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To see a hotel in your dream represents your mindset being focused on having things done for you. It may also reflect your wish to always have something easy. Positively, a hotel points to automation or "smooth sailing." Feeling helped, supported, or encouraged. Supporting others through difficulties or helping someone by doing everything for them. Not minding being in a new or different situation that you are in because you aren't responsible for it. Affording to have other people look after you in a situation that is different than normal. Enjoying yourself the way you are without a problem. Having someone else deal with your problems because you said so.

Negatively, a hotel reflects using people or laziness. A sign that hard work, discipline, respect for others or adherence to principles are not a priority. Slacking off or letting other people do all your work for you. Alternatively, it may reflect your tendency to support others too much. Catering to someone else's every need in a manner that is excessive or doesn't allow them to learn to deal with their own problems. Feeling that someone is asking too much of you. Being used sexually and then discarded. Not liking catering to others needs.

To dream of a hotel on the beach may reflect your feelings about being financially broke or experiencing a difficult problem that requires you to allow friends or family to take care of you. Students or people with financial problems that require them to return home may dream of hotels on the beach.

Example: A man dreamed of being in the basement of a hotel. In waking life he was having second thoughts about tricking the government into give him a bigger refund after they scared him by questioning his tax return. The hotel basement represented the problems he was experiencing while talking to the government trying to get easy money through a refund falsely believing that the government catering to him would be easy.

Example 2: A man dreamed of being in a hotel. In waking life he was being shown how to use a complicated computer system by a friend so that he would understand every single thing required to run the computer perfectly. The hotel may have reflected his feelings about his need to learn about the computer being perfectly catered to.

Example 3: A woman dreamed of being in a luxurious hotel. In waking life she was getting an unusually high amount of love and support from her friends. She may have felt that it was very easy to have her friends cater to her needs.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of being in a hotel. In waking life she was becoming irritated by her son and husband using her to take care of them nonstop. In this case the hotel may have reflected her annoyance with herself being used to cater to others needs.

Example 5: A man dreamed of being in a hotel where people were rude to him. In waking life he was a regular user of a very helpful internet message forum and felt that some others users were being very rude to him. The hotel symbolism in this case may have reflected his feelings about expecting the message board he visited to cater to his needs by banning the users who were rude to him.

Example 6: A woman dreamed of being unable to lock a hotel door. In waking life she had been spending a lot of time with relatives in their homes and felt they were very disrespectful to her while she stayed with them. She felt she wasn't given any privacy or family support while staying in their home. She was having issues demanding respect or standing up for herself because she felt lucky to be staying in someone else's home. In this case the hotel may have reflected her aware of overstaying in a relative's home while expecting them to be good hosts.

Example 7: A man dreamed of being in a hotel room sitting on a bed with a man he needed to get off the bed. In waking life was having difficulty selling a family home due to an annoying family member refusing to leave it but didn't worry about the problems arising from it because he could else someone else in the family to deal with it. The hotel in this case may have reflected the man's feelings about needing to stay comfortable while dealing with a difficult family member that required asking someone else in the family to handle it.



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