So, dear people, send me half a dozen guest rooms, if you please.
Let me know your friends, and then you shall be taken to the guest rooms.
The guest rooms are on an equally generous scale and so arranged that every one fronts on the sea.
When at home, I kept my guest rooms filled—often, in the horrid phrase, with "visitors of distinction."
In the night the nurse decided to wake the physician, who was dozing in one of the guest rooms.
And as time passed, these Guest Rooms, so greatly needed, proved not how much but how little we could do.
You could be born and baptized in the Guest Rooms, or shriven and sent thence in hope.
The winter that followed was a trying one, and the Guest Rooms were never empty.
It was not a light beating, and once or twice we had in the Guest Rooms nursed its victims back into some semblance of humanity.
Guest rooms should have shutters and dark shades for those who like to keep the morning sun out.