n , accommodations (US)
(=place to stay) logement m
→ The government will provide temporary accommodation for up to three thousand people sleeping rough in London.
→ Prices start at £2,095 per person, including hotel accommodation.
→ What's the accommodation like?
He's found accommodation. Il a trouvé un logement., Il a trouvé à se loger.
"accommodation to let" (British) "appartement (or studio etc) à louer"
(=space) place f → Some trains carry bicycles, but accommodation is restricted so a reservation is essential. to have accommodation for ..., They have accommodation for 500. Ils peuvent recevoir 500 personnes., Il y a de la place pour 500 personnes. The hall has seating accommodation for 600. (British) La salle contient 600 places assises.
(=agreement) compromis m
→ His instinct would be to seek a new accommodation with the nationalists.
→ Religions, to survive, must make accommodations with the larger political structures that nurture them.
n séjour m à l'hôtel
→ Travel to Holland is by ferry and minicoach with 3-star hotel accommodation.
n (for one night)
nuit f d'hôtel , (for more than one night)
nuits fpl d'hôtel
→ Most airlines will also pay for overnight accommodation
→ He claimed £885 for train fares, taxis and overnight accommodation during four trips
→ Employers can reimburse staff for the cost of overnight accommodation
sheltered accommodation , sheltered housing
n (British, for the elderly) logement-foyer m , (for the disabled)
foyer m d'hébergement pour handicapés