The best hotel buffets around the world – including bottomless champagne and chocolate rooms

FAMILIES eager to get away are missing the hot weather, the beaches – and the hotel buffet.

Often one of the best parts of a hotel stay, they don't always mean soggy and unappetising menu options – here are some of the best hotel buffets around the world.

Atlantis The Palm, Dubai

Unsurprisingly, the Atlantic The Palm hotel in Dubai is home to the largest buffet in the city.

Located at the Saffron restaurant, the buffet has a whopping 20 live cooking stations including a seafood bar with lobster, oysters and sushi.

There are 220 dishes to pick from but head there on Friday for their party brunch events.

This is where the drinks stations kick in – including a Jack Daniels bar, mojito bar and a Pina Colada bar.

La Mamounia, Marrakech

La Mamouna, located in the royal gardens in Marrakech, reopened last year after renovation works, after being voted one of the best hotels in the world.

The buffet breakfast can be eaten next to the swimming pool with a range of local Morrocan dishes and Meditereannnan options.

There are also sweet treats and cakes, including pastries made by French patisserie Pierre Hermé who is famed for his rose and raspberry croissants.

Soneva Kiri, Thailand

One of the most lavish buffets in Thailand, there is authentic Thai food along with Mediterranean and Indian cuisines.

There is even a dedicated ham and cheese room, as well as a chocolate room with cookies, truffles and treats to add to your plate.

Or, head to the Ice Cream Parlour which has an entire a chilled wall of more than 60 flavours of ice creams and sorbets.

Fancy a thrill? Grab a table and dine in the canopy at Treepod Dining where waiters serve you via zipline.

The Landmark London

Breakfast at The Landmark hotel in London is served at the Winter Garden, one of the most beautiful spots in the city with towering palm trees in the lobby.

Options include fancy pastries and continental choices, as well as sweet crepe and omelette stations.

The Sunday Champagne brunch is one not to miss, which includes unlimited glasses of bubbly.

Sofitel Bali Nusa Dua, Bali

Along with Balinese delicacies, there are Western options such as fry ups, as well as Japanese, Indian and European options.

However, it is another one for holidaymakers who have a sweet tooth – the brunch has everything from a chocolate fountain to cakes, treats and snacks all made using chocolate.

They also regularly have themed food events such as Brunch À la Française which has French delicacies and unlimited booze of wine, beers and of course French champagne.

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Theme parks also have some very high-class hotel suites especially at Disney World and Universal Orlando.

However, a hotel etiquette has revealed what is okay to take from a buffet – and what isn't.

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