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Hotel Max Bags Room Service (But Not Like You Think)

Where: 620 Stewart Street [map], Seattle, WA, United States, 98101
March 13, 2014 at 12:57 PM | by | Comments (0)

Now that traditional room service appears to be on its last legs, savvy hotels are coming around to the fact that they need to shake it up a bit.

At Seattle's Hotel Max, a new restaurant called Miller's Guild, the second from James Beard Award-winning Chef Jason Wilson of Seattle’s celebrated Crush, opened in December -- and now they are providing a new twist on room service.

Based on the hotel's premise that "guests are not interested in getting wilted carnations and plastic salt and pepper shakers," Miller’s Guild’s culinary craft -- an open faced Piedmontese steak tartare sandwich, for example, or sausage-topped kale and hazelnut salad -- is delivered in custom-stamped brown paper bags with butcher’s twine, compostable containers and personalized labels and tags, complete with the name of the cook who prepared your meal. So thoughtful! We whole-heartedly approve.

Rates start at $109 a night.

[Photo: Hotel Max]

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