There are few things that feel as indulgent on a holiday as room service. While the menus are generally pretty same-samey (club sandwich, fish and chips, pizza, Caesar salad, and anything that comes with chips) there are apparently a few foods you should avoid to prevent the dreaded dissatisfaction of food disappointment.
For a super-quick and easy snack to get you from A to B, try these breakfast bars (post continues after video):
Number 1: Hot Food.
This one applies more for those staying in high-rise hotels or super sized resorts. Basically, the bigger the hotel, the longer your food will take to get from the kitchen to your room. And a long travel time is going to result in cold, soggy wedges.
Number 2: Seafood.
Not so surprising. “[Fish] doesn’t travel well, and it smells,” Brefere says. “Plus, you don’t know how long it’s been sitting there.” Charming. She suggests you pick high-turnover options like sandwiches. Brefere also says it’s a good idea to avoid blue cheese and onions. Unless you want everyone else staying on your floor to secretly (or not so secretly) hate you and your pungent snack.