Je connais la spécialisation de "hotel management" aux universités, mais aux États-Unis, je n'ai jamais entendu parler de "hotel school". Je suppose que la signification de "hotel school" serait compris par la plupart des anglophones, mais cela leur sonnerait bizarre je pense. Est-ce que c'est comme une université ou plutôt comme une école technique?
In Switzerland we called them hotel schools. In the UK the subject is usually studied in a college or university. Usually the department of tourism and hotel (or hospitality) management or something like that
Another vote in agreement for using "college" instead of "school". However, now I'm curious--what exactly is studied here? To me, calling it "catering college" implies that one learns the business of catering (dealing with preparing and serving food on a large scale). Perhaps it's just an AE mindset, but calling it a "hotel college" would seem to include more aspects that one would deal with in hotel management.
...again though, anything I say is through an American perspective--a system which does not really have a separate institution from a college/university for teaching "hotel management".