ac‧com‧mo‧da‧tion S2 W2
1 [uncountable] also accommodations American English
a place for someone to stay, live, or work:
The price for the holiday includes flights and accommodation.
living accommodations for the crews
travel and hotel accommodations
secure accommodation for young offenders
Universities have to provide student accommodation for first-year students.
2 [singular, uncountable] formal
an agreement between people or groups who have different views or opinions, that satisfies everyone:
We reached an accommodation between both parties.