I recently saw a link to an article on Conde Nast Traveler’s website that drew my attention: How Grubhub, Uber Eats, and Other Meal-Delivery Apps are Killing Hotel Room Service. This made me think of the all times I’ve ordered room service at a hotel. We usually had spent a long day traveling or sightseeing and the last thing we wanted to do was wander around a strange city to find a place to eat. So getting comfortable in our room and having food delivered sounded great.
When you leave your hotel room for the day, there’s a bunch of stuff you may want to bring with you…wallet, jacket, anything you may need for the day, etc. But if you’re just putting your room service tray outside your room, you may think your door will stay open, so you might not bring your key. Especially when