room service

noun

Definition of room service

: service provided to hotel guests in their rooms also : the hotel department responsible for such service ordered a meal from room service

Examples of room service in a Sentence

He ordered a meal from room service.

Recent Examples on the Web

Inside the hotel rooms, visitors have access to 55-inch smart TVs, 24-hour room service and bathrooms with marble countertops. Dallas News, "'A resort in the middle of Arlington': Live! by Loews Hotel is ready for its debut," 22 Aug. 2019 And in the morning, guests were treated to a build-your-own breakfast taco room service. Danny Hermosillo, Houston Chronicle, "Taco Bell pop-up resort turns hotel in California desert into a 'tacoasis'," 13 Aug. 2019 And if that’s not enough, the room comes with a virtual personal assistant named Lucy, who can order you room service, control your thermostat, or give you dinner recommendations and then make reservations straight from your phone. Tanner Saunders, Sunset, "Richard Branson’s Virgin Hotels Is Finally Open in San Francisco," 22 Jan. 2018 The Giants were on the road, where most of a ballplayer’s time is typically spent at the ballpark, sleeping, grabbing room service and attending to their duties as commissioner of their fantasy league. Gary Peterson, The Mercury News, "Giants take on Pablo Sandoval’s flashy style for flight to Philadelphia," 29 July 2019 For a nightcap, Martin’s bar fits the bill and for an anytime nibble and nosh, room service is available 24/7. Melanie Reffes, USA TODAY, "After Hurricane Irma, St. Martin resorts have rebuilt to become bigger and better," 2 July 2019 Some of us spend a good portion of the day daydreaming about being anywhere that isn't here—especially when that anywhere comes with room service, sandy beaches, and vibrant sunsets. Elle Decor Editors, ELLE Decor, "7 Dreamy Memorial Day Getaway Hotels To Book Now," 13 May 2019 Editor’s Suite Choice: Unwind in the Deluxe Suites with en-suite bathrooms, stocked bar, and 24-hour room service. Danielle Pointdujour, Essence, "Nice and Slow: 3 Luxurious Train Journeys Everyone Should Take In Their Lifetime," 29 July 2019 Those who managed to book rooms can expect to eat a lot of hard-shell tacos, Crunchwraps and burritos over the weekend with room service, a poolside menu and something called a Freeze Lounge inspired by the brand’s Mountain Dew Baja Blast Freeze. Jenn Harris, latimes.com, "Taco Bell hotel reservations sell out in minutes," 28 June 2019

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1916, in the meaning defined above

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room service

noun

English Language Learners Definition of room service

: the service that is provided to hotel guests so that they can have food, drinks, etc., brought to their rooms

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