Definition of demi-pension in English:

demi-pension

noun

  • Hotel accommodations with bed, breakfast, and one main meal per day.

    • ‘Please note that during certain times of year, some hotels require the purchase of the demi-pension package.’
    • ‘The college's comprehensive fee covers the application fee, deposit, program tuition and studio art fee, housing, and meals (demi-pension) while classes are in session, and an activity deposit.’
    • ‘Participants will stay in student residence halls with demi-pension.’
    • ‘Rates start at about $74 per person double, including breakfast, and $92 per person for demi-pension.’
    • ‘Lodging with families in Versailles includes demi-pension (breakfast daily, and dinner five days a week).’

Origin

French, literally half board.

Pronunciation:

demi-pension

/ˌdemēˌpänˈsyôn/