Residence Inn Breakfast: What’s in Store for You? (Hours & Menu Options)

Are you considering a stay at the Residence Inn and curious about the breakfast arrangements? You may be wondering what to anticipate.

Will it be a grand feast that fills you with delight, leaving you gleefully strolling down the hallway with a contented stomach? Or should you brace yourself for a disappointing start to your day?

In this exploration of the breakfast experience, I will share everything you need to be aware of regarding breakfast at the Residence Inn. I’ll cover the different types of menu options and also go into details on the hours as well.

Is the Residence Inn breakfast free?

Yes, the Residence Inn breakfast is included in the cost of your room, so you don’t have to pay extra for it.

Related: What Hotels Have Free Breakfast?

What to expect with a Residence Inn breakfast

You’ll be pleased to know that Residence Inn properties often offer a breakfast spread that goes beyond the basics of a simple continental breakfast.

A typical Residence Inn breakfast is buffet-style, allowing you to savor a range of offerings.

Residence Inn properties usually provide a comfortable and inviting breakfast area where you can enjoy your meal.

Some locations may offer spacious dining areas with cozy seating arrangements, including TV screens so you can catch up on the latest news or weather forecast in the morning as you prepare for the day.

If you don’t want to eat breakfast out with everybody else, or you are struggling to find an open table you can always take your meal up to your room.

Residence Inn breakfast dining area

What will be included?

At a Residence Inn, you can usually find an assortment of both cold and hot breakfast options.

For the cold options, you can expect a selection of bagels, croissants, and muffins/pastries. The specific types of pastries may vary depending on the property. Don’t expect highest quality in the world but sometimes you can get by with some decent options.

Residence Inn breakfast pastries
Residence Inn breakfast breads
Residence Inn breakfast muffins

Condiments such as jelly and different butter options will be available for your bread. To toast your bread or bagel, a 4-slotted toaster should be provided for your convenience.

Residence Inn breakfast toaster

In addition, you’ll likely find a range of cereals like Cheerios, Froot Loops, Rice Krispies, and other popular choices such as Frosted Flakes.

Residence Inn breakfast cereal

The cereal can come in different forms including individual boxes, individual sealed plastic bowls, and from the dispensers. Sometimes the Residence Inn might even switch up how they offer the cereal every few days. And you usually have a choice of skim milk or whole milk for your cereal.

Residence Inn breakfast  milk

You can also enjoy yogurt and possibly some fresh fruit like oranges and bananas. However, the quality and variety of fruit may vary.

Oatmeal is another staple you can expect to find. This may come in a large container or an individual packs such as apple cinnamon and plain. Often times, you have a lot of condiments to choose from, which could be things like brown sugar, nuts, and chocolate chips.

Residence Inn breakfast oatmeal

Moving on to the hot items, you may find traditional breakfast options such as scrambled eggs, potatoes (hash browns, tater tots, home fries, etc.), and proteins like sausage, bacon (US or Canadian). There may also be a container with French toast, French toast sticks, or mini pancakes.

Residence Inn breakfast eggs

In terms of the quality of the eggs, they are pretty much your standard bulk-made scrambled eggs but not those terrible, inedible eggs you may have encountered at cheaper properties.

Sometimes the Residence Inn switches up how they serve their eggs but I’ve seen some that simply serve basically the same scrambled eggs every morning. If you’re on an extended-stay, this can start to go old really fast so it helps if you get creative.

For one, always look for some salsa or picante sauce to spice up your eggs a little bit. Throw on some shredded cheese if it’s there and salt and pepper as all of that will help give you some unique flavor.

You can also turn to the breads to make things better. Try to make your own egg sandwich with some of the bread selections and you likely won’t be disappointed.

Some hotels will switch the type of sausage they serve and rotate bacon, pork sausage, and turkey sausage patties or links throughout the week. But I’ve seen some properties that simply randomly alternate this so it makes it really difficult to predict what will be down there in the next morning.

Residence Inn breakfast bacon

Typically, a potato dish is commonly included. You can expect choices like hashbrowns or house fries, among others, although there may be occasions when no potato dishes are available.

Residence Inn breakfast  potatoes

You can expect to find biscuits and gravy on certain days. For example, they may be available every Saturday offering you a nice country-style breakfast option. Some properties may do something special like offer omelettes, breakfast burritos, croissant sandwiches, or other special items but that’s never a given.

One of the perks of staying at the Residence Inn is that sometimes you can have a waffle or pancake maker to enjoy your own fluffy creation. Butter and syrup will also be available.

Residence Inn breakfast waffle maker

Always make sure to spray down the waffle maker before using it to prevent your batter from sticking (assuming they offer you that option, of course)!

When it comes to the beverages available at the Residence Inn, rest assured that you’ll have a diverse selection to satisfy your morning thirst. You can indulge in freshly brewed coffee, tea, and the refreshing flavors of a variety of juices.

Orange juice is pretty much a given but you also may be able to choose from other types like a cranberry juice and apple juice. Sometimes, a juice may go out and not be replaced for quite a while.

Coffee lovers will be delighted to discover a choice of regular and decaffeinated options, and there might even be a variety of roasts available, ranging from light to dark. All the cream and sugar you require will be conveniently placed next to the coffee canisters, ensuring you have everything you need to personalize your favorite cup of coffee.

It could be just bad luck but the Residence Inn hotels that I’ve stayed in have not had the best tea selection. Often, you can find a wide variety of tea flavors down in the breakfast area at a hotel but at the Residence Inn this has not been the case in my experience.

Sometimes extended-stay properties get busier quicker for breakfast.

