honesty bar


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honesty bar

n
an unattended area in a hotel, resort, etc, where patrons may serve themselves drinks and are expected to leave money to pay for them
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Skipper Caio Rinaldi, a charismatic Brazilian with years of experience captaining yachts in Asia and Europe, welcomes us with a briefing that starts with the important stuff - the honesty bar.
Also the well-stocked honesty bar for when staff aren't around.
Floor-to-ceiling windows bathe the rooms in natural light, and a sliding door invites you to get a whiff of the crisp sea air after a few too many glasses at the honesty bar.
It only provides a breakfast service, but that he could order a takeaway for him and the hotel operates an honesty bar so his son could get himself drinks.
There's a charming honesty bar specialising in British beverages and it was fun to remind myself of my days as Glasgow's most hapless bartender.
There was a pot of tea, Welsh cake, honesty bar, board games, shelves of thumbed books.
Guests are able to make use of a free shuttle back to Twr y Felin for the bar and restaurant (Penrhiw has an honesty bar and does breakfast but no evening meal).
Guests are able to make use of a free shuttle back to Twr y Felin for the bar and restaurant (Penrhiw has an honesty bar and does you have everything you need, but if you simply want to soak in the views from your room, you can.
Housed in a telephone box in the foyer, the honesty bar is one of the quirky touches that make a stay here so memorable.
With our stomachs full, we enjoyed another drink in the Honesty Bar - a small, unmanned bar on the first floor where guests can take their pick from soft drinks and alcoholic beverages, mark down their room number and what they had on a form and it gets charged to their room.