Definitions for "Hostel"
A residential home intended to accommodate people during a transition or through a crisis during which residents are expected to develop or show greater independence than residents in most residential homes. Hostels for young people were developed from the idea of the common lodging house around the beginning of the twentieth century to accommodate young people on probation or those leaving residential care to return to the community. They were developed for people with mental health problems in the 1960s and for adults on probation in the 1970s.
An inexpensive, usually supervised lodging primarily for young people.
An inexpensive, supervised lodging, particularly used by young people or elders.
a converted World War II outpost on a cliff overlooking the bay
A room that is built to a standard design to house a number of operators. The basic unit of capacity is the ‘equipment bay'. The standard unit of space in a hostel is a three rack bay which has a footprint of 1.8m x 0.8m and a total area (including circulation space) of 10m². In addition to the standard hostel, a ‘mini' hostel has been developed where fewer than four operators wish to co-locate at a particular site.
Keywords:  inn
An inn.
Keywords:  censorship, eli, brutal, roth, violence
Hostel (2006) is director Eli Roth's second feature film. The movie is rated R for brutal scenes of torture and violence, strong sexual content, language, and drug use. Due to the graphic nature of this film, its showing has been restricted in certain countries, primarily those with strict censorship policies.
Keywords:  georgian, lounge, kids, lots, football
a building with lots of rooms
a family-oriented place with lots of facilities for kids
a Georgian town house in the town centre that has facilities that include the usual kitchen and TV lounge plus a games room with pool tables and table football
a great place to meet people from other countries as well as the one a person is visiting
a place to sleep, but at The Generator this does not seem to be the case
a place where respect and consideration go along way
A small, unendowed college in Oxford or Cambridge.
a political, economic and social statement
Keywords:  residence, communal