n.— «They are called Manhattan beds-and-breakfasts, “notels,” unhosted apartments and short-term sublets. But at their heart, most are small co-op and condo apartments converted by their owners to de facto hotels. They are furnished meagerly and rented out for $100 to $400 a night.» —“Welcome, Shhhh…“ by Patrick O’Gilfoil Healy New York Times May 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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