I think it may have to do with the routine people get into at extended stays where they get ready for breakfast quicker or perhaps the business workers travelers who are staying there that need an early start. But just be prepared for the breakfast area to get busy in a hurry at some locations.

The good news is that there will be a staff member there to make sure the breakfast area remains kept well.

A good Residence Inn will have someone constantly replenishing all of the items so that you’re never left hanging or dealing with things like overflowing trash cans. Sometimes there is also a tip a jar for them which you can use to show your appreciation.

Departures from the standard

It’s always possible that a Residence Inn property will depart from the ideal breakfast experience. For example, they may have limited hot items during the week or offer grab and go options.

Lots of these instances have been due to the pandemic as some properties have not fully adjusted back to normal.

For that reason, if you are going to settle down at a Residence Inn for a while, it might be a good idea to call ahead and ask about the breakfast options.

Residence Inn breakfast hours

As for the Residence Inn breakfast hours, typically breakfast will begin at 6 AM or 6:30 AM on a weekday and last until 9 AM or 9:30 AM.

On weekends, breakfast usually begins a little bit later such as about 30 minutes later and remains open until about 9:30 AM or 10 AM. (On occasion you’ll find a property where are the hours remain the same during the weekday and on the weekends.)

To give you a sense of some real world breakfast hours at the Residence Inn, we’ve supplied the breakfast hours for various properties across the country below.

Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Times Square6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Midtown East6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Central Park6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Weehawken Port Imperial6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn New York Downtown Manhattan/World Trade Center Area6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn New York Downtown Manhattan/Financial District6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Jersey City6:00am – 10:00am6:30am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Secaucus Meadowlands6:00am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn New York JFK Airport6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Los Angeles L.A. LIVE6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Los Angeles Glendale6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Los Angeles Pasadena/Old Town6:00am – 9:00am6:30am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Beverly Hills6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Los Angeles Burbank/Downtown6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Los Angeles LAX/Century Boulevard6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Los Angeles LAX/El Segundo6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Los Angeles Redondo Beach6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Marina del Rey6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Los Angeles LAX/Manhattan Beach6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Chicago Downtown/Loop6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Chicago Downtown/River North6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Chicago Midway Airport6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Chicago Wilmette/Skokie6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Chicago Oak Brook6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Chicago O’Hare6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Houston Downtown/Convention Center6:00am – 9:30am7:30am – 10:30am
Residence Inn Houston-West University6:30am – 9:30am7:30am – 10:30am
Residence Inn Houston Medical Center/NRG Park6:00am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Houston by The Galleria6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Houston Westchase on Westheimer6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Houston West/Beltway 8 at Clay Road6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Houston Pasadena6:00am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Houston West/Energy Corridor6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Houston Sugar Land/Stafford6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Houston Northwest/Willowbrook6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Phoenix Downtown6:00am – 9:00am6:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Phoenix Airport6:00am – 10:00am6:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Tempe Downtown/University6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Scottsdale Salt River6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Phoenix Glendale Sports & Entertainment District6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Phoenix West/Avondale6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Phoenix Mesa6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Phoenix Chandler/Fashion Center6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Scottsdale North6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Phoenix Glendale/Peoria6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Philadelphia Center City6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Philadelphia Bala Cynwyd6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Philadelphia Airport6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Deptford6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Cherry Hill Philadelphia6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Philadelphia Conshohocken6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Mt. Laurel at Bishop’s Gate6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Philadelphia Willow Grove6:30am – 9:00am6:30am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Philadelphia Montgomeryville6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn San Antonio Downtown/Market Square6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn San Antonio Airport/Alamo Heights6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn San Antonio SeaWorld®/Lackland6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn San Antonio North/Stone Oak6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn San Antonio Six Flags® at The RIM6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn San Marcos6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn San Diego Downtown/Gaslamp Quarter6:00am – 9:00am6:00am – 9:00am
Residence Inn San Diego Downtown/Bayfront6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn San Diego Downtown6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn San Diego La Jolla6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn San Diego Chula Vista6:30am – 9:00am6:30am – 9:30am
Residence Inn San Diego Sorrento Mesa/Sorrento Valley6:30am – 9:30am6:30am – 9:30am
Residence Inn San Diego Rancho Bernardo/Scripps Poway6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn San Diego Del Mar6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Jacksonville Downtown6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Jacksonville Butler Boulevard6:00am – 10:00am6:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Jacksonville Airport6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Jacksonville-Mayo Clinic Area6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Jacksonville South/Bartram Park6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Columbus Downtown6:30am – 9:30am6:30am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Columbus OSU6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:00am
Residence Inn Columbus Airport6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:00am
Residence Inn Columbus Easton6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Columbus Dublin6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Columbus Polaris6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte City Center6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte Uptown6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte Airport6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte SouthPark6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte Northlake6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte Steele Creek6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte Piper Glen6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte Concord6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Charlotte Lake Norman6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Seattle Downtown/Convention Center6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Seattle Downtown/Lake Union6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Seattle University District6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Seattle Bellevue/Downtown6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Seattle Bellevue6:30am – 9:30am6:30am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Denver South/Park Meadows Mall6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Denver City Center6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Denver Downtown7:00am – 10:00am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Denver Cherry Creek6:30am – 9:00am7:00am – 9:30am
Residence Inn Denver Central Park6:30am – 9:30am7:00am – 10:00am
Residence Inn Corpus Christi6:30am – 9:30am6:30am – 9:30am
Residence Inn by Marriott Tucson Airport6:00am – 9:00am7:00am – 10:00am

Final word

Overall, you can assemble a satisfactory breakfast at the Residence Inn, particularly when there are special items like biscuits and gravy on the menu. If you’re staying for an extended period, it’s advisable to get creative and mix up the items to avoid getting tired of eating the same things consecutively for several days.

