Originally published by USA Today.
Hotel minibars are becoming either rarer — in favor of all-hours snacks for sale in the lobby or on demand in vending machines — or more curated toward the individual needs of guest preferences.
Forget potato chips and beer, minibars these days are stocking items that are much more intriguing.
You may have never imagined a walking stick, flavored insects or juice cleanses as a hotel “snack,” but these days, they are becoming all the rage. As hoteliers look for unique ways to differentiate their offerings, the competition is heating up.