reception desk

  1. a counter (as in a hotel) where guests are received
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How To Use reception desk In A Sentence

  • A large pink panther, a yellow and green felt parrot hanging from the ceiling and a blue-and-white teddy greet visitors at the reception desk.
  • I'll meet you by the main reception desk.
  • Graham paid the taxi driver, who had helped to carry the suitcases into the foyer, then crossed to the reception desk to check in. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'
  • A note is usually made in the diary to this effect to remind the reception desk.
  • I'll meet you by the main reception desk.
  • It doubles as the reception desk as staff use their mobile phones to check you in and programme room keys. The Sun
  • The group leader came up to the reception desk looking anxious.
  • Seeing how the first option was probably just the product of wishing, I left my duffel bag to the bellboy, who seemed to be struggling to keep Gillian's bags on top of the cart, and marched over to the reception desk.
  • Usually, someone will greet you at a reception desk and show you where to go.
  • After announcing himself at the reception desk, James was led upstairs.
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