Marriott Announces Return to Free hot breakfast

Marriott Is Bringing Back Complimentary Hot Breakfast With New Options

Tourists can expect familiar foods such as bagels and fruits, in addition to other new items like baked souffles and breaded cakes when they go into the lobby of their hotel in the early morning.

Marriott is bringing back one of the most important breakfast that you can have during the week. Marriott announced last Monday that the hot breakfasts will be being offered in all of their brands in the month of March.

“Breakfast has long been a celebrated experience during a hotel stay – a moment to gather before exploring a destination or a reliable grab-and-go kickstart to the day,” Diane Mayer, Vice President and Global Brand Manager of Classic Select Brands, stated in an announcement. “Through extensive consumer insights, we recognize that our guests want t wake up to a nutritious and energizing breakfast made with quality ingredients. We are pleased to introduce our new complimentary breakfast that offers mouthwatering, customizable options with an eye towards sustainability.”

Tourists can expect familiar foods like bagels and fruits, as well as other new items like baked souffles and baked scones when they go to the lobby of the hotel in the morning.

The hotels offering a complimentary breakfast include Residence Inn by Marriott, SpringHill Suites by Marriott, Fairfield by Marriott TownePlace Suites by Marriott. The program will start in select hotels throughout the month of October and by the end of winter hot breakfasts, hot meals will have returned to more than 3,000 Marriott locations across the United States.


It’s not the usual hot waffle iron or bran cereal buffet hotel guests might remember from before the outbreak. The Marriott’s hot breakfast menu will include options such as a tomato, kale and white frittata with feta eggs with yogurt and granola; a yogurt parfait and compote, sausage, egg and cheese on whole wheat bagel, quiche with cheese and spinach crusts and baked souffle with jalapeno cheddar as well as oatmeal, yogurt and cereal.

Fruits and other gluten-free alternatives will also be on offer.

When deciding on the best way to revamp the breakfast option, Marriott conducted a survey to determine what people would like from their breakfast. The results prove what we know that coffee is the primary aspect. (Marriott will provide Rainforest Certified Coffee at all of its buffets.)

The study also found seventy-two percent of travellers would be comfortable eating at a buffet once more.

Cailey Rizzo works as a contributor writer for Travel Leisure, currently based in Brooklyn. You can connect with Cailey Rizzo through Twitter, Instagram, or at

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