At Embassy Suites by Hilton™, we anticipate travelers’ needs and deliver what matters most. All of our guests are welcomed with a two-room suite, free made-to-order breakfast each morning, and complimentary drinks and snacks for two hours every night*. Must be of legal drinking age.
The complimentary hot buffet breakfast starts from 6:30 – 9:30 Monday through Friday and from 7:00 – 10:00 Saturday, Sunday and Holidays.
6:00 am to 9:00am
|Check-in / Check-out|
|Minimum Age to Register||18|
|Check-Out Time||11:00 am|
|Early Departure Fee||$75.00 Early departure will result in a $75.00 charge|
|Late Check-Out Fee||$50.00 Late check out to 2pm based upon availability at 50% of the daily rate.|
2 free drinks
Wind down your day or kick off your night with your favorite drinks* and snacks, starting at just $133. Book a spacious two-room suite for the whole family starting at just $133. Enjoy a variety of free drinks* and snacks each night from just $133.
When a hotel advertises ” complimentary ” breakfast , it usually means that there will be a continental-style buffet with one or two hot item choices. Keep in mind that the word ” complimentary ” simply means that there will be no charge for it, so the hotel can really serve whatever they want to.
According to Merriam-Webster, a continental breakfast is defined as, “a light breakfast in a hotel, restaurant, etc., that usually includes baked goods, jam, fruit, and coffee.” What do these items have in common?
Marriott offers free breakfast at five of its brands for all hotel guests: Residence Inn. Towne Place Suites. Springhill Suites.
Yes, it is normally proper etiquette and totally fine to take trays of food from the buffet back to your room . The rule to live by would be: when in doubt, ask. . Is it proper etiquette to take the hotel continental breakfast back to your room to eat?
1. A lot of work goes into keeping breakfast buffet items fresh, and some items cannot (or should not) just sit there for hours on end. Since hotels often have business traveler guests needing breakfast at an early hour before heading out to meetings, they also need to have lunch available at a reasonable hour.
A hotel may allow guests to enter freely and as they eat will submit a breakfast receipt for the guest to sign. This is not a traditional bill with prices to pay, but a receipt that the guest signs to verify they have eaten the breakfast and will pay for it when they check out.
Every hotel sets its own rules on late check – out fees. Some (including mine) will give you so much extra time for the asking, some will let you stay into mid-afternoon for an extra twenty to fifty bucks, others will bill you for another night if you overstay check – out by five minutes.