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Hotel Room Mini Fridges
Hotel Mini Fridges
When the concept of providing in-room refrigerators was new, having one was a nice bonus for hotel guests. Nowadays, though, guests no longer consider a hotel room refrigerator a luxury. Instead, it’s something that they typically expect from a quality lodging facility. In-room appliances allow them to enjoy the comforts of home while traveling—whether for business or pleasure—and providing them will enhance your brand’s reputation and help to increase guest satisfaction. If you’re ready to discuss your needs or simply get answers to questions, please contact our expert team online or call (800) 359-6743.
Benefits of Hotel Mini Fridges
Hotel refrigerators provide benefits for guests and hotel management alike. From a guest’s perspective, this allows them to bring their own food, which is vital for people on a special diet while benefiting a much broader audience. Guests can store leftovers from a night out at a restaurant, have midnight snacks and drinks right at hand, and otherwise enjoy access to the hotel fridge. They can also store medications that need to be kept cool.
From the hotel’s vantage point, these mini fridges are cost effective solutions, more affordable than full size refrigerators. They’re space saving and, thanks to modern technologies, they operate in energy saving ways. Plus, they come in stylish designs, available in a variety of sizes, that can blend with any lodging room décor. Plus, they aren’t noisy like the earlier models.
Danby 9.2 cu. ft. Apartment Size Refrigerator
This apartment size hotel refrigerator has it all, including:
- Energy Star designation
- Environmentally friendly R600a refrigerant
- Clear vegetable crisper with a glass cover
- Convenient CanStor beverage dispenser
- Two adjustable glass shelves
- Three integrated door shelves
- Adjustable wire freezer shelf
- Stylish spotless-steel finish
- State of the art frost-free operating system
- Bright interior LED light to illuminate without adding heat
As far as size, it’s just under 60 inches in height, 24 inches in width—yet it provides 9.2 cubic feet in capacity and will serve as a real guest pleaser.
Danby Compact Refrigerator
If you’re looking for something much more compact, this hotel room refrigerator provides 2.3 cubic feet in space in a model that’s 25 1/16 inches tall; 18 11/16 inches wide; and 17 10/16 inches in depth, available in black or spotless steel. This model automatically defrosts for the ultimate convenience.
Danby Countertop Compact All Fridge
As another option, this countertop hotel fridge fits perfectly into cabinets, providing lodging guests with ample storage space (1.6 cubic feet) in truly space saving ways. The height is just under 20 inches with depth and width just under 18 inches, and this model has a smooth back design for an easy flush fit against walls. It features a CanStor beverage dispenser plus tall bottle storage space. From an energy standpoint, annual consumption is estimated at 245 kWh. This model is available in black or spotless steel.
Danby Silhouette Emmental 24” French Door Beverage Center
Our offerings go beyond in-room refrigerators, also offering hotel refrigeration options such as this beverage center. You can store wine and beverages simultaneously in frost-free luxury, thanks to this model’s fan-forced cooling assists.
MDM Lodging for Your Hotel Room Refrigerators
MDM is your one-stop shop for a comprehensive suite of hospitality solutions from trusted brands. We’ve been meeting the needs of hotels, motels, resorts, and other lodging facilities for decades now from start to finish. Our expert team is ready to discuss your needs for hotel refrigerators and recommend the best products for your budget. We also offer a full suite of complementary services with big buying power that allows you to receive the most competitive pricing available. To get started or find answers to your questions, please contact us online or call (800) 359-6742.
Hotel Room Fridge FAQs
Each hotel and chain can form their own policies about whether or not to charge guests for a mini fridge. In most cases, although not all, brands decide to offer hotel fridges for free to attract and please them. Others, though, may decide to charge a fee if the guest decides to use the hotel refrigerator. Still others may stock the hotel fridge with items and then charge the guests for food and drink consumed—or provide the initial consumables for free but charge if the refrigerator needs to be restocked. In short, this is a business decision for the hotel as they create a policy that makes sense for them economically while pleasing guests. Where MDM comes in: thanks to our big buying power, we can help your hotel, motel, or resort source the right hotel room refrigerators for your needs at competitive pricing. To discuss your needs, please contact us online or call (802) 578-1620.
Your facilities can determine the temperatures to maintain for the hotel mini fridges you offer guests. Keeping the temperatures between 33 and 38 degrees Fahrenheit (1 and 3 degrees Celsius) may be a common choice because that’s cold enough to help keep food safe, including leftovers brought back from restaurants, by slowing the growth of bacteria. Although this is likely cold enough for guests to store their medications, exceptions can exist.
Hotel refrigerators provided by MDM are energy efficient. As you browse the product selections on our site, you’ll see Energy-Star ratings, which indicate these models help to keep power bills to the minimum.
This means that you can locate the sweet spot between finding the right temperature to manage energy consumption and providing guests with the temperatures they need to safely keep food cold. When you contact us to discuss options, we can share the energy efficient features of our hotel room refrigerators.
This is a question you may commonly be asked when guests check in, and you can provide information to your front desk staff about the temperatures you keep for your hotel refrigerators. To follow the recommendations set forth by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, keep the refrigeration that you provide to guests at or below 40°F (4°C) and freezer temperatures at 0°F (-18°C). Then, share this information with your hotel team so they can reassure guests. When temperatures are this low, people can store food in the hotel fridges, including doggie bags and restaurant leftovers, at temperatures that slow the growth of any food-related bacteria.
Plus, choosing the right hotel mini fridges matter. At MDM, we provide ones that are Energy Star rated, energy efficient so that you can manage your power costs while still satisfying guests with refrigerators kept at cool enough temperatures. To find the right ones for your needs, please contact us to discuss options or call (802) 578-1620.