Hotels: 10 questions

  1. How much will it cost you in Monopoly if you land on Mayfair with a hotel?
  2. What is the name of the famous Singapore hotel which supposedly invented the Singapore Sling?
  3. Which hotel gave Wes Anderson the name of a 2014 comedy-drama starring Ralph Fiennes?
  4. At which hotel would the White Stripes be glad to see you later?
  5. Which famous novel, later made into a film, is set at the Overlook Hotel in the Colorado Rockies?
  6. Which Singapore hotel is famous for its large infinity pool, which connects the three towers of the hotel?
  7. As of 2020, three of the four largest hotels (in terms of number of rooms) in the world are in the same city. Which city?
  8. Room 215 of the Barons Hotel, Aleppo, was famous for being the abode of which writer while her archaeologist husband went on digs in the surrounding countryside?
  9. The Gleneagles Hotel in Torquay provided the inspiration for which British comedy series?
  10. Which US presidential candidate was assassinated in 1968 at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles?

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  1. How much will it cost you in Monopoly if you land on Mayfair with a hotel?
    A: 2000 pounds
  2. What is the name of the famous Singapore hotel which supposedly invented the Singapore Sling?
    A: The Raffles Hotel
  3. Which hotel gave Wes Anderson the name of a 2014 comedy-drama starring Ralph Fiennes?
    A: The Grand Budapest Hotel
  4. At which hotel would the White Stripes be glad to see you later?
    A: The Hotel Yorba
  5. Which famous novel, later made into a film, is set at the Overlook Hotel in the Colorado Rockies?
    A: The Shining
  6. Which Singapore hotel is famous for its large infinity pool, which connects the three towers of the hotel?
    A: Marina Bay Sands
  7. As of 2020, three of the four largest hotels (in terms of number of rooms) in the world are in the same city. Which city?
    A: Las Vegas
  8. Room 215 of the Barons Hotel, Aleppo, was famous for being the abode of which writer while her archaeologist husband went on digs in the surrounding countryside?
    A: Agatha Christie
  9. The Gleneagles Hotel in Torquay provided the inspiration for which British comedy series?
    A: Fawlty Towers
  10. Which US presidential candidate was assassinated in 1968 at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles?
    A: Robert Kennedy

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