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    Post check in to a hotel

    Dear teachers,

    I hear a teacher say 'when you check in to a hotel, your're there and you're letting them know that you would like to start staying there at that time'.

    I wonder if there's a difference between 'check in to a hotel' and 'check in at a hotel'?

    Thank you!

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    Re: check in to a hotel

    There is no difference, in my opinion.

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    #3

    Re: check in to a hotel

    There's no difference.

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    Re: check in to a hotel

    Thanks for your help!

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