Keurig B130 K-Cup Hotel Room Brewer and Single Serve Coffee Maker
We've yet to see one of the Keurig B130 Hotel Room Single Serve Coffee makers, but we like the look. Often we get those nasty micro-pots of coffee in our hotel room, and we think this Keurig in-room system would be much much better.
The Keurig B130 uses the standard K-Cups found you use with your Keurig Elite B40 Brewer, Keurig B50, Keurig Special Edition Ultra Elite B60, and the Keurig B70 Brewer.
Here's all the juicy details on the Keurig B130:
Keurig's B130 Hotel Brewer offers exquisite, gourmet coffee quickly and safely, enhancing the in-room experience for hotel guests.
This compact, gourmet coffee brewer is a small 12 inches high and 7 inches wide and fits comfortably on any hotel room countertop, dresser, desk or nightstand. The sleek new design features black and silver which fits with virtually any hotel room decor.
The B130 is safe for hotel guests and lists easy-to-understand instructions prominently on the front of the brewer. The B130 safety features allow guests to brew a cup of coffee or tea only while a mug is present on the drip tray. For added hotel and guest safety, the brewer conveniently shuts off automatically after each brew.
Keurig brewed technology allows coffee and tea drinkers to choose from over 130 varieties of K-Cups from several coffee and tea roasters. The easy brewing of Keurig's patented K-Cup technology alleviates the mess and cleanup that can stain or dirty in-room decor and makes cleanup quicker and easier for hotel staff.
At Keurig Premium Coffee
Read More in: Keurig & K-Cups
Share this Article with others:
Came straight to this page? Visit Single Serve Coffee for all the latest news.
Posted by Jay Brewer at August 23, 2007 5:35 AM
Just wanted to know if you do any special deals for hotels and motels....I have a 58 unit motel and would like to put this machine in the rooms....do you have deals where you provide the machines as long as we buy product through you?...so you know anyone else that does this type of deal if you do not?
Thanks, Sanjay Kosmadia