Continental Breakfast Explained: List & Ideas of What Hotels Offer [2022]

If you have done even a little bit of traveling you have no doubt come across the term continental breakfast. Even though the term is extremely common to see many travelers still don’t exactly know what a continental breakfast is at a hotel.

The confusion is understandable given how so many hotels do things differently when it comes to their breakfast but in this article I’ll aim to clear up all of the confusion and give you some clear ideas and lists of examples on what to expect.

What is a continental breakfast?

A continental breakfast is a light breakfast consisting of bread, pastries, jams, fruits, and beverages such as coffee, tea, and juices. Many hotels serve different types of continental breakfasts which also offer hot food items such as eggs, potatoes, and even pancakes/waffles.

I’ll go over all of these different types of breakfast variations in this article, so be sure to keep reading!

“Continental breakfast” meaning (defined)

According to Oxford Languages (Google), a continental breakfast is “a light breakfast, typically consisting of coffee and rolls with butter and jam.”

That’s not a super helpful answer because it doesn’t tell you much about what a “light breakfast” is and hotels have all sorts of different ideas as to what constitutes the “light” portion of the term.

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Why is it called a “Continental” Breakfast?

The term “continental breakfast” reportedly originated in Britain in the mid-19th century. Its first recorded use dates back to 1896 in the book The Sanitarian, where “continent” referred to mainland Europe. Specifically, the term was meant to refer to the type of light breakfast common in countries like France and the Mediterranean.

In these countries, lunch was (and is still) much more important than breakfast and so a lot of people would prefer to just “get by” in the morning with a pastry and some coffee. When travelers from these regions started arriving in the US, American hotels wanted to cater to their breakfast preferences.

At the same time, a new middle class was emerging and the nature of labor was changing dramatically. Many people no longer needed a heavy breakfast before heading to plow the fields for hours on end and so a lighter, quicker breakfast started to make more sense.

Eventually, hotels started to realize that serving these light breakfasts was much more cost-effective than cooking up an entire breakfast spread and the idea eventually caught on across the country.

Continental Breakfast Confusion

There’s some confusion regarding continental breakfasts and I’ll explain why.

Continental breakfasts come in different forms

While there are certain staples you’ll find at a continental breakfast, hotels serve up their continental breakfasts in different ways with different food items.

Some offer many more options than others and some offer more much higher quality items than others. So just knowing that your hotel serves a continental breakfast is not really that helpful all the time — you may want to look into exactly what your options will be.

Quality continental breakfasts

Another thing to note is that a continental breakfast does not equal a crappy breakfast.

Yes, a lot of crummy motels and hotels may offer poor quality continental breakfasts but remember a continental breakfast is more or less just a light breakfast. A light breakfast can still be very solid with tasty pastries, juicy fruit slices, foamy cappuccinos, beautiful presentation, etc.

With that said, most of the high quality hotels I’ve stayed at over the years offer more than just a continental breakfast. If there is a continental breakfast available at a nice hotel, it may be just one item on the breakfast menu or the hotel will go all out on each staple item (e.g., huge fruit selection, tons of delightful pastries, etc.)

Some hotels actually undersell their breakfast by calling it a continental breakfast when they actually offer much more.

I’m not sure why or how it happens but on several occasions I’ve been told that the hotel offers a “continental breakfast” and when I get down in the breakfast area there is a full on buffet of hot breakfast items and sometimes even someone offering service.

A common continental breakfast set up in the US.

Why do hotels love continental breakfasts?


Continental breakfasts are super efficient to run compared to a full-service breakfast. They don’t require a full staff to cook, servers to take orders, etc. and usually there are only one or two staff members tending to the breakfast area, depending on how busy it is.


The shelf life of some of the items served on a continental breakfast is also pretty long. For example, cereal can stay good for months past the date on the label. Ground coffee can last for three to five months when stored in a pantry at room temperature. The long shelf life of these means less wasted product, less inventory to manage, etc.


As mentioned, in some countries a heavy breakfast is just not common. So hotels offering continental breakfasts in these places are simply keeping up with the norms of that region.

Also, a lot of people at hotels are just more on the go now. They don’t want to sit down for breakfast and wait around for a server, their meal, the check, etc before a big business meeting or tour. For these people, a continental breakfast is often much better suited for their lifestyle.

What you can expect with a continental breakfast

Buffet style

A continental breakfast is usually served up buffet style. Sometimes it’s also served in a restaurant-style set up where you have a waiter that helps you but that is usually less common.

Often the buffet is set up in a lobby area or adjacent dining area on the main floor but it could also take place in a hotel restaurant or lounge. (If you are traveling with a dog, your pet won’t be allowed in this area so you’ll need to plan accordingly.)

There may be dining tables in the buffet area or you may be able to just find a table or seat in the lobby area or potentially even outside. Note that with coronavirus outbreaks some hotels may move to a grab and go lay out that is much more streamlined.

We always try to get to the breakfast area as early as possible when we can. Sometimes the lines can get pretty long in breakfast areas so we like to avoid that by showing up about 5 to 10 minutes after they open.

(If you show up right when breakfast begins all of the items may not be set up yet and you may have to end up waiting a few minutes anyway.)

Some hotels will limit you to a specific quantity of items at a continental breakfast (e.g., one cereal box). I’ve never actually seen these limits enforced and people always seem to exceed them but it’s still a good idea to be mindful of them.

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A continental breakfast set up.

