"At the breakfast this morning at the hotel, they had honey flowing from an actual honeycomb." (Image/caption credit: Aashish3000)
That's at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando. I looked into it, and it turns out that multiple Ritz-Carlton outposts have adopted this form of honey delivery. Here's an explanation from the R-C in North Carolina, for instance:
The roof of The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte is home to two fully-contained beehives whose 100,000 seasonal inhabitants assist in pollination and provide natural honey for the hotel. Chemical-free raw honey from the rooftop honeybees is used for the house-made Honey Pecan Gelato served at popular Lobby ice cream socials at The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte. It is also used throughout the hotel's kitchens, in beverages at The Punch Room, dishes in the Lobby Lounge, and delectable desserts at Bar Cocoa.