Does foxhole in a hotel mean a bar?

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  • 8 months ago

    sounds like it might be a type of Alcoholic drink.

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  • Bob
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    8 months ago

    No. Hotels that keep foxes need somewhere to put them, so they will usually have a room that is reserved for the foxes and not for normal guests. These rooms are known as foxholes in the industry.

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  • 8 months ago

    A foxhole could mean a place of refuge... perhaps one's hotel room in an unfriendly part of the world like Grand Junction, CO.

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