I recently had the fortunate opportunity to stay at the Park Hyatt Washington DC. As a Diamond member, I am guaranteed breakfast each morning.
Here’s what the hotel offers:
- Full breakfast in Blue Duck Tavern
- Or Full breakfast in your room via room service.
To elaborate, I asked the hostess at the Blue Duck Tavern about what the breakfast included. She told me that the breakfast was for up to $32 per person, for up to 4 people. What was interesting is that she told me that I was given the full $32 x 4 credit, even if I only had 1, 2 or 3 people.
So, I decided to invite my Aunt and Uncle from across the street at the Fairmont Georgetown for breakfast, seeing that I had an allotment of up to 4 people.
I had a lovely egg frittata (so did my Aunt), and my Uncle had a terrific breakfast sandwich. Along with coffee, tea, juice and fresh fruit, our total bill came to well under out budgeted allotment.
Interestingly, when I tipped on the receipt, the tip was pulled from the remaining credit that we hadn’t used. Wow!
It was an absolutely fantastic breakfast, and the service at the Blue Duck was phenomenal. If you’re staying at the Park Hyatt Washington DC, the breakfast is something you shouldn’t miss — not only because the parameters behind it are generous, but also because the food is incredibly delicious.
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