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  • n. Plural form of kitchenette.

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Examples

  • It looks like everyone who sprinkler-speculated was right -- they have some installed, but not extensively; and the fact that there weren't any in the kitchenettes is unbelievable.

    April 26th, 2005

  • People used their own "kitchenettes" for breakfast and lunch, but there was a table-d'hôte arrangement for dinner on the ground floor; and after dinner bridge was played all evening, an attraction powerful with Fanny.

    The Magnificent Ambersons; illustrated by Arthur William Brown

  • And if space itself can be haunted, as memory is haunted, then some time, when the space that was Isabel's room came to be made into the small bedrooms and "kitchenettes" already designed as its destiny, that space might well be haunted and the new occupants come to feel that some seemingly causeless depression hung about it -- a wraith of the passion that filled it throughout the last night that George

    The Magnificent Ambersons

  • And if space itself can be haunted, as memory is haunted, then some time, when the space that was Isabel's room came to be made into the small bedrooms and "kitchenettes" already designed as its destiny, that space might well be haunted and the new occupants come to feel that some seemingly causeless depression hung about it -- a wraith of the passion that filled it throughout the last night that George Minafer spent there.

    The Magnificent Ambersons; illustrated by Arthur William Brown

  • "kitchenettes" for breakfast and lunch, but there was a table-d'hote arrangement for dinner on the ground floor; and after dinner bridge was played all evening, an attraction powerful with Fanny.

    The Magnificent Ambersons

  • I cant really fathom the size if it. would maybe 4 casitas (one with 2 or 3 bedroom with kitchen and bathroom and the others with one bedroom, banos and maybe their own kitchenettes fit) and/or a very tiny store with a tiny hotel (6-20 rooms) with small built in cafe or beach bar fit on it?

    buying/building in mexico

  • Extended-stay hotels differ from regular hotels in that their rooms typically are suites with kitchenettes, and they offer amenities for long-term stays such as washers and driers.

    Hyatt Signs Deal to Buy 24 Hotels

  • I don't think breakfast is included, but the rooms do have little kitchenettes.

    Newbie-where to stay

  • The rooms are equipped with kitchenettes, well-curated mini-bars and working gas fireplaces; some have patios or terraces.

    Potpourri-Free B&Bs

  • One reason for the lofty price in the Denihan deal: Affinia and Benjamin rooms are much larger than typical hotel rooms, at 350 square feet to 750 square feet, many including kitchenettes.

    New York Hotels Fetch Luxury Price

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