Common continental breakfast

Typically, you can expect to receive the following items for a standard continental breakfast:

  • Breads
  • Fruit
  • Cereal
  • Drinks

I’ll give you some specific examples and some photos to show you how these items may be served.


Due to the lack of protein options, breads of different kinds are often the main “dish” served up for continental breakfasts and here are some you might snag:

  • Pastries
  • Donuts
  • Croissants
  • Biscuits
  • Rolls
  • Muffins
  • Bagels
  • Baguettes
  • Bread slices/toast

Some hotels may only offer pre-packaged pastries and bread items but others may have a fresh inventory every morning. Because continental breakfasts are so light and bread-focused, a staple that goes along with the bread items is some type of jam or spread.

You might have the option to choose from grape or strawberry jam and other spreads like Nutella or peanut butter (sometimes in individual packs, sometimes jars/bottles). Butter is usually always found at a continental breakfast as well.

Every good hotel offering a continental breakfast should have a toaster, often a four slot machine. (If you are staying at an extended stay hotel, you might have a toaster in your room.)

Related: What Hotels Have Kitchens? 

four slot toaster

When it comes to donuts offered at a continental breakfast I’ve been mostly disappointed since they rarely compare to those offered at a donut shop.

Don’t be completely turned off if most of the pastries are prepackaged because some of those prepackaged snacks can actually still be edible (and I dare say enjoyable all things considered). When we are out and about on hiking trips I love to grab a couple of them for the road as they can be conveniently dropped into a pack.

However, sometimes the pastries or muffins might be tossed in a bag and begin to collect sweat which can be a pretty big turn off in the morning (or anytime).


Apples, oranges and bananas are extremely common to find with a continental breakfast. You might also find cantaloupe, melon, or grapes but that might be pushing it for a standard US hotel. The quality and freshness of the fruit can vary dramatically and sometimes you may not even want to go anywhere near it.

Berries such as strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries are usually a part of a more “sophisticated” breakfast. More extensive fruit selection containing fruits like passion fruit and other exotic fruits are usually only found in higher-end breakfast buffets, all-inclusive resorts, and international hotels in my experience.

A fruit mix beyond what a continental breakfast usually offers in the US


Cereal is typically a staple of a continental breakfast.

A lot of times a continental breakfast will have a few miniature cereal boxes for you to choose from (Cheerios, Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, and Lucky Charms are common to find).

Other times you might find some breakfast cereal towers that allow you to dispense as much cereal as you want or that can fit in your bowl. The issue with the breakfast towers is that you don’t necessarily know if you were getting “Froot Loops” or “Tootie Fruties” and you always wonder how long some of the cereal remnants have been sitting in those towers.

As for milk, they may also set up small cartons of milk or have jugs/pitchers set out in ice. I usually see at least two types of milk with one being a whole milk and the other one being a “healthier variety.” This could be skim milk or a hotel could get crazy and offer something like almond milk.

At some of the lower-end hotels, there is always that rare (but dreaded) scenario where a hotel offers dry cereal with no milk.

cereal breakfast towers


  • Orange Juice
  • Coffee
  • Coffee (decaf)
  • Tea
  • Milk
  • Hot chocolate

Coffee and tea are an absolute must at a hotel’s continental breakfast. The coffee will hopefully be freshly brewed and you can usually find tea packets for green tea and maybe some other varieties like chamomile.

Orange juice is probably one of the most consistent items you’ll find in a continental breakfast. Sometimes you can just grab a container of something like Tropicana but other times they may have freshly squeezed juice. Apple juice is also relatively common in a continental breakfast.

Sometimes there may be a machine or pitchers offering more varieties of juices like cranberry juice or grapefruit juice but that’s a little less common.

breakfast fresh juices
Fresh juices for breakfast at the Hilton Cabana.

Continental Plus

Some continental breakfast may start to resemble an American breakfast when they offer additional hot items but as mentioned above they still somehow qualify as a “continental breakfast” for many hotels. Below are some items that may be included in something I call a “continental plus” breakfast.

Sliced meats and cheeses

You might find a spread of meats and cheeses at a continental breakfast. When offered, it’s common for there to be a mix of hard and soft cheeses like cheddar and brie cheese. As for meat slices, you may find ham, salami, and turkey. Smoked salmon may make an appearance as well.

Breakfast sandwiches

I’m starting to see a lot more hotels offer hot options like reheatable Jimmy Dean breakfast sandwiches. Sometimes you can grab a cold one and take it to your room for heating in your microwave but other times they have them in the heated bins.


A lot of hotels offer you some type of oatmeal, which could be instant, steel-cut, or rolled. The oatmeal might be prepackaged like the packs you see below but it could also come in a large bin.


Yogurt sections seem very common in continental breakfasts. Often I’ll see plain yogurt along with some type of flavored options. These are usually offered in packaged containers but I’ve also seen yogurt served out of larger containers which didn’t seem as appetizing. You may also find some granola or other toppings for your yogurt set up at the buffet as well.

Waffle or pancakes

At a true continental style breakfast, the most you would probably get is a station where you can make your own waffles or pancakes.

So not only do you get to enjoy a nice waffle or fluffy chocolate chip pancake but you can revel in your own “cooking” skills (assuming you don’t eff it up that is). In addition to maple syrup you may find other toppings like whipped cream or chocolate sauce.

Pro tip: Make sure you use the no-stick spray so you don’t hold up the breakfast line trying to scrape off your waffle’s remnants!

Hotel waffle maker

Protein and potatoes

You might also get lucky and find breakfast sausages/bacon, eggs, and some form of potatoes such as hashbrowns.

Scrambled eggs that come in the heated bins are usually let’s say… short of desirable. Sausage can be pretty iffy as well (links or patties) but it’s pretty hard to mess up bacon and potatoes in my opinion.

