Hotels May Not Be Serving Breakfast Due To The Pandemic, But They Still Sell Breakfast-Included Rates

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  1. Hotels are taking advantage of the situation
    Just stayed local at hampton inn vancouver airport and tney gave us a bag with a frozen bagel an orange and a boxed juice and 2 boiled eggs (packaged and over boiled)
    There is no law prohibiting them from doing a buffet with safety measures but why would they?
    Unfortunately canadians are so stupid and sheepish that it transpires everywhere and with everything

  2. @jason
    Some Americans are as well but not collectively as a society
    I am dual citizen, live here in canada 10 years
    Canadians are selfish, racist, virtue signaling sheep….
    Some may not believe me and this is not the forum for a lengthy explanation

  3. The bigger “hotel breakfast problem” is that most USA hotels that provide a “free hot breakfast” are not providing that now. There is no rhyme or reason to it: if you want to know if you’re going to get a reasonable breakfast, you have to call the hotel’s front desk and ask. It is way past time for the chains to enforce their standard breakfast standards. No one is made safer by providing a cheap, substandard breakfast.

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