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8 Things to Never Order from Hotel Room Service

Reader's Digest Logo By Juliana LaBianca of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 8: Everyone heading out on a luxurious vacation fantasizes about breakfast in bed. But when it comes down to it, breakfast foods just don't hold up too well under room-service lids. Scrambled eggs, for example, begin to lose heat and taste almost as soon as they leave the pan. That means when they get to you, they're 'cold and gluey,' says Jonathan Knudsen, an executive at JK Hospitality in New York. Got a trip coming up? This hotel-booking secret guarantees you'll get the cheapest rate.

Scrambled eggs

Everyone heading out on a luxurious vacation fantasizes about breakfast in bed. But when it comes down to it, breakfast foods just don't hold up too well under room-service lids. Scrambled eggs, for example, begin to lose heat and taste almost as soon as they leave the pan. That means when they get to you, they're 'cold and gluey,' says Jonathan Knudsen, an executive at JK Hospitality in New York. Got a trip coming up? This hotel-booking secret guarantees you'll get the cheapest rate.
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