The breakfast at Best Western was one of the selling points for us, since we were trying to stick to a budget on this trip. I wasn’t exactly sure what we were in for, but we were pleasantly surprised!
Our first morning was an early one, so we got breakfast right after the room opened up at 6:30. We were the first ones there, and not many more people showed up before we headed out for the day. Granted, we also we getting to the parks really early, since it was our first day and we were wanting to beat the crowds (the park didn’t open until 9:00).
I’m a pretty picky eater, so I had the same thing for breakfast every morning. Brian, on the other hand, decided to switch it up from morning to morning. They had a decent selection of food, which I really appreciated.
For hot foods, they had make your own waffles, with all sorts of toppings and warm syrup. Those seemed to be a hit with most guests that I saw over our stay. There was also sausage patties, egg patties, hard boiled eggs, and potatoes. I appreciated the toaster, which they had english muffins and a few varieties of bread for.
There was also an oatmeal machine, which I thought was really cool! We didn’t have any, but it seemed like a neat idea. Across from the oatmeal machine was a fridge of yogurt, which had both regular yogurt and Greek yogurt. There was a toppings station right there, as well.
If you’re a cereal kind of breakfast person, there were four different options, along with two different types of milk. We also can't forget the pastry case! There were donuts, muffins, and danishes. They also had a juice machine, and a water filter, which we used to fill up our water bottle every morning.
For me, breakfast every morning was an english muffin with a piece of sausage (I made it into a sandwich), some juice, and a piece of fruit (they had apples and bananas). For Brian, it was either a waffle or yogurt, sausage, and some juice. We’re not very exciting with our breakfast choices, but I’m honestly really glad they have such a large variety! I know that it can be hard to please everyone in your group, so variety is important!