Cereal and almond milk<br>
Big box of crackers<br>
Bag of apples<br>
Bunch of bananas<br>
Nuts and trail mix<br>
Loaf of sandwich bread<br>
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Ask fancy-smancy hotel chef to make something vegan for you? Find a vegan restaurant near-by?</div>
That's what I'd be doing. Whenever I go out of town, 1st thing I do is search for veg*n friendly restaurants to try out.
If I didn't want to eat out or try to eat from the hotel restaurant (I'm assuming they have a restaurant attached) I'd probably do wraps with hummus and veggies, salads, hummus and cucumbers for snacks, random fruits and veggies for breakfast and snacks, sandwiches, etc. When I visited my mom I didn't even have a fridge in my hotel room so I just ate out once a day in the late afternoon and otherwise just ate raw fruits and veggies the rest of the time.
I usually take cliff bars or bora bora bars with me places. If you have room to pack, you can buy some of McDougalls noodle cups. They are fairly small but will tide you over until you can get out to eat. Granted, you'd need to have at least some sort purified hot water source. If they don't have a water coffee heater thing in the room, they would probably have hot water in the hotel lobby xP (and if they are fancy smancy, they definitely would xD) Most hotels usually have breakfasts in the morning too and they usually have fruit, hashbrowns, oatmeal, or bagels you can eat. If they are a fancy smancy hotel, they should be able to accomodate you if you ask
Does it have a coffee pot or kettle? Many do. We've boiled water and made instant oatmeal and grits that way (be sure to boil water and few times and empty it to get rid of any coffee flavour in the pot) But yeah--cereal and hummus etc as other people said. And peanut butter--can go on fruit or bread.<br><br>
Oh and the last time we had to stay in a hotel and only had a fridge and a coffee pot we were able to go down to the breakfast area and use their toaster.
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