Hyatt Place Introduces New Complimentary Breakfast

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Hyatt hotels treat me pretty well due to my Globalist status. I usually enjoy a great breakfast usually in the Club Lounge for free when I stay with Hyatt. The Hyatt Place is announcing today a new breakfast experience offering a new  “Build Your Own” complimentary breakfast that sounds pretty great. Via the Hyatt Newsroom,

Hyatt Place Introduces New Complimentary Breakfast

The Hyatt Place brand today announced its new, innovative breakfast experience that puts the power of breakfast in guests’ hands with customizable Build Your Own Breakfast Bowls and Greek Yogurt Parfaits.

Expanding on the “You’ve Come Too Far to Settle Now” platform, the Hyatt Place and Hyatt House brands are inspiring guests to elevate their on-the-go routine with convenient dining choices that flex to meet their needs. The new Hyatt Place “Build Your Own” complimentary breakfast reminds guests not to settle when it comes to the most important meal of their day. With the customizable breakfast bowls and Oikos® nonfat Greek yogurt parfaits, guests are sure to find the right balance to fit their morning routine – from premium ingredients, such as cage-free eggs and all-natural bacon and sausage, to more indulgent ones, including a warm caramelized banana yogurt topping.

Available at Hyatt Place hotels across the United States and Canada, uniquely themed breakfast bowls and Greek yogurt parfaits are offered throughout the week to add variety for guests.

  • Classic American Bowl: Cage-free eggs, all-natural bacon or sausage, and a sweet side of pancakes or waffles (available Saturday-Monday)
  • Southern Comfort Bowl: Cage-free eggs topped with southern skillet potatoes, sausage gravy and hot sauce (available Tuesday)
  • Little Italy Bowl: Cage-free eggs topped with roasted Parmesan potatoes, all-natural sausage links and tomato bruschetta (available Wednesday)
  • California Dreamin’ Bowl: Cage-free eggs topped with ancient grain and kale blend, all-natural bacon and avocado salsa (available Thursday)
  • Burrito Bowl: Cage-free eggs topped with roasted corn and black beans, oven-roasted sausage and potatoes, salsa and lime crema (available Friday)
  • Bananas Foster Parfait: Oikos® nonfat Greek vanilla yogurt topped with bananas Foster compote and caramel (available Monday, Wednesday and Friday)
  • Tangy Berry Bliss Parfait: Oikos® nonfat Greek vanilla yogurt topped with berry compote and French toast croutons (available Tuesday and Thursday)

Hyatt Introduces New Complementary Breakfast

How do the new themed breakfast bowls and Greek yogurt parfaits at Hyatt Places sound to you? Post a comment.

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HT: Hyatt Newsroom
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  1. Hyatt Place in San Juan Puerto Rico rolled this out a few months ago. I was a bit disappointed as I have really come to like the breakfast sandwiches but overall it was still pretty good.

  2. Hyatt dropped the ball with their new loyalty program. I booked away from Hyatt this year. It will be very hard to lure me back as I’ll never get 60 stays at Hyatt. You have to pick your partners. I went with Hilton and Starwood.

  3. Sounds good and the pictures look great.
    I’m at a Hyatt Place right now (Charleston) and the execution is so so. Not sure what they had before but this breakfast seems to be a typical breakfast buffet. Not great but not bad either.

  4. @Bill: Thanks! 😉
    When I saw the title of this post I was curious what the other thing (complementary to the breakfast) would be. But I guess you are right, it is about a complimentary breakfast.

    Now about something else, it looks funny to me that Hyatt touts cage-free eggs as something premium … and always highlights that the eggs are from chicken not living in cages.
    Why does that look funny to me? Because it is illegal to hold chicken in cages … at least here in Germany … and I think in all of the EU (not sure but believe so).

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