minibar

[min-ee-bahr]
noun
a small refrigerator, especially in a hotel room, stocked with liquor, nonalcoholic beverages, and snacks.
Also called servibar.
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minibar (ˈmɪnɪˌbɑː)
 
n
a selection of drinks and confectionery provided in a hotel bedroom and charged to the guest's bill if used

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Example sentences
At that point, the minibar's bag of chips or crisps or whatever they're called
  started to look awfully good.
Each is equipped with air conditioning, in-room media library, minibar and hair
  dryer.
Deluxe rooms also include a kitchenette, a lounging arm chair, and a minibar.
In-room amenities include daily turn-down service, minibar and safe-deposit box.
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