Hotel Quotes : Hotel Sayings

These hotel quotes will inspire you. A hotel is an establishment that provides lodging and usually meals, entertainment, and various personal services for the public or an establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging hotel quotes, hotel sayings, and hotel proverbs.

Best Hotel Quotes

  1. “Drinking beer is easy. Trashing your hotel room is easy. But being a Christian, that’s a tough call. That’s rebellion.” ~ Alice Cooper
  2. “I stayed in a really old hotel last night. They sent me a wake-up letter.” ~ Steven Wright
  3. “I’m so fast that last night I turned off the light switch in my hotel room and was in bed before the room was dark.” ~ Muhammad Ali

  4. “Of course great hotels have always been social ideas, flawless mirrors to the particular societies they service.” ~ Joan Didion
  5. “The great advantage of a hotel is that it is a refuge from home life.” ~ George Bernard Shaw
  6. “My daughter was asked by a little old lady in a London hotel restaurant what her daddy did. She answered, “He’s a pirate” – I was very proud of that answer.” ~ Johnny Depp

  7. “Do Not Disturb signs should be written in the language of the hotel maids.” ~ Tim Bedore
  8. “To put it rather bluntly, I am not the type who wants to go back to the land; I am the type who wants to go back to the hotel.” ~ Fran Lebowitz
  9. “People equate sexy with promiscuous. They think that because I’m shaped this way, I must be scandalous – like running around and bringing men into my hotel room. But it’s just the opposite.” ~ Jennifer Lopez

  10. “The hotel was once where things coalesced, where you could meet both townspeople and travelers. Not so in a motel. No matter how you build it, the motel remains the haunt of the quick and dirty, where the only locals are Chamber of Commerce boys every fourth Thursday. Who ever heard the returning traveler exclaim over one of the great motels of the world he stayed in? Motels can be big, but never grand.” ~ William Least Heat-Moon
  11. “The hotel was once where things coalesced, where you could meet both townspeople and travelers. Not so in a motel. No matter how you build it, the motel remains the haunt of the quick and dirty, where the only locals are Chamber of Commerce boys every fourth Thursday. Who ever heard the returning traveler exclaim over one of the great motels of the world he stayed in? Motels can be big, but never grand.” ~ William Least Heat-Moon
  12. “At my hotel room, my friend came over and asked to use the phone. I said Certainly. He said Do I need to dial 9 I say Yeah. Especially if it’s in the number. You can try four and five back to back real quick.” ~ Mitch Hedberg
  13. “There was a girl knocking on my hotel room door all night! Finally, I let her out.” ~ Henny Youngman

  14. “I’ve always thought a hotel ought to offer optional small animals. I mean a cat to sleep on your bed at night, or a dog of some kind to act pleased when you come in. You ever notice how a hotel room feels so lifeless?” ~ Anne Tyler
  15. “The gray-green stretch of sandy grass,Indefinitely desolate;A sea of lead, a sky of slate;Already autumn in the air, alas!One stark monotony of stone,The long hotel, acutely white,Against the after-sunset lightWithers gray-green, and takes the grass’s tone.” ~ Arthur Symons
  16. “Money doesn’t mean anything to me. I’ve made a lot of money, but I want to enjoy life and not stress myself building my bank account. I give lots away and live simply, mostly out of a suitcase in hotels. We all know that good health is much more important.” ~ Keanu Reeves
  17. “In a lot of ways, I envy someone like Omar Sharif who lived in a hotel for decades.” ~ Viggo Mortensen

  18. “Films and hotels have many aspects that are the same. For example, there is always a big vision, an idea.” ~ Francis Ford Coppola
  19. “I didn’t go around the world, I went around the world on a private jet. I didn’t have a hotel room, we had an entire floor. We were spoiled.” ~ Ricky Martin
  20. “I’ve stayed in so many hotel rooms that I’m shocked if, when I stay in a hotel room, the hotel phone isn’t on the desk. Then I’m like, “This isn’t a real hotel room.” If there’s not outlets next to the desk, or if they have an iPhone adapter for an iPhone 4, that’s when I’m sitting there annoyed. I understand that it’s ridiculous, but that’s just me spending way too much time in hotels.” ~ Jim Gaffigan
  21. “The idea to make hotel reviews the form of the novel came first. So I just started writing hotel reviews and tried to come up with a consistent voice.” ~ Rick Moody
  22. “I read about this hotel that was great, down in the south of the island, not in a touristy area. I had no particular desire ever to go to Jamaica, but I thought, what the hell? Sounds nice. Let’s go!” ~ Jeremy Northam
  23. “The internet in hotels should be free – and I really resent it when they charge you five dollars for a bottle of water beside your bed.” ~ Francis Ford Coppola

