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Don't forget to check out the views from the hotel? Does it make sense? I want to say this in an informal email. Is ' check out the views from ' fine ? Thank you
Oct 23, 2019 11:47 AM
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It makes sense and is natural. It assumes there are “views” of other things from the hotel. Use “views” if there are several different views, “view” if there is one noteworthy view from a single spot. Also, are the views available generally throughout the hotel, or in a specific part of the hotel? Don’t forget to check out the views from the hotel. (There are different views of other things from the hotel and it doesn’t need to be stated more specifically) Don’t forget to check out the hotel. (The hotel itself) Don’t forget to check out the view from the hotel restaurant on the top floor. Don’t forget to check out the views (of ....) from (various places in the hotel.)
October 23, 2019
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