minibar

noun
mini·​bar | \ ˈmi-nē-ˌbär How to pronounce minibar (audio) \

Definition of minibar

: a small refrigerator in a hotel room that is stocked with especially alcoholic beverages and snacks for guests

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Rooms are stunning and have every amenity luxury travelers expect, like Wifi, filtered water bottles, french press coffee, bathrobes, toiletries, and a minibar. Lindsay Silberman, Town & Country, "How to Plan a Safari in Kenya: A Beginner's Guide," 14 Nov. 2018 Amenities In the living room, a tall blue cabinet had a minibar stocked with snacks and drinks. Anja Mutic, New York Times, "On Croatia’s Coast, Stunning Pools and a Mediterranean Mood," 5 May 2018 Rooms feature simple, modern furnishings, air conditioning (which isn't guaranteed at hotels in this area), a TV, and a minibar with complimentary soft drinks. Laura Itzkowitz, Condé Nast Traveler, "5 Best Day Trips from Rome," 5 Mar. 2018 Seven Seas Voyager, Mariner, Explorer, and Navigator—indulge guests with all-inclusive features like unlimited shore excursions, open bars with premium wines (and in-room minibars), unlimited Wi-Fi, and dining in specialty restaurants. Condé Nast Traveler, "The Best Cruise Lines in the World: 2018 Readers' Choice Awards," 9 Oct. 2018 Raid the minibar and watch the sun set over the iconic white dome, then head downstairs for dinner at Esphahan. Fortune, "14 Perfect Date Night Ideas in Cities Around the World," 13 Feb. 2018 Rooms feature wooden flooring and fluffy white duvets and a minibar with all of its contents free, including fizzy sangria in a bottle. New York Times, "36 Hours in Seville," 14 June 2018 My minibar offerings included spicy ketchup chips —a supremely Canadian snack. Jim Byers, chicagotribune.com, "Toronto's hotel scene heats up with 4 exciting newcomers," 7 June 2018 The seats also have in-suite minibars, personal temperature zones and mood lighting, and a privacy hatch for meal service. Jaclyn Gallucci, Fortune, "How to Fly the Best First-Class Seats, Cheaper Than Economy," 27 Feb. 2018

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1971, in the meaning defined above

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minibar

noun

English Language Learners Definition of minibar

: a small refrigerator in a hotel room that has drinks inside it for guests

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