  24. “I like to stay in a hotel where it’s a dome of silence. I can sit in my room and do nothing.” ~ Jim Gaffigan
  25. “Everybody is corrupted by hotel rooms. You can’t help it. It’s the only place in the world where you walk in and the first think you do is steal everything before you take your coat off.” ~ Dylan Moran
  26. “You may not know it but I’m no good at coping with all the attention in the luxury hotels I sometimes find myself in.” ~ Paul Theroux , Luxury hotel quotes
  27. “Just when did I get to the point when staying at a hotel wasn’t fun?” ~ Ira Glass

  28. “I need something truly beautiful to look at in hotel rooms.” ~ Vivien Leigh
  29. “That’s something that I learned when I was homeless. Hotels are awesome because they are going to let you in and you can use the bathroom and when you’re young and pretty you can probably use the pool. Somebody might by you a drink.” ~ Lori Petty
  30. “I never eat where the hotel recommends. I do my own research and then try the most highly rated options.” ~ L’Wren Scott
  31. “To me, when you’re at a hotel and your home environment is ultimately dictated by somebody else, I always find that a little bit oppressive and scary in a way.” ~ Matt Bomer

  32. “We spent the first night of our honeymoon in a country hotel, with Tudor architecture oak beams, and floors which sloped, of the Queen-Elizabeth-Slept-Here variety. There were old tennis-courts – the Tudor kind where Henry VIII was said to have played; and gardens filled with winter heather, jasmine and yellow chrysanthemums. […] So that first night together was spent in the ancient bedroom with the tiny leaded paned windows, through which shafts of moonlight touched the room with a dreamlike radiance […]” ~ Jean Plaidy
  33. “Let us go then, you and I, When the evening is spread out against the sky Like a patient etherised upon a table; Let us go, through certain half-deserted streets, The muttering retreats 5 Of restless nights in one-night cheap hotels And sawdust restaurants with oyster-shells: Streets that follow like a tedious argument Of insidious intent To lead you to an overwhelming question … 10 Oh, do not ask, “What is it?” Let us go and make our visit. In the room the women come and go Talking of Michelangelo.” ~ T. S. Eliot
  34. “It was the single best sexual encounter I’ve ever had. We were in the Soho Grand Hotel, and there was a mirror, and I was like, ‘Oh my God, you’re banging the girl of your dreams and you’re watching it right now.'” ~ Pete Wentz
  35. “I’m very strict with my packing and have everything in its right place. I never change a rule. I hardly use anything in the hotel room. I wheel my own wardrobe in and that’s it.” ~ Charlie Watts

  36. “Many of my favourite hotels are in London. I like the Covent Garden Hotel and I stayed at Blakes last time I was in London. I like the feeling of warmth and homeliness that you get from both of those places.” ~ Diego Luna
  37. “If Trump was just a piddly-ass little hotel owner some place, having the kind of character and manners that he has, he would not be worth our notice. But because he’s now been based to this huge stage, then his dimensions become immense. He’s not a tragic figure because he doesn’t have the capacity to be tragic. But the consequences of his life and his self now are immense; they’re threatening to the world and to the sanctity of human life.” ~ Richard Ford
  38. “Twenty years ago, you’d see guys busting rackets in locker rooms. Today they do it in their hotel rooms.” ~ Brad Gilbert
  39. “I can still smell the tear gas in the Hilton Hotel.” ~ Eugene McCarthy

  40. “And it’s tough traveling. You know, the hotels and the airports and all that. That part, eating and getting around to the hotel room and then going on.” ~ Harvey Korman
  41. “Like all New York hotel lady cashiers she had red hair and had been disappointed in her first husband.” ~ Al Capp
  42. “Hotel tea is when you have to mix together a plastic envelope containing too much sugar, a small plastic pot of something which is not milk but has curdled anyway, and a thin brown packet seemingly containing the ashes of a cremated mole.” ~ Frank Muir
  43. “You’re at the hotel and after that you go to the venue and sit there and wait.” ~ Dave Lombardo

  44. “You don’t need Tom Wolfe to tell you that the Buckhead section of Atlanta is the jewel of the city, an area of gracious homes, elegant hotels and shopping centers, as well as some of the best restaurants.” ~ Florence Fabricant
  45. “To put someone in jail for using drugs in the privacy of his hotel room is just barbaric.” ~ Danny Sugerman
  46. “Heaven is totally overrated. It seems boring. Clouds, listening to people play the harp. It should be somewhere you can’t wait to go, like a luxury hotel. Maybe blue skies and soft music were enough to keep people in line in the 17th century, but heaven has to step it up a bit. They’re basically getting by because they only have to be better than hell.” ~ Joel Stein
  47. “And if California slides into the ocean, as the mystics and statistics say it will, I predict this hotel will be standing until I’ve paid my bill.” ~ Warren Zevon

