Fresh and Healthy
Hotel Restaurants don’t serve merely squeezed juices nowadays—they’ve stepped up their game by offering fresh juices.
This is because health-conscious hotel guests prefer fresh juices with red beets, carrots, ginger, and kale than store-bought juices. Hotels have seen that fresh juice stands and stores are becoming more popular than ever, and they’ve responded quickly.
Hotels have started marketing fresh juices and smoothies—whether greens or not, making customers want to try smoothiemaking too! Knowing that juice is “freshly served” in a particular hotel is something customers would want.
This is the list of hotels that pioneered the “fresh” juice movement in the USA last 2014.
The Fairmont Washington, D.C
They offered the “Strawberry Shrub” juice which is a blend of strawberries (obviously), apple cider vinegar, and parsley. It’s an ideal juice for cleansing.
Kimpton Hotels and Restaurant
They’ve launched a juice menu with three blends. They’ve included “Being Green” which is a mixture of celery, spinach cucumber, and lemon. They began serving it at 10 Kimpton properties before offering them to all their hotels nationwide.
Several Four Seasons Hotels
They were also part of the “fresh” revolution. They’re popular because of their made-to-order juice and smoothie bars. These fresh juices include cucumber, pineapple, broccoli, celery, pear, spinach, ginger, leafy greens, and peppers.
Four Seasons Resort the Biltmore Santa Barbara
They’re well-known for their organic juices and juice program called “Farm to Straw.” They use ingredients from local farms which are either certified organic or operating towards certification.
Fresh juices have been dominating hotels and even homes ever since quality juicers became the answer to the problems of health-conscious people. To be honest, there’s nothing wrong with fresh juices. The only issue one should be aware of is the danger of consuming too much fruit juices. It’s recommended to prioritize vegetable juices over fruit juices because fruits contain sugar, and too much sugar isn’t healthy at all, even if they’re served in a glass of juice.