Our group is looking to save some money and make some of our meals in our room. We're bringing a large cooler for drinks and things like lunch meat. We visited some friends at a convention last year that had brought along a rice cooker and a slow cooker. I thought this was a brilliant way to save some time and money by not going out to eat. Until someone pointed out that some hotels might kick you out for just having a slow cooker or anything like it in your room.
I guess I was just wondering if anyone has done/does this or knows specific hotel policies? We are staying at the Westin. I've scoured their site and could not find any type of "prohibited items" list or anything close to that.