If you truly are lucky, the breakfast may have an omelette station where you can get a fresh omelette cooked just to your liking. Again, this is not really a true continental breakfast item but sometimes you can be surprised.

Hotel breakfast sausage

Free breakfast?

A lot of hotels offer a free breakfast and you might be wondering what type of breakfast you get at those properties.

You can get a free breakfast in a variety of ways. One of the most common ways is to have a certain level of elite status. For example, if you have Hilton Gold you are entitled to a free breakfast at properties that offer it.

Some hotels provide a free breakfast to every guest, which is usually the case at an extended stay hotel.

Whether you are getting a free breakfast from elite status or just getting a free breakfast offered by the hotel, a continental breakfast may be served up in both scenarios.

Something to be aware of is that just because a hotel offers a continental breakfast, that does not mean that the breakfast will be free. It is often the case that if a hotel only offers a continental breakfast it will be free but that is not always guaranteed.

Different breakfast types

You might be interested in seeing how a continental breakfast compares to other mainstream breakfasts that you can find at hotels. Below, I have a few examples of the types of breakfasts that we have tried out over the years in different regions of the world.


The English breakfast is pretty simple: bacon (not US bacon), sausages, eggs, black pudding, baked beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, and toast along with coffee and/or tea.

Having lived in the UK for a year I’ve had my fair share of true English breakfasts. I definitely miss the UK a lot but the breakfast? Not so much. Still, it’s fun to try every now again just to test if my taste buds have done a 180 (they haven’t).

English breakfast

American breakfast

As most readers are probably rare, the American breakfast usually consist of eggs, sausage/bacon, and potatoes. The eggs can come in the form of an omelette, scrambled, boiled, or fried. Potatoes could be home fries, hashbrowns, or some other variety. Waffles, pancakes, and French toast are also very American items for breakfast.

There are some additional items that you may be able to enjoy on a good American breakfast like English muffins/eggs Benedict, avocado toast, chicken and waffles, steak and eggs, breakfast tacos/burritos, biscuits and gravy, and of course breakfast sandwiches.

American breakfast
Common American breakfast items.

Italian breakfast

My experience in Italy with breakfast has been very sugary. Italian breakfasts offer an array of breads, cheeses, and deli meats but they usually hit pretty hard on the carbs with sugary pastries, cakes, cornettos, etc. If your experiences are like mine, you can expect a lot of filling and powdered sugar with your Italian breakfast.

A hotel breakfast in Rome.

Asian breakfast

Asia is a huge and diverse place so I don’t feel like you can really stay there is an “Asian breakfast” but the breakfast experience at hotels in Asia will be very different from what it’s like in the US.

Hotels in Asia will often have different soups (miso, noodle, udon, etc.), fish, rice, and other items that Americans don’t typically think of when it comes to breakfast.

A lot of major chain hotels in Asia will also serve up American items like pancakes and waffles, so if you are not feeling the Asian options you can go with something more Western. Sometimes the western options are just as good as you would find stateside but other times it’s a different type of play on your favorite breakfast menu items.

Example of breakfast offerings in Asia
Finding an American breakfast in Asia (Taiwan)

Mexican breakfast

I seriously look forward to breakfast when staying at hotels in Mexico.

The prized Mexican breakfast items I’m usually looking for are: chilaquiles (tortilla chips with green salsa or red enchilada sauce), Huevos Rancheros, and migas.

chilaquiles breakfast

And you can also expect to find some sweet Mexican pastries like pan dulce and possibly even sopapillas.

pan dulce

Final word

Continental breakfasts are extremely common to find in hotels all around the world. Basically, a continental breakfast is just a light breakfast but many hotels supplement their continental breakfast with additional proteins, cheeses, and hot items like waffles or pancakes. So your best bet is to check with the hotel to see what exactly their continental breakfast entails.

What Hotels Have Free Breakfast? [2021]

Hotel breakfast is something that is truly special. From eggs benedict to freshly squeezed juices, I love breakfast and it’s even better when it’s served free of charge. Over the past few years, I’ve tried breakfast at different hotel brands all over the world, and I decided it was time to dive into the research and create a comprehensive list of every major hotel that offers a free breakfast. 

In this article, I will go over all the brands that offer free breakfast to each and every guest. Then I’ll discuss ways you can get free breakfast through elite status and special booking portals offered by your credit cards. 

Continental breakfast vs buffet breakfast vs à la carte breakfast

There are three common types of breakfast: continental, buffet, and à la carte breakfast.

All three are offered by hotels worldwide. Some hotels might only offer one type of breakfast, like only offering continental breakfast, while others might offer all three different types of breakfast for free, as an upgrade, or paid. 

Continental breakfast

Continental breakfast is commonly served at select branded properties, also known as value brands like Holiday Inn Express or Comfort Inn. A continental breakfast might only offer items like cereals, milk, bread, scrambled eggs, meat, and fruits.

Continental breakfasts won’t usually offer an omelet or pancake station, but some properties will offer an automatic pancake maker or waffle iron. Lots more cold items are usually offered than hot items for continental breakfast.

Continental breakfasts might be given for free to everyone at a hotel or to select elites. It all depends on the property for the quality of continental breakfast as some might offer a spread that is crazy good while others won’t offer more than the bare minimum. 

Buffet breakfast

While this might be a little confusing, as continental breakfast is usually served as a buffet, buffet breakfast will typically serve many different types of items.

Many different hot and cold items are offered. Usually, you will be able to find what you like so you aren’t stuck with eating cereal. There will usually be an egg station to make any types of eggs, sometimes even eggs benedict. There should also be other stations like live pancake and waffle stations. Sometimes you can even find sushi!

