Definitions for "amenities"
features that make one comfortable or increase the attractiveness or value of a piece of real estate or geographic location
The attractiveness and value of real estate or of a residential structure. Examples: Swimming Pool, Spa etc.
Those settings or improvements to property or neighborhood that increase the desirability or enjoyment of the residents: for example, parks, community centers, sports fields, etc. Amenities are not necessities.
things that make you comfortable and at ease.
Extra conveniences such as stores, malls, transit, parking, restaurants, theaters, service outlets, needed from day to day as well as common areas exclusive to owners.
Items or services conducive to material comfort or convenience.
Amenities means services such as meals, housekeeping, transportation, and grocery shopping that do not involve hands-on personal care.
These may be within the home, in which case they refer to baths, toilets (w.c.'s), hot water etc., or outside people's homes in which case they would include parks, shops, public transport provision, etc.
Amenities include central heating, bath/shower and toilet.
facilities provided for the welfare or personal hygiene needs of people. It includes toilets, rest rooms, shelter sheds, provision of drinking water, etc. For more information, see Chapter 2 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation 2001 ( OHS Regulation 2001), Code of Practice: Workplace Amenities and Code of Practice: Amenities for Construction Work.
Qualities that increase the value of real estate, such as a beautiful view or a refined social environment.
Services and extras offered by a travel supplier.