Element Hotels introduces new homemade granola menu

Bowl of granola

Element Hotels, a Starwood Hotels & Resorts brand for sustainable brand for travelers committed to healthy living, is refreshing its popular complimentary RISE breakfast by adding a simple yet healthy option for guests to enjoy: a rotating menu of handmade granola, created exclusively for the extended-stay global brand.

Offered in every Element hotel around the world, Element’s homemade granola menu will be available each morning, premixed in a beautiful glass container nestled among other healthy options like fresh juices and smoothies, yogurts, egg white wraps, locally sourced baked goods and freshly brewed coffee and teas. There are 12 recipes in all and each will be available at different times throughout the year at Element hotels across the globe. Element homemade granola recipes are: honey peanut butter, almond cranberry, pumpkin pie, apricot almond coconut, buckwheat raisin, maple walnut pumpkin seed, pecan chocolate chip coconut, pineapple macadamia, pistachio coconut, toasted quinoa, vegan buckwheat and walnut & date.

“Element guests are committed to maintaining their healthy and active lifestyles while on the road - they don’t let the perils of bad airport food or late night minibar raids become parts of their travel experience,” said Paige Francis, vice president, global brand management, Element Hotels. “In fact, our guests tell us they come back again and again not just because our RISE breakfast is free, but because it is healthy. Granola is a simple yet satisfying breakfast item and is so versatile that it really can be seasonless. That’s why it makes the perfect addition to and Element RISE breakfast.”

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