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Frolicking on the beach and in the pool and soaking up the Florida sunshine can do a number on your hunger, so it’s a good thing that One Ocean Resort & Spa offers 24-hour room service. You’ll find classic breakfast fare like brioche French toast or beef tenderloin with poached eggs to start the day. Soups, salads and sandwiches comprise much of the all-day dining menu (think pepperoni flatbread, a cornmeal-crusted seafood Cobb salad, fettuccine with gorgonzola cream and roasted onions and a jerk chicken wrap. The dinner menu’s a bit more dressed up, with tempting items like tomato bisque and the Azurea crab cake atop collard greens, coriander-rubbed ahi tuna with cippolini onion risotto, and roasted chicken breast with a black-eyed pea and tomato cassoulet. After hours (that is, from 10 p.m. to 6:30 a.m.), you’ll find the menu offers a pretty good selection of dishes including shrimp cocktail or cheese plates to Caesar salad and a 12-ounce strip steak with vegetables and assorted flatbreads. And for those extra-early risers, who like to be up and at ’em at dawn, dig into buttermilk pancakes and eggs served any style with potatoes and your choice of breakfast meat. When staying at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, you’ll never have to worry about being hungry — and not just because all the snacks in your mini-bar are complimentary, either.