Most of us have been there at some point whether you travel for home or pleasure. You are sitting in your hotel room and want a cup of coffee so you try the in room coffee maker, happy that you did not have to leave your room or wait for room service to deliver a pot of coffee to your guest room. Your glee quickly turns to disappointment once you sip the coffee and discover that it is lacking in the taste department.
If you are in infrequent traveler, this is probably a minor inconvenience and something you just learn to live with. However, for those of us who travel on at least a somewhat regular basis, this can be more than an inconvenience. Especially when you at your hotel and need to get work done and all you want is a good cup of coffee in to get you going again, particularly late at night. So why is it so hard to get a quality cup of coffee in your hotel room coffee maker?
I decided to go right to the source and ask a hotel industry veteran why the guest room coffee makers produce such an unimpressive cup of coffee. In the video you will learn the answer (think convenience) as well as gain insight into how many people actually use them (which may explain why it won’t get better anytime soon).