There are many different items offered when you have a buffet breakfast, but as always, it will differ between each property, even within the same brand. 

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St. Regis Bali buffet

À la carte breakfast

À la carte breakfasts are my favorite as every dish is made to order. Some hotels will offer a la carte breakfast to complement the buffet. So, there might be some items at the buffet but you can still order off a menu.

Menus can range from a few items on a menu, like specialty dishes, to a menu that offers 10 or 20 different options.

Some hotels, like the Alila SCBD, will only offer a menu without a buffet. It just depends on what property you stay at as each property will differ.

Alila SCBD breakfast menu

Coronavirus update (grab and go)

Due to the pandemic a lot of hotels are now offering a restricted version of their breakfast. In some hotels this means a modified buffet while in others it means more of a grab-and-go situation.

I’ve visited hotels that have a staff member serving different items so that the only real difference is that you are not serving yourself at a buffet counter. Meanwhile, other hotels have offered packaged items including hot items like scrambled eggs and potatoes.

To be honest the grab and go items have not been so great but if you just need a little bit of fuel in the form of fruit or items like muffins they can be helpful. My advice would be to call the hotel ahead of time to check on their latest breakfast procedures.

Hotel brands that have free breakfast

Each brand is created differently. Some will offer free breakfast worldwide, while some won’t offer free breakfast worldwide. Some brands we know and love might have exceptions in some regions of the world. 


There are 6,906 Marriott hotels worldwide with 30 Marriott brands. You can easily find luxury and premium Marriott properties with a good amount of select properties in the Americas. Out of the 30 brands, there are five Marriott brands that offer free breakfast brand-wide without elite status, but with a catch…

Marriott brands that offer free breakfast without elite status

  • Element
  • Residence Inn
  • TownePlace Suites
  • Fairfield Inn
  • SpringHill Suites

If you go to any of these five brands, you will have free breakfast without being a member of that Marriott. You can book via any third-party online travel agency and still have free breakfast. Most of these brands will offer continental style breakfast, but sometimes they have quality hot items with a good amount of cold items too.

However, all five brands above have one huge exception, properties in the Asia Pacific region can opt-out of the free breakfast for non-elites. That is a huge negative if you are staying at Fairfield Inn Bali and expect to get free breakfast, but you don’t. Nevertheless, as an elite, you will get free breakfast in Asia Pacific properties, but then as an elite you can get free breakfast at many different brands too.

Marriott brands that offer free breakfast with elite status

If you are a Platinum, Titanium, or an Ambassador Elite, you will be offered free breakfast via a welcome amenity, club lounge, or automatically.

  • AC Hotels by Marriott
  • Aloft
  • Autograph Collection Hotels
  • Courtyard by Marriott
  • Delta
  • Design
  • Element
  • Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott
  • Four Points by Sheraton
  • JW Marriott
  • Le Meridien
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Moxy Hotels
  • Protea Hotels
  • Renaissance Hotels
  • Residence Inn by Marriott
  • Sheraton
  • Springhill Suites by Marriott
  • St. Regis
  • The Luxury Collection
  • TownePlace Suites by Marriott
  • Tribute
  • Westin
  • W

I should also note, some of these brands will differ between regions for elite breakfast. For example, brands like JW only need to offer free breakfast in the club lounge, but some JW properties will offer breakfast in both the main restaurant and club lounge. So, your mileage may vary between properties and especially between regions.

You may have also noticed that some brands don’t offer breakfast. Brands like Edition and Ritz-Carlton don’t need to give elites breakfast. So, be aware of the brands you might stay at as elite benefits aren’t the same at all Marriott properties. 

If you aren’t an elite, some of these brands might offer free breakfast as part of the standard room rate. For example, the St. Regis Bali includes breakfast with every rate booked at the hotel.


With 777 Hyatt properties worldwide, you’re rather limited for choices. However, Hyatt has a solid portfolio that performs well worldwide with a few brands offering free breakfast.

Hyatt brands that offer free breakfast without elite status

  • Hyatt Place (must book directly through Hyatt as a member)
  • Hyatt House
  • Hyatt Zilara/Ziva
  • Small Luxury Hotels and Resorts (must book directly through Hyatt as a member)

All four offer free breakfast worldwide, but Hyatt Place has one exception. You must book directly through the Hyatt website, app, or call center as a member (don’t need elite status) to have free breakfast included in at Hyatt Place properties. 

Hyatt House, Hyatt Zilara/Zara, and Small Luxury Hotels and Resorts have no such exception. So, you can book however you want and get free breakfast. 

Hyatt brands that offer free breakfast with elite status

  • Park Hyatt
  • Grand Hyatt
  • Hyatt Regency
  • Hyatt
  • Hyatt Zilara/Ziva
  • Hyatt Place
  • Hyatt House
  • Andaz
  • Alila
  • Thompson 
  • Hyatt Centric
  • The Unbound Collection
  • Destination
  • Joie de Vivre
  • Small Luxury Hotels and Resorts

Hyatt has a more standardized breakfast policy for Globalists. If you’re a Globalist you get breakfast in either the club lounge and/or main restaurant. You will not have to worry about region-specific rules that limit breakfast.

So, compared to Marriott there is consistency with the breakfast policy with Marriott. The only brands you don’t get breakfast at would be Miraval and Residence Club properties. 


With 5,757 hotels worldwide, you will not have a hard time finding a Hilton property in the country you visit. Out of the 17 Hilton brands, there are six that offer free breakfast in every one of their properties in the respective brand for any guest. 

