Student or Learner
Merriam-Webster's dictionary gives two possibilities. You may put the stress on both the first or the second syllable, whereas a Cambbridge dictionary gives only one where the stress goes on the second syllable. Where do native speakers put the stress?
But when it's used with an adjectival function (what was called, in former times, a 'noun in apposition'), I put the stress on the first syllable: 'He's doing a course in HOtel management.'
When you become a guest in a hotel, you need to recognize that you are moving into a temporary communal living situation. Of course, you have your private room, but you are sill under one roof with others. You share some of the hotel's features with many other people. Therefore, the hotel has set up a few reasonable guidelines to maintain a cordial atmosphere and to avert utter confusion.