What is an explanation of Residential hotel?
It is an apartment building offering a 'maid service', dining room and meal service. Or, serviced apartments in which guests stay on a long term basis
A hotel provides fully furnished rooms with maid service, primarily for visitors staying for a short time. A residential hotel is more like an apartment. Basic furnishings and some maid service are usually provided to meet the particular needs of a guest, who will occupy the rooms as if they were a permanent residence.
No. The word residential is an adjective, which can describe a noun. No, the word 'residential' is an adjective, a word used to describe a noun (residential lease, residential area, residential care, etc.) The word 'residential' is the adjective form of the noun resident, a word for someone who lives somewhere on a long-term basis; a word for a medical graduate practicing under supervision in a hospital; a word for a person.