hotelier

[oh-tuhl-yey, hoht-l-eer]
noun
a manager or owner of a hotel or inn.

Origin:
1900–05; < French hôtelier; see hotel, -ier2

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hotelier (həʊˈtɛljeɪ)
 
n
an owner or manager of one or more hotels

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Example sentences
Although the hotel business tends to rise and fall in lockstep with the wider
  economy, not every hotelier is equally exposed.
He wasn't originally a hotelier but a film producer.
The meeting was held at the request of the local hotelier who is interested in
  providing overflow rooms to conference attendees.
The park also acts as a hotelier by renting campsites and vacation rentals
  year-round.
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