Westin, for example, has a SuperfoodsRx menu, in line with the chain’s wellness ethos. Vince Barrett, vice president of food and beverages/rooms at New Castle Hotels & Resorts, which operates the Westin Portland, Maine, and Westin Jekyll Island Resort and Spa, says that Westin properties must offer at least six “super food” items at each meal (things like avocado, wild salmon, walnuts and blueberries). A team of chefs and wellness experts helps to decide what should be included. Aloft Hotels’ new Re:fuel grab-and-go breakfast pots offer healthier, on-trend alternatives like poached eggs and avocado over quinoa or sweet potato hash with cheddar grits. Most Aloft properties do not have restaurant kitchens, and this is a convenient workaround for providing substantial morning food that can be heated without having a full-service restaurant. At Holiday Inn Express properties in the U.S., guests are treated to Cinnabon “Sweet Treats,” a recipe created just for the brand’s free morning buffet. Get the full story at USA Today