The Ritz-Carlton, San Juan: What the people want? It's a no-brainer? A burger with yucca fries and the decadent 14-layer chocolate cake. Perfecto!
W Hotels: Those staying at the W New York hotel have an affinity for the $13 chicken noodle matzo-ball soup. Meanwhile, at the W Times Square location, sushi for dinner and protein shakes for breakfast are popular requests. If the W New Orleans is your spot a Chicken Poboy can be delivered before you can say laissez bon temps rouler. And those at the W Taipei opt for the famous beef noodle soup, a Taiwanese staple.
Andaz Wall Street: Steak is always a best seller on Tuesday and Wednesdays when most of their business travelers are in. On Friday and Saturdays the $19 fish & chips and $8 beef sliders win out with the out-of-town crowd.
Dukes St. James London: Despite its posh location and clientele, the most popular in-room dining requests at this 5-star hotel are the hearty plebe fare of steak and chips, followed by green Thai curry with rice.
Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek: Pancakes come in as the most-ordered breakfast item before folks head out to see The Mouse. While classic buttermilk flapjacks are first at $14, banana, blueberry, and chocolate chip are runners up. But always with maple syrup. When it comes to dinner, people are clucking it up with chicken fingers and wings.
Conrad New York: The Mediterranean-style San Marzano tomato pizza with fresh buffalo mozzarella and basil for $18 has guests repeatedly pressing the phone’s room-service button at this Battery Park hotel.
Westin Casuarina Resort & Spa, Grand Cayman: The classic club sandwich is made with grilled chicken breast, and Swiss cheese is added for a tangy touch. At $10.50 a pop, it’s quite reasonable and enjoying it with a view of the Caribbean Sea is a bonus.
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