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half board

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Definition of half board in English:

noun

[mass noun] British
Provision of bed, breakfast, and one main meal at a hotel or guest house: guests on half board [as modifier]: half board prices
More example sentences
  • Prices, for three nights half board at the Hotel de Paris, including flights from the UK and helicopter transfers, start from £1,145.
  • It's better to get a hotel with half board - dinner included - than to search in vain for food in one of the trattorias scattered about.
  • Cost will be approximately 500 which will include travel expenses and four nights half board accommodation at three star and four star hotels.

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