Hilton brands that offer free breakfast without elite status

  • Canopy
  • Embassy Suites
  • Hampton Inn
  • Homewood Suites
  • Home2 Suites
  • Tru

Hilton has a huge collection of brands that have free breakfast for all guests. What is great about these six brands is the price point variance. If you don’t want to stay in a basic Hampton Inn, you can stay at a Canopy or Tru property that offers a more trendy feel.

Related: Is Hampton Inn Part of Hilton? (Full List of Locations)

Hilton brands that offer free breakfast with elite status

  • Conrad
  • Canopy
  • Curio
  • DoubleTree
  • Embassy Suites
  • Hampton Inn
  • Hilton
  • Hilton Garden Inn
  • Home2 Suites
  • Homewood Suites
  • LXR
  • Motto
  • Signia
  • Tapestry Collection
  • Tru
  • Waldorf Astoria

If you are a Gold or Diamond member with Hilton, you are given free continental breakfast at all Hilton brands besides Grand Vacation properties. As it’s continental breakfast, Hilton might give you a credit or a basic breakfast spread North America, but other regions like Europe or Asia will offer a full breakfast buffet.

Update: The Hilton free breakfast may be transitioning into a food and beverage credit.

What is great about Hilton is the fact that Gold and Diamond status is super easy to obtain with just holding a credit card. I explain more below what you will need to do.


With 5,723 hotels worldwide, you will not have a hard time finding an IHG property in the country you visit. Out of the 17 IHG brands, there are two that offer free breakfast.

IHG brands that offer free breakfast without elite status

  • Holiday Inn Express
  • Staybridge Suites

Staying at either Holiday Inn Express or Staybridge Suites you will find continental breakfasts for all, no matter if you’re a member or not. Throughout the world, these properties offer a very consistent breakfast spread. Some might be better than others, like the Holiday Inn Express Jakarta Matraman where the breakfast spread makes some Holiday Inn Suites look weak in comparison. 

IHG brands that offer free breakfast with elite status

  • None

The IHG loyalty program is weak in regards to elite benefits. Even Spire Elites don’t have breakfast or club lounge access as a benefit. So, if you were an elite staying at an Intercontinental property, you will have to pay for breakfast.

Tip: Adding breakfast as an add-on at booking is cheaper than paying at the property. I have found the base rate for a standard room selling breakfast for $5 a night as an add-on, but buying it at the property was $20. So, you could save some money adding breakfast as an add-on.


9,000 Wyndham properties are worldwide making it one of the biggest hotel chains in the world surpassing its competitors. Out of the 19 brands, there are eight brands that offer free breakfast for any and every guest staying at that branded property.

Wyndham brands that offer free breakfast without elite status

  • Baymont Inn & Suites
  • Days Inn
  • Howard Johnson
  • Hawthorn Suites
  • La Quinta
  • Microtel Inn & Suites
  • Super 8
  • Travelodge
  • Wingate

You can find almost one or multiple of these brands in every state across the USA. Some will offer far better breakfast spreads than others, like La Quinta offering a better spread than Days Inn, but a free breakfast is better than no breakfast at all. 

Wyndham brands that offer free breakfast with elite status

  • None

Wyndham elites cannot get free breakfast outside of the eight properties listed above. Therefore, if you are a road warrior and want free breakfast, Wyndham won’t be ideal.


With 7,005 Choice hotels worldwide, you can easily find value-minded hotels with or without breakfast wherever you go. Choice has six hotel brands that offer free breakfast at every property. 

Choice brands that offer free breakfast without elite status

  • Comfort Inn
  • Comfort Suites
  • EconoLodge 
  • MainStay Suites 
  • Quality Inn
  • Sleep Inn

No matter if it’s a property in the USA or in Japan, you will have free breakfast included in every room rate for every guest staying in the room. 

The breakfast spreads will be ranging from basic to decent. Continental style is a trend of course, but you can find all your major food groups. If you go abroad, Comfort Inn properties in Japan will offer a good spread that tastes decent, plus you can easily find these properties in random smaller cities in Japan.

Choice brands that offer free breakfast with elite status

  • None

Choice is no different from Wyndham and IHG loyalty programs. If you have elite status you will not get free breakfast at any other brand besides the ones listed above.

Best Western

Best Western has 4,100+ properties worldwide with a collection of 13 brands and out of those 13 brands, eight of those brands offer free breakfast for all guests.

Best Western brands that offer free breakfast without elite status

  • Best Western
  • Best Western Plus
  • Best Western Premier*
  • GLō
  • BW Signature Collection*
  • SureStay
  • SureStay Plus
  • SureStay Collection

*Some properties might not participate in free breakfast for all guests.

Best Western has a good portfolio of value and midscale brands that offer free breakfast for all guests. No matter if you are in the USA or traveling abroad, you might find it surprising that there is a Best Western property that offers free breakfast for all guests.

Best Western brands that offer free breakfast with elite status

  • None

Best Western is no different from Choice, Wyndham, and IHG loyalty programs. If you have elite status you will not get free breakfast at any other brand besides the ones listed above.

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Hotel elite status that includes free breakfast

There are hotel brands that only offer elites free breakfast, along with many other goodies. Here are elite statuses that offer free breakfast to elites.




All elite statuses listed above offer free breakfast in the form of a full buffet, continental, a la carte, or breakfast credit. Each program will have its own rules, but most of them will vary wildly between each property and brand for the quality of breakfast offered.

Luckily, you can achieve elite status with these hotels easily with the help from a few credit cards.

The easiest elite status

Hilton is the easiest program to reach elite status, especially when it’s as easy as holding a credit card to automatically get Diamond or Gold elite status.

Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card

Hilton Aspire Bonus
  • Complimentary Hilton Honors Diamond status
  • One weekend night at any hotel or resort in the Hilton portfolio (upon opening the account and on account anniversary every year)
  • Weekend night after spending $60,000 on the card within a calendar year
  • $250 airline incidental fee statement credit
  • $250 Hilton resort statement credit
  • $100 on-property credit at Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts and Conrad Hotels & Resorts when booking the exclusive Aspire Card package
  • Unlimited Priority Pass membership
  • 14X Hilton Honors Bonus Points at hotels and resorts in the Hilton portfolio worldwide
  • 7X Hilton Honors Bonus Points on flights booked directly with airlines or, car rentals booked directly from select car rental companies and at U.S. restaurants
  • 3X Hilton Honors Bonus Points on other purchases
  • $450 Annual Fee

Hilton Diamond status as a benefit given to you only by holding the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card. In fact, Diamond status is Hilton’s best elite status which offers upgrades up to suites, club lounge access, free breakfast, late check-out, and 100% bonus points.

This card is not only handing out elite status, but it’s also handing out an un-capped free weekend night every year, $250 resort credit, $250 airline incidental credit, and Priority Pass membership. These four benefits alone pay for your annual fee plus a little extra.

In my opinion, this card is one of the best credit cards out there. Even if you don’t put spend on it, the card benefits are passive not requiring you to spend on the card unless you want to use the credits basically paying for the annual fee itself.

Hilton Honors American Express Surpass

  • Complimentary Hilton Honors Gold status
  • Spend $40,000 on your Card in a calendar year and you can earn Hilton Honors Diamond status
  • Free Weekend Night Reward from Hilton Honors after you spend $15,000 in purchases on your Card in a calendar year
  • 10 Priority Pass lounge passes a calendar year
  • 12X at hotels or resorts within the Hilton Portfolio
  • 6X at U.S. restaurants, at U.S. supermarkets, and at U.S. gas stations
  • 3X on all other eligible purchases
  • $95 annual fee

If you think you aren’t going to use those airline credits, resort credits, and free weekend night that is given to you by the Hilton Honors American Express Aspire Card, then the Hilton Honors American Express Surpass is the second-best Hilton card out there. 

The Hilton Honors American Express Surpass comes with a few benefits that could make the card worthwhile. It comes with Hilton Gold status. Hilton Gold status benefits include free breakfast, room upgrades, free wifi, late check-out, and free bottles of water. While the benefits aren’t crazy good, breakfast is still a benefit that can come in handy. 

These two credit cards are not only the only two credit cards that help you achieve elite status. Some might have annual spend milestones that give you a boost to the next elite status tier or even milestones that then automatically give you complimentary elite status. 

I suggest reading our article here about the best credit cards for hotel elite status.

Other ways to get free breakfast

Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts free breakfast

Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts, also known as Amex FHR, is a program that you can use to receive special perks at over 975 world-class properties all around the world. When you book through Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts, only available for Platinum cardholders, you will receive perks with your booking. 

The benefits are very similar (and some are identical) to what you receive as an elite member. Standard benefits would be:

  • Noon check-in, when available
  • Guaranteed 4pm late check-out
  • Room upgrade upon arrival
  • Daily breakfast for two people
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Special amenity unique to each property

As you can see, breakfast is included as one of the benefits. So, if you value breakfast, especially ones at luxury hotels, booking through Fine Hotels and Resorts can save you up to $50 for breakfast for one person. So, daily savings could be $100 a day, making Fine Hotels and Resorts a great way to save money on breakfast. 

You can read our complete guide for Fine Hotels and Resorts here.

Chase Luxury Hotels and Resorts Collection free breakfast

It’s super similar to Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts, but if you prefer to pay with your Chase Reserve, this program should be on your radar.

When booking through Luxury Hotel and Resort Collection (LHRC), you will have access to over 900 luxury properties around the world that offers you elite-like benefits, such as:

  • Daily breakfast for two
  • Complimentary Wifi
  • Room upgrade
  • Early check-in and late check-out
  • Special benefit at each property

As you can see the benefits are almost identical to Amex FHR. Again, it can help you save tons of money of breakfast alone, let alone all the other benefits we haven’t really talked about. I suggest comparing both FHR and LHRC.

You can read our complete guide for Luxury Hotels and Resorts Collection here.

Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection free breakfast

Again, super similar to Amex Fine Hotels and Resorts and Chase Luxury Hotels and Resorts Collection, the Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection is another program you shouldn’t pass up.

The Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection consists of over 900 hotels around the world and offers you special privileges when you use the Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection portal to book your hotel stay.

You get benefits like:

  • Best available rate guarantee
  • Automatic room upgrade
  • Complimentary in-room Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary breakfast for two
  • $25 food and beverage credit
  • VIP guest status
  • Late checkout upon request

What makes this program slightly different is the “best available rate guarantee.” If you don’t care about other benefits like a special benefit at each property, you should be using the Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection as it will be cheaper than FHR and LHRC. See, FHR and LHRC will sometimes be more expensive than booking direct with the property, this is because of the benefits you receive increases the rate.

Sometimes booking through FHR or LHRC will hold tremendous value, while other time Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection hold greater value. Hence, comparing all three.

You can read our complete guide for the Visa Signature Luxury Hotel Collection here

Final word

For me, breakfast is an important meal of the day, especially at a hotel that offers a multi-room breakfast buffet or à la carte menu. So, I do hope this article helped you with your next stay in the future if you are basing your stay off of breakfast. 🙂

This article was originally published by Steve Smith.