Forget the soda and peanuts. What kind of experience can you pull out of the minibar?
Is the minibar on the way to joining room keys in the Museum of Hotel Artifacts? The New York Times thinks so, along with closets and desks. Not so fast, says GQ magazine, which says they’re becoming tiny destination bars that can serve you in your bathrobe.
If the minibar is to stage a comeback, it’s definitely got to get past the stereotype of the tiny refrigerator where you’ll find exorbitantly priced international symbols like Coca Cola and Budweiser stashed to slake your thirst.Read More