Does this sentence mean they stay in the hotel, for example, during their trip or does it mean the hotel is their home?
Could be either, we don't have a special verb for 'staying in a hotel'. So the first interpretation would be that they stay there temporarily, not permanently.
Good to know, I wouldn't have guessed it. Thank you for your help again :)
Why is 'We live at a pretty fine hotel.' unacceptable? Are there special circumstances where 'bra' doesn't mean 'fine'?
Surely it’s not the volunteers’ job to think up every permutation of “good”.