People think, why not move south, where amenities are in abundance?
The plane was overflowing with a cornucopia of luxury food and amenities, as if destined for Paris.
The amenities include a fitness room, a sauna, a beauty parlor, and a karaoke setup.
All of these amenities are, of course, in addition to the basic issue of getting there.
The amenities of urban life, restaurants, theaters, walk-able neighborhoods, bicycle lanes, attract the next generation.
To them the Americans seemed to lack a proper knowledge of the amenities of life.
These were the current amenities of his two friends since Dubuche had attended the School of Arts.
Their fever is fed for months and years by the discomforts and amenities of city life.
The elder Disraeli has a chapter on this subject in his amenities of Literature.
He talked of spring and flowers, quoted poets and added the treasures of a well-stored mind to the amenities of the day.
"creature comforts of a town, house, etc." 1908, plural of amenity. Latin amoena, plural of amoenus, also was used as a noun with a sense of "pleasant places."
late 14c., "quality of being pleasant or agreeable," from Old French amenite, from Latin amoenitatem (nominative amoenitas) "delightfulness, pleasantness," from amoenus "pleasant," perhaps related to amare "to love" (see Amy).