Definitions, Meanings, Synonyms, Examples and Famous Quotes of minibar in English
UK /ˈmɪn.i.bɑːr /
US /ˈmɪn.i.bɑːr /
A refrigerator in a hotel room containing a selection of refreshments that are charged for on the bill if used by the occupant.
A small fridge in a hotel bedroom, with drinks inside
Sideboard with compartments for holding bottles
Type of (3)
It's not just room service and minibar either.
Everything from breakfast to the minibar is included.
There's a kettle, but no minibar and no room service.
But we like the idea of the free minibar best.
In trains without dining cars the so-called minibar came into use.
Quotes and Sayings about "minibar"
"I was bored to death and thinking more about the minibar and the after-show party than the performance."
"A minibar is a machine that makes everything expensive. When I take something out of the minibar, I always fathom that I'll go and replace it before they check it off, but they make that stuff impossible to replace. I go to the store and ask, 'Do you have coke in a glass harmonica ...Do you have individually wrapped cashews'"
"What happens when it’s 2 a.m. and you’re alone in a hotel room with the devil’s minibar? Minibar – one; Marissa – zero."