Four Seasons Maldives Introduces 15 Minute Room Service

Maldives Promotion House – On the tranquil atolls of Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa, it’s hard to imagine anyone being in a hurry to do anything –except perhaps toasting a surprise engagement with a selection of sparkling wines and gourmet nibbles ranging from handmade chocolate truffles to chilled shrimp with Marie Rose sauce, and fatayer sabanekh (Arabian spinach pastries).

However it’s a common scenario for time-starved travellers on a tight schedule when meals are skipped, or grabbed on the go to less-than-satisfying results. Four Seasons to the rescue: introducing new 15-Minute Room Service, available company-wide by the end of the year.

“Whether needing to quickly replenish after a workout or wanting to toast the perfect sunset, 15-Minute Room Service provides quick and delicious meals for those who want it right away,” executive vice president, global product and innovation at Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Christopher Hunsberger said.

“It’s also ideal for those who are on the go. Ideally, every meal would be enjoyed at leisure, but at times we really just need to grab a bite quickly– and there’s no reason that it can’t be freshly-made with quality ingredients, and entirely delicious.”

Each Four Seasons has created its own gourmet menu based on local tastes and ingredients. Menu choices are creative and flavourful, and designed for top speed delivery to one’s room in just 15 minutes. In some resort destinations, delivery is guaranteed in 20 minutes to allow for greater distances between kitchens and accommodations.

Some hotels suggest full meal options, and others offer à la carte choices to mix and match. Many choices are available “to go,” are airline security-friendly, and can even be delivered to the front drive as guests jump in a car on the way to catch a flight.

“At Four Seasons, we’re constantly looking for new ways to make the most of our guest’s time and enhance their experience. By putting ourselves in the place of our guests and imagining what could make their lives easier, we’re able to come up with new services, amenities and approaches to doing business on a regular basis. Putting guests first and delivering good quality food quickly is just the latest in a long history of innovations,” Hunsberger added.

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