry

an inn
a B and B (Bed and Breakfast)
a bar
a boarding house, a guest house
a caterer
a coat hanger
a continental breakfast
a cupboard
a deposit
a guest
a heated swimming pool
a luxury hotel
a maid
a pillow
a pub
a receptionist
a resident
a safe
a single/double room
a tip
a towel
a twin-bedded room
a vacancy
a youth hostel
arrival date
available
bathroom
breakfast
check in
check out
closing time
departure date
dinner
dormitory
equipped with
fill in a form
full-board
half-board
honeymoon
included
linen
luggage
lunch
luxurious
no vacancies/fully booked
noisy, loud
open to the public
quiet
sheet
the hotel manager
the landlord
the reception desk
the room service
the staff
the staff
tip included

Catering / Restaurants

butter
a bun
a chef
marmelade
jam
cereals
a spoonful of sugar
crisp
crusty
sauerkraut
a veal cutlet
custard
a dessert
the first course
spices
sirloin
a sausage roll
French fries, chips
cheese
tinned fruit
gastronomy
a gourmet
a cake
an ice cream
a drop of milk
the starter
bacon and eggs
olive oil
margarine
honey
a sophisticated menu
noodles
wholesome food
nourishing
fried eggs
boiled eggs
hard-boiled eggs
poached eggs
scrambled eggs
an omelet(te)
meat pie
as a starter
of the best quality
a portion of
the main course
today’s special
a roll
mashed potatoes
gingerbread
a renowned restaurant
a five-star restaurant
a self-service restaurant
stew
refreshing
tasty
savoury
plain
a fruit salad
fillet
gravy
smoked salmon
tomato sauce
a slice of bread
toast
an apple pie
a variety of

DRINKS

alcoholic drinks
a bottle of champagne
a brand
a fruit juice
a mug
a pint
a soft drink
a sparkling wine
a squash
bottled water
brandy
fine wines
gin
liquor
port
sherry
sparkling mineral water
whisky

USEFUL VERBS

to be thirsty
to be starving
to book a room
to cater for
to enjoy one’s meal
to find accommodation
to foot the bill
to have a good appetite
to order
to pour a drink
to put up at a hotel
to stay overnight
to suggest

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