it's perhaps natural english to say 'at the hotel' rather than 'in the hotel' here...
Yes, you are alright
I accidentally said "Andi sleeps in a banana"
I need this to be in an actual exercise
Well that is an entirely different meabing altogether
Andi is sleeping in the / at the hotel.
I agree with comments above, 'Andi sleeps in the hotel', seems perfectly natural here
Andi sleeps AT the hotel is correct in American English. You would not say IN the hotel. What,. otherwise he's sleeping outside in the bushes???
Why, I type "Andi sleeps in the hotel" that's wrong. Are you okay? Are you fine? How are you? Please, fix this bug.
Andi is asleep at the hotel. Surely should be accepted?
Andi, Andy ...why not accept Andy
What is the difference between Andi sleeps in the hotel and Andi sleeps in a hotel?