  48. “My work has been about making a record of my life that no one can revise. I photograph myself in times of trouble or change in order to find the ground to stand on in the change. I was coming out of a melancholic phase. This was taken when I was traveling extensively, on the road from hotel to hotel. You get displaced, and then taking self-portraits becomes a way of hanging on to yourself.” ~ Nan Goldin
  49. “Every job has its downside. For example, being in a band the travel part of it – getting picked up from your house in a car, going to the airport, getting on a plane, going from the airplane to a van, then going from the van to a hotel.” ~ Dave Lombardo
  50. “The American dream is about achieving happiness. When you become a fire fighter, a police officer or a teacher or a nurse, you know you’re not going to become a billionaire. And what my parents achieved working as a bartender and a maid at a hotel after arriving here with nothing, no education, no money. The first words my dad learned in English where I’m looking for a job.You know what my parents achieved? They owned a home in a safe and stable neighborhood. They retired with dignity and they left all four of their children better off than themselves.” ~ Marco Rubio
  51. “When I was on my own in a hotel room in Romania, I had the imagination to keep myself occupied.” ~ Rhona Mitra

  52. “Conservatism means re-embracing true free enterprise. True free enterprise, which I believe and not because my parents were wealthy, not because I inherited millions of dollars because I did not, but because as I walked on to the stage here today, I walked through the kitchen of this hotel and I met people and shook the hands of people who are doing the jobs my parents once did.” ~ Marco Rubio
  53. “Indonesia is now undeniably a ruined country. It has sunk to the level of sub-Saharan African nations. It has malls and luxury hotels in several cities, but in between them it is an absolute nightmare, with all the basic services either missing, or on a totally inadequate level.” ~ Andre Vltchek
  54. “I feel like I’ve spent the last five years of my life on the road. It hasn’t affected my songs but it’s probably affected everything else about me. Obviously, the more you travel, the wilder the things that keep happening to you, the more likely it is you’ll get complete strangers knocking on your hotel room door.” ~ Nick Cave
  55. “What happens when it’s 2 a.m. and you’re alone in a hotel room with the devil’s minibar? Minibar – one; Marissa – zero.” ~ Marissa Jaret Winokur

  56. “It’s so Canada. On some level, you laugh, but on another level, it’s just depressing. We pride ourselves: We’re not like the bad old U.S. where they had segregation, whites-only washrooms and hotels. We think we were the capital of the Underground Railroad, we were the place to where the slaves escaped, we were a much better country. But in fact, some of the black people in Canada at the time said, ‘It’s actually much easier in the United States because you know which hotels, restaurants, theatres won’t let you in because the signs are there. In Canada, you never know.'” ~ Constance Backhouse
  57. “I think we always think of the camera – your eye, the first reveal. You know, you have to have that impact whether you walk into a house, you walk into a restaurant, you walk into a hotel; that first powerful impact establishing shot.” ~ Robin Standefer
  58. “During sex, my girlfriend always wants to talk to me… Just the other night she called me from a hotel.” ~ Rodney Dangerfield
  59. “The first White House Correspondents’ Dinner that we went to as a cast of the West Wing , Barack Obama wanted to meet us beforehand. We were all in this room at the hotel and when the President came in, Martin bowed. Like, a royal bow to the President. And the President did the same thing back to him! It was one of the coolest moments ever to see the President, the leader of the free world, come in and bow right back to Martin Sheen with a big smile.” ~ Dule Hill
  60. “Always take earplugs and an eye mask. It doesn’t matter where you are. Even if you’re in the best hotel, if there’s road works outside, then you’re screwed. So I take earplugs and an eye mask with me wherever I go.” ~ Tamsin Egerton
  61. “I sat around in a hotel room in London for about a month, locked myself away, formed a little diary and experimented with voices – it was important to try to find a somewhat iconic voice and laugh. I ended up landing more in the realm of a psychopath – someone with very little to no conscience towards his acts.” ~ Heath Ledger
  62. “I dont have a place that I call home at the moment because theres no point. I mean, Im a traveling circus for a while. Its weird. Like, if I wanted to go home, theres nowhere to go. I just go to a hotel. But Ive kind of gotten used to it.” ~ Idris Elba

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