Care for some diet water with blowfish? New survey reveals the weirdest hotel room service requests

Hotels typically try to accommodate guests to the best of their ability, but according to a recent survey, some properties may have taken that sentiment a bit too far.

In its first-ever Room Service Report, surveyed nearly 500 hotels offering in-room dining in an effort to expose the most bizarre requests made by hotel guests, according to a news release.

“The report surveyed hotel partners around the world to reveal what’s ‘in’ when dining in from the trendiest to the most eccentric orders, as well as hotels with over-the-top room service options like a $1,600 burger and a $300 ice cream sundae. ,” wrote in the release.

The 10 most unusual room service requests were as follows:

The survey also found that some properties are pushing the boundaries of room service to go beyond food, offering in-room concerts and even a personal Lego butler.

Burgers were also found to be the most popular room service order globally, beating out pizza, club sandwiches, tacos, and fries.

Plus, the survey found hotel guests aren’t afraid to splurge on room service, spending on average more than $100.

In the wake of the study, spokesperson Melanie Fish said the company will cover tens of thousands of dollars in room service charges for lucky hotel guests this summer.

“Room service holds a special place in the hearts of hotel guests,” said Melanie Fish, spokesperson for “Whether it’s a treat-yourself moment or a must-have after a long day of sightseeing, there’s a certain satisfaction in having someone else foot the bill. That’s why we’re covering up to $30,000 in room service bills this summer, so guests can go all-in on their favorite in-room experience. And a tip for gold and silver rewards members – you can find VIP properties where food and beverage credit is always on the menu in the app.”

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