3. Many hotels skimp on food.
Tables in all-inclusive hotels are full of vegetables and fruit salads. Also, it’s possible to order a delivery of beautifully cut fruit to your room. But quite often, you can find very cheap ingredients decommissioned from the shelves of warehouses and stores. Safety agencies regularly do checks that often show that some hotels buy only expired foods.
4. Seafood may turn out to be canned.
People that like seafood need to know a “trick” that many chefs in hotels use. In a lot of situations, they use canned foods that get soaked in beer before they are served. This way, they achieve the illusion of freshness.