These are some eccentric accommodations.
“Diet” water, melted ice cream, blowfish and a guest’s fish catch cooked to order are a few of the unusual in Hotels.com’s inaugural Room Service Report released Tuesday.
Other bizarre asks include an egg-free shakshuka (an egg-heavy dish); a no-egg-white omelet; cockle popcorn; a rice bowl for a dog; and bison.
Nearly 500 hotels around the world were surveyed in April, with the poll finding the demand for room service is on the rise at 45% of participating US hotels.
The report also highlights some of the most unique room service offerings.
If you want a burger that costs nearly three times the price of your room, head to the Post Oak Hotel in Houston for the Black Gold Burger.
The $1,600 nosh consists of 16 ounces of Wagyu beef, seared foie gras and black truffle on a brioche bun infused with caviar and coated in 24-karat gold. Rooms go for a mere $540 per night.
Park Lane New York, meanwhile, offers on-demand caviar via the ‘s caviar hotline.
Also in Manhattan, the famed Plaza Hotel sells the “Home Alone” sundae, featuring 16 scoops of ice cream and layers of toppings, for $300. Rooms start at $761 per night.
for movies such as “Home Alone 2,” “The Great Gatsby” and “The Way We Were.”