Best Hotel Room-Service Burgers
New York City: Four Seasons
This natural Niman Ranch beef burger weighs in at a hefty 10 ounces, and that’s not counting the hickory-smoked bacon and Vermont cheddar cheese (or a special order of Maytag blue), all on a toasted brioche bun. It’s served with lettuce, sliced tomatoes, and raw onions, with an ample side of steak fries. $30.
Tokyo: Park Hyatt
Say arigato to a grilled Wagyu beef burger smothered in melted cheddar on a toasted sesame bun. Toppings include lettuce, tomato, red onion, and a sour pickle slice. Make sure to special-order the New York Grill’s golden-brown shoestring taters, which are fried in duck fat. $25.
Mexico City: Habita
At this Polanco-district hot spot, room service delivers a hearty lamb burger with Roquefort and lime mayonnaise. The wedge-cut potatoes, seasoned with truffle salt, are perfectas. $15.
Honolulu: Kahala Resort
Aloha here means a Hawaiian-style, coarse-ground Angus beef patty topped with a fried egg, bacon, guacamole, white cheddar, and shaved onions on a toasted Kaiser roll. On the side: paprika-seasoned fries, spicy ketchup, mayonnaise, and mustard. $20.
Arizona: Mii Amo at Enchantment
Go healthy with this resort spa’s veggie burger, made with rolled oats, quinoa, zucchini, yellow squash, carrots, bell pepper, cremini and portobello mushrooms, red onion, garlic, parsley, thyme, oregano, and egg whites. Served with lettuce, tomato, and sweet-onion ketchup, it adds up to only 208 calories—unless you add Vermont white cheddar cheese (recommended!). $13.
London: The Connaught
Your personal butler will deliver a Wagyu beef burger—on bespoke Wedgwood china—topped with a special reserve Gruyère. The organic sesame-seed buns are baked daily in the hotel kitchen. $30.