View Full Version : Breakfast at HNY
02-27-2003, 07:49 PM
Can anyone tell me what's so different about the breakfast at HNY as I noticed on the Fantasyland thread a few comments that it was better - Is there more choice etc etc? and how come you can't do the Fantasyland b/fast if you stay there?
neo's white rabbit
03-01-2003, 05:22 AM
I wish someone would answer you as I'd like to know too!
03-02-2003, 02:35 PM
The difference is not astounding but is nether the less there. At the HNY you are given real metal cuttelry and real napkins, also real tablecloths (ok, not hugely important but a nice touch just the same!), unlike the SL, NPB and the good morning fantasyland breakfast. Here you get plastic knives and forks, paper napkins and paper or no tablecloths. On the food front at the SL, NPB or fantasyland breakfast you only have one choice of juice - orange. At HNY you can have orange, apple or grapefruit juice served from nice silver holders. There appears to be a larger choice of cereal. There is more fruit available also. However both breakfasts share simalarities of bread, croissants, cheese, ham, fruit salad, yogurts etc.
I dont know why you cant do the fantasyland breakfast if you stay there, maybe its a perk for the other hotels. Its probably that people who stayed there would complain on the quality of the fantasyland breakfast if offered. Also the hotel appeals to older people who may not want the fantasyland breakfast? Anyway when i stayed there it was offered me as a "special offer" when i arrived. I took the offer and wish it was permanantly offered at HNY.
neo's white rabbit
03-02-2003, 04:08 PM
Thanks for the clarification :)
03-02-2003, 06:07 PM
It is interesting that the HNY breakfast is of a markedly higher quality than the Fantasyland one. Can't see why - but here's a story from my personal file.
Now we normally stay at the Disneyland Hotel and I quite enjoy their breakfasts. However one time we were on the Admiral's Floor of the Newport Bay, and as this is the biggest and most popular hotel, I was expecting similar standards. Err, no. Hardly any choice, took ages to get served with drinks, and worst of all, warm UHT milk for cereal (sorry, can't stand that stuff, makes my stomach retch). For the rest of the trip, I skipped breakfast, got in the park earlier and grabbed something from Main Street and ate it while I waited for the rope to drop.
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