Pan, el “must” de los desayunos de hotel
We want to tell you about how eating bread can improve your holidays
Marbella, 9th of September, 2016. There is no greater pleasure than getting away with your partner or friends at the weekend and starting the day with an energetic hotel breakfast. Regardless of whether you’re planning a bit of peace and quiet or if you’ve got plenty of activities on the cards, the first meal of the day will help you prepare for the day and get the most out of your holidays. Especially if you include food that is often bad-mouthed: bread.
5 reasons why you should include bread in your breakfast next holiday:
- It doesn’t make you fat:
If you’re worried about putting on weight during the holidays, rest assured that you can eat plenty of bread, as it is low in fat. This is true to such an extent that nutrition specialists recommend eating around 250 grams of bread per day, equivalent to 4 or 5 pieces distributed across all meals. So don’t cut down!
- It’s a great source of energy:
Regardless if your aim during your getaway is to see as much of the destination as you can, or to relax at the hotel and play a bit of sport, bread gives you energy and lets you face the day with dynamism. One of its greatest advantages is that it is a great source of energy.
- It contains fibre:
It is sometimes common for the stress of travel and changes in eating habits to cause certain stomach problems. In these cases, eating bread is highly recommended, as it contains fibre that helps to regulate the bowels. Wholemeal bread is particularly good for this.
- It is rich in vitamins, minerals and folic acid:
If you don’t have time every day to enjoy a delicious breakfast, take advantage of your getaway to care for yourself from the inside with a product full of vitamins, particularly vitamin B, and minerals like phosphate, magnesium, calcium and potassium. All of these will help to improve the appearance of your hair, nails and skin, and to strengthen other areas such as your central nervous system and your circulatory system. In addition, if you are pregnant or trying for a baby, the folic acid in bread can be very beneficial.
- It fills you up:
If your plan is to have a big breakfast and spend most of the day out and about to discover the destination, you should include bread in your breakfast, as it is a great food for alleviating hunger.
Where can you find a hotel breakfast with delicious bread?
One of the hotel chains placing most importance on well thought-out cuisine is the Andalusian Fuerte Group Hotels, which is largely committed to local products and suppliers. If you’re heading south this autumn and you stay at one of the Fuerte Hotels found in Málaga, Cádiz –except Fuerte Grazalema- or Huelva; or at Amàre Marbella Beach Hotel, recommended for adults, you can enjoy delicious breakfast where bread plays a leading role.
Up to 30 different varieties of bread are at your fingertips, including ciabatta, baguettes, tomato and oregano, olive, payés loaf, Galician style bread,
rustic and multi-cereal baguettes, vintage baguettes, rustic cake, pumpkin seed bread, mini poppy seed rolls, rye bread, sliced black bread, mini sesame seed rolls, soy bread, sliced corn bread, cateto loaf, sunflower seed bread, sliced malt bread, artisan round loaf and mini gluten free baguettes.
Book your autumn getaway now, and bon appétit!
About Fuerte Group Hotels:
Fuerte Group Hotels is the hotel division of El Fuerte Group, an Andalusian family business group founded in 1957 by José Luque Manzano. Following the opening during the same year of the Fuerte Marbella hotel, the first hotel establishment to open in the centre of Marbella and the Fuerte Hoteles chain’s first, the company continued to expand to achieve its current portfolio comprising six 4 star holiday hotels and 1 rental apartment resort, all located in Andalusia (in Málaga, Cádiz and Huelva). In 2016 it launched a new hotel brand, Amàre, targeted at the adult market. Its first establishment was the refurbished Fuerte Miramar, which changed its name to become Amàre Marbella Beach Hotel.