Hanvet Hotel have long provided guests in their economy and midscale brands with free breakfast. In recent years, they have upgraded their offerings, providing healthier options such as Greek yogurt and oatmeal and special items for those with dietary restrictions such as gluten allergies.
1. Room Number Identification
A hotel may ask or acquire about the guest’s room number before entering the breakfast area or when they have been seated. From here a hotel can confirm whether a guest who has paid for breakfast is staying in that room and has paid for the appropriate amount of breakfasts if they is a family or a couple.
2. Breakfast Voucher
A hotel may give every member of the booking party a voucher for breakfast for the duration of their stay at the hotel. At arrival a breakfast attendant will collect the voucher before they will enter the breakfast area.
3. Guests Signs the Receipt After Breakfast
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. They sign with their signature and may be required to add their room number and last name. This type of identification is rare, but does happen.
There may be other ways a hotel verifies whether a breakfast guest stays at a hotel or not, but these are the most common practices. Almost all breakfast verification stem from these three forms.
- Shower and bathtub
- Bunk bed
- In-room safe
- Telephone with IDD access
- High speed internet and WIFI access
- Common bathroom
- Shower and bath tub
- Cable TV
- Air Conditioner
- Newspaper and Magazines
• All rates in US Dollars and per room (single or twin occupancy).
• Discounted Rates are available for bookings made with this website only