curb appeal

French translation: aspect accueillant

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English term or phrase:curb appeal
French translation:aspect accueillant
Entered by: Beatrice Hercend

00:45 Aug 14, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: curb appeal
Curb appeal and friendly rooms are the best assets of our hotel brand.
Beatrice Hercend
Local time: 08:40
UN ASPECT ACCUEILLANT
Explanation:
This seems to refer to the impression the hotel makes when viewed from the curb, i.e. makes you want to come in,
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Louis RIOUAL
Local time: 14:40
Grading comment
Je crois que c'est ça, merci.
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Summary of answers provided
4soigneusement aménagé
riesberg (X)
naUN ASPECT ACCUEILLANT
Louis RIOUAL
naLimitation aux dépenses
Alain BERTRAND


  

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Limitation aux dépenses


Explanation:
I believe that this could be part of a presentation brochure or letter addressing some investors.

Alain BERTRAND
Local time: 17:40
PRO pts in pair: 18
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UN ASPECT ACCUEILLANT


Explanation:
This seems to refer to the impression the hotel makes when viewed from the curb, i.e. makes you want to come in,

Louis RIOUAL
Local time: 14:40
PRO pts in pair: 434
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Je crois que c'est ça, merci.
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soigneusement aménagé


Explanation:
I like the previous translation offered a lot. I would definitely use it is certain contexts. I also offer "soigneusement aménagé" which I have found to work in different contexts when they mean that it should be kept neat and clean looking. I would welcome comments on the term, though.

riesberg (X)
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