Deutsch: Gast
Guest or The Guest may refer to a person who is given hospitality.

In the travel context, 'guest' refers to a person who is staying at a hotel, resort, or other lodging establishment. The term can also refer to a visitor or customer of a tourism-related service, such as a restaurant or tour operator.

Here are some examples of guests in the travel context:

  1. Hotel guests: These are travelers who are staying at a hotel or resort, either for business or leisure purposes.

  2. Cruise ship guests: These are travelers who are on board a cruise ship and are traveling to various destinations.

  3. Hostel guests: These are budget travelers who are staying in a hostel or other shared accommodation.

  4. Vacation rental guests: These are travelers who are renting a house or apartment for their vacation, often through platforms such as Airbnb or VRBO.

  5. Tour group guests: These are travelers who are part of a larger group tour, typically led by a tour operator.

Here are some similar things to 'guest' in the travel context:

  1. Visitor: This refers to anyone who is traveling to a destination or attraction, whether or not they are staying overnight.

  2. Customer: This refers to anyone who is using a tourism-related service, such as a restaurant or tour operator.

  3. Traveler: This refers to anyone who is traveling, whether for business or leisure purposes.

  4. Patron: This refers to someone who is a regular customer of a tourism-related service, such as a hotel or restaurant.

  5. Client: This refers to someone who has hired a travel agent or other service provider to plan their trip or itinerary.

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