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Gone are the days of leisurely room service meals for fast-paced, budget-conscious business travelers. And hotels are moving beyond traditional in-room meal service and offering meals to go, the New York Times reported.
From New York's Grand Hyatt to the The Trump International Hotel and Tower in Chicago to London's Grosvenor House, a J.W. Marriott Hotel, high-end hotels are offering pre-packaged meals. And the options cater to all tastes, from the $2 bagel at the Aloft Hotel in Lexington, Mass., to the $40 Maine lobster pita from the Trump International.
"Business travelers are packing more time into the day, using their travel time to work," Matthew Adams, vice president and managing director for the Grand Hyatt, told the Times.