caravansary, caravanserai, khan, caravan_inn
Meaning: an inn in some eastern countries with a large courtyard that provides accommodation for caravans
Meaning: a title given to rulers or other important people in Asian countries
How about picking up a little treasure from the hoards of Solomon or Genghis Khan?
For this purpose he returned to the town and took a lodging in a khan, and disguised himself as a merchant in silks.
Being strangers, and somewhat overcome with wine, we are afraid of meeting that or some other watch, before we get home to our khan.
The African magician stayed no longer near the palace, nor cried any more, "New lamps for old ones," but made the best of his way to his khan.
On the very next day, the magician set out and travelled with the utmost haste to the capital of China, where, on his arrival, he took up his lodgings in a khan.
The next day the magician learnt, from the chief superintendent of the khan where he lodged, that Aladdin had gone on a hunting expedition, which was to last for eight days, of which only three had expired.
In the khan, to all the people aroused and pressing about them, they told their story; and through the town, and all the way back to the marah, they chanted the refrain of the angels, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good-will towards men!"