London, UK, April 1 2017 – Hotels.com™, the leading accommodation expert, confirmed today that its UK hotels will rebrand breakfast to “brexfast” following the triggering of article 50 by the U.K. government earlier this week, which will see the U.K. leave the European Union in 2019.
With increasing customer concerns for the availability of the German sausage or Danish pastry following the news, the ‘brexfast’ will be a continental culinary delight of European breakfast items from croissants to charcuterie.
A spokesperson from Hotels.com moved to reassure its customers that choice was important at breakfast: ‘At Hotels.com we think all the talk of Brexit has given our customers indigestion – so we’re delighted to say that we’ll be offering a continental ‘brexfast’ to our customers – whether it’s French croissant, Danish pastries or German sausage – Hotels.com customers won’t be disappointed.
Last year we saw the threat of ‘Marmageddon’ when Marmite on toast looked like the latest Brexit casualty, but whether it’s a continental breakfast or a full English fry-up – Brexit won’t mean we’re missing out on breakfast favourites at Hotels.com.”
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