- n. alternative spelling of chillout.
“Time to stroll around the grounds where corporate sponsors were peddling carnivalesque amusements: Rows of chill-out teepees, a strange cluster of bunk beds, Ferris wheel rides for charity and a psychic who would tell your fortune if you texted her a "yes" or "no" question.”
“Within easy reach of Leicester Square (and, for the more literary minded, the British Library), the hostel has a bar (to 2am), an internet café, chill-out room, games room and laundry facilities.”
“Ozzie beer, homemade burgers, televised sports and retro rock 'n' roll sounds provide the buzz, and even the hostel's chill-out room has a 24-hour bar.”
“Outside, tired feet can relax out on the terrace to chill-out sounds and admire stunning views of, erm, an industrial estate and Temple Meads station.”
“Fine & Country The property sit on a plot of 1.3 acres and the landscaped garden includes a chill-out zone with double connecting gazebos.”
“They're perfect chill-out, stress-relief games, and philosophically they're also very inspiring.”
“Portishead aren't quite upstaged at their own party; layering songs – once misconstrued as chill-out – with guitar squalls and industrial noise and doing full justice to their anguished back catalogue.”
“The bar/chill-out area features a live percussionist, and resident DJ Jim Round will be behind the decks, alongside Sandwave and Paul Phono, to present an eclectic mix of old-school funky house, electro and breaks.”
“Pillars is also home to an award-winning farm shop and a veggie cafe with a fantastic reputation as a chill-out coffee stop.”
“I never found that trapdoor, though I suspected it might be under a lamp in a chill-out room that had lots of cushions and coloured lights.”
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