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Synonyms for balcony


upper circle


Words related to balcony

an upper floor projecting from the rear over the main floor in an auditorium

a platform projecting from the wall of a building and surrounded by a balustrade or railing or parapet

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"Some local councils will impose fines to those caught behaving irresponsibly on balconies or jumping from balconies into swimming pools."
Francisco Gene, director of the Menorca Binibeca Hotel, told, "TUI and Jet2 rules mean no British guests can stay in rooms with balconies that don't meet new height requirements.
Francisco Gene, director of the Menorca Binibeca Hotel, said TUI and Jet2 insisted on keeping Brits away from low balconies.
We work closely with hotel partners to ensure balconies meet recommended guidelines." A Jet2 Holidays spokesman in said: "We constantly review health and safety and balcony safety is very much part of that."
Storing inflammable objects, smoking cigarettes and shishas and grilling food in apartment balconies will lead to fires and will put lives in dangers, authorities have warned residents of Ajman.
"The work on the balconies is the culmination of six months' consultation with the residents which has helped build community spirit and boost their well-being," she said.
Holidaymakers are being urged to stop taking dangerous risks on hotel balconies.
Forty-seven per cent fell from windows and 44 per cent from balconies. The study said 27 per cent of the children climbed on furniture placed in a balcony or close to a window.
TRAVELLERS to Spain have been given an official warning after a string of incidents which have seen intoxicated people falling from balconies.
This 4,100 s/f, five bedroom, 4-bath trophy condo has three balconies and a 2,200 s/f landscaped roof deck.
Karen, a store worker, said all the balconies in the block were damp-proofed last year and she doesn't want to lose the "freedom" the extra space affords her.
Home owners and landlords are being forced to comply with new safety regulations following the alarming number of children that have fallen from balconies and windows in recent years.
It gets even more interesting when architects push the balconies outwards and inwards and locate them in corners.
The devices will be used in four concrete balconies, where they minimize thermal outflow and energy loss--contributing to energy savings, while providing occupants added thermal comfort for the residents.
The campaign was started after three British tourists died last year after falling from balconies.