Translation of minibar in Spanish:

minibar

minibar, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmɪniˌbɑr//ˈmɪnɪbɑː/

noun

  • 1

    minibar masculine
    • There's a soda machine instead of a minibar, and a kitchenette, not room service.
    • So Michael, he grabs a bottle of cheap champagne from the hotel minibar, rips off the foil and begins drinking right out of the bottle.
    • In-room options are limited to the crisps and noodles in the minibar, and the hotel has no restaurant.
    • Check the minibar when you first get into the room.
    • You've finished the last of the plonk in the wine rack, you've drunk the miniatures stolen from minibars and found at the bottom of your suitcase.
    • The company claims a long history of firsts, such as the first guest credit card, 24-hour room service, and even the first minibar at The Westin Ottawa in Canada.
    • But despite their rusticity, the huts are fitted with all things cosmopolitan - a western-style toilet, a 14-channel TV and fridge with a minibar.
    • Its dog and cat goodies are sold in 20,000 stores and hotel minibars in 18 countries.
    • Accommodation is in interconnecting rooms, kitted out with PlayStations, colouring books and minibars full of Ribena.
    • And you're never going to believe this: a free minibar in my hotel.
    • It has long been rumored in Sweden that when his self-discipline fails and he drinks an overpriced Coke out of a hotel minibar, he will go to a grocery store to buy a replacement.
    • Some people, residents and tourists, also raided hotel minibars and dragged away furniture.
    • Angel smiled, watching Lori get up and start searching around his room for the minibar.
    • There are locked minibars and safes provided in the modern and clean rooms.
    • I call hotel minibars the ‘tipsy tax’, because you'd have to be falling-down drunk to pay those prices!
    • There are coffee-and-tea making facilities, decently stocked and not outrageously priced minibars and safes; most rooms also have air-conditioning.
    • The Ritz-Carlton placed Vosges products in its minibars, and the Peninsula hotels put them on guests' pillows as part of the evening turn-down service.
    • We had no fewer than three minibars and full access to room service.
    • Our rooms feature 24-hour room service, voice mail, dataports, minibars, hair dryers, an iron, and pay to view movies.
    • Hot-off-the-printer news from home may soon become as commonplace as minibars at hotels around the world.