What is a lounge bar?
A place which serves beverages and little sandwiches. Sometimes there is a grand piano in such places, and as such it is called a piano bar. The pianist plays tunes by request for the enjoyment of guests. It is customary to give a dollar or two to the musician if he/she plays a tune you requested.
moreover, lounge is usually located in the hotel lobby or executive floors. offer a range of specialty teas and coffees. dessert trolley/pastry display is also a part of the display.
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Yes, the word 'lounge' is both a noun and a verb: The noun lounge is a word for a room in a house, a hotel, or a public building; a word for a cocktail bar; a word for a type of sofa; a word for a thing. The verb to lounge is to relax, perhaps in a rather lazy or negligent way; a word for an action. Example uses: We can meet in the lounge…
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How do you put "lounge" in a sentence? I(/He/They/She/The wizard/etc.) went to the lounge. I(/He/They/She/The wizard/etc.) out the (object) in the lounge. I(/He/They/She/The wizard/etc.) set the lounge on fire. Would you(/He/They/She/The wizard/etc.) like to go to the lounge? Meet me(/He/They/She/The wizard/etc.) in the lounge. There are also many other possibilities.