The cinnamon rolls at Holiday Inn Express are pretty darn good. I know they’re frozen and warmed up under the Holiday Inn Express heat lamp but I like them. They also have lots of cereals, bread, english muffins, biscuits and sausage gravy and coffee and juice. Overall, much better than other ‘free’ breakfast buffets at these type of hotels.
The Emabassy Suites (up until last year at least) had the cooked to order breakfast (no problem getting sunny-side eggs) with crisp bacon and good (per my girlfriend) coffee. They also had the happy hour in the afternoon with beer, wine, and a few liquors like tequila, rum, vodka, etc. Not premium stuff, but good and included in the room price. Hooray for Garfield! [:D]
As for folks taking enough food for seventeen people, as Laura Linney pointed out in the movie You Can Count on Me; "…the world is a horrible place and people suck…."