She boasts 125 rooms, a heated indoor pool, sauna, Turkish bath, and solarium, as well as a lounge and piano bar.
One end and most of the front of the solarium had been covered before an exclamation from the Doctor halted the work.
Night was moving above her through the dome of the solarium.
As for how I entered the house, I leaped upon the porch and opened a door of the solarium.
The solarium was the external terraced portico, and this still remains.
When an upper apartment was carried out in stone it was described in deeds as solarium lapideum.
But Polly and Clive were in the solarium together all the time!
Since he slept under the sky, his sleeping-room was also a solarium.
Cicero having to mention a water-clock is obliged to call it a water sundial (solarium ex aqu).
A "solarium" is erected on this roof, to contain a tropical garden or to be used for dancing.
1891, "part of a house arranged to receive the sun's rays," earlier "sundial" (1842), from Latin solarium "sundial," also "a flat housetop," literally "that which is exposed to the sun," from sol "sun" (see sol).