How to say for the time being, i intend to stay at a hotel. in Japanese

1)私(watashi) (pn,adj-no) i/meは(ha) (int) indicating a subject/yes/indeed/well/ha!/what?/huh?/sigh当分当分(toubun) (adv,n-t) for the present/currently/presently/at this time/for the next whileホテルホテル(hoteru) (n) hotel(prt) indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.いるつもりno dictionary result, likely a conjigated verbですです(desu) (aux) be/is/are。(。) Japanese period "."    
watashi ha toubun hoteru niirutsumoridesu 。
Grammer form丁寧語 (Polite form)Polite form (teineigo)
convays a sense of politeness, used when speaking to strangers, people older than you, higher social status ect.
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