The Berkeley, Hyde Park, London
As a man of simple taste, I opted for a plain and unpretentious hotel in London. Located south of Hyde Park, The Berkeley was my temporary domicile. After a long evening of work and a short night, I didn’t feel like going to the dining room and ordered breakfast to my room. Porridge, toast, marmelade, honey, tomatoes, double espresso, sausages, scrambled eggs and other small tibits were served. The espresso was surprisingly good, but I’ll never get to like the sausages. I’ve no idea what is actually in there, but it’s certainly preprocessed and probably worse than your average Chicken Nugget. Dining in your room sets you back 29 GBP. But hey, just swiping the little glass containers of honey, mustard, ketchup and marmelade will make a great gift for your significant other and is well worth it.