A vacancy is an empty space, or a place that's not being used. For example, a hotel that doesn't have any rooms available would be considered to have a vacancy.
A "no vacancy" sign is a way of informing people that the establishment bearing it has reached its capacity and no longer has any rooms for rent or lease. These signs are usually posted in front of hotels or motels, although they may be found at other places like boarding houses and storage facilities.
The song's lyrics portray the singer's previous loneliness and emotional fortification, comparing their heart to a castle that was once full but now has "no vacancy." The final chorus emphasizes the transformation they have undergone after finding someone who fills their heart and leaves them feeling complete and no longer empty.
"No Vacancy" is an inspiring and touching story about how faith can move mountains. I definitely shed a tear or two throughout the film as Director Art Ayris's screenplay encapsulates the challenge and power of trusting God in the darkest of times.
This is a must-see for all Christians who want to see the Lord work miracles through ordinary people. The movie is based on the true story of First Baptist Church in Leesburg, Florida, which purchased an adjacent run-down motel during the 2008 recession to be the hands and feet of Christ in its community. With a powerful message, a cast of recognizable faces (including Blade Runner's Sean Young and Lois & Clark's Dean Cain) and quality storytelling, No Vacancy is a movie you'll want to share with your family!