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Do I write "check in to hotel" or "check into hotel"?
I understand "check in" is a phrasal verb.
Is "check into" also a phrasal verb? Or is the sentence now composed of just the verb "check", the preposition "into" and the noun "hotel"?
I need help understanding why one or the other is correct and the composition of the sentence. Thank you very much in advance.
Thanks for the info that they both mean the same thing. However, I'm still a bit concerned about using "check in" followed immediately by the preposition "to".
For example: I would like to check in to the hotel.
Is it acceptable or would it be more correct to write, "I would like to check into the hotel"?
Thanks in advance.
"Check in" is complete in itself. The hotel is implicit. "Check into", on the other hand, requires an object such as "a hotel" or "rehab" or whatever. I think that is what Rover was trying to tell you.