Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Monmouth, IL – April 13, 2016
A typical night at work, includes a lot of cleaning, getting the breakfast room set up for the morning, and running the nightly audit. I have learned a lot more about customer relations here, than I have the other two places I have worked. The management is great, as well as my co-workers. The hardest part of my job, was audit before I got the hang of it. The most enjoyable part of my job is learning about the guests, and swapping stories, and trying to relate to them.
Housekeeping Supervisor (Former Employee) – Osage, IA – January 26, 2016
My manager was wonderful, she treated us employees like family. Our families benefited from our working there also. We were able to have our families come eat breakfast with us and we were able to stay with our families at a discount when the hotel was not booked. We receive discounts to stay at Americinn Hotels all around the country.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Ironwood, MI – January 12, 2016
AmericInn makes each individual feel at home, very cozy environment with a great staff that will make you feel like family. Front desk work can be stressful at times but teaching life long skills that you will continue to use throughout your career. Communication skills are a MUST. As a Guest Service Rep, you are the face of your hotel, you will be what people remember... make it a great experience for everyone.
I enjoyed meeting new people while employed at this business
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Grundy Center, IA – August 9, 2015
I enjoyed working at AmericInn because of the customers. I was able to meet new people as well as accommodating their needs. I particularly loved working with my co workers and had nothing but admiration for them as well as my bosses.
Meeting new people
Sometimes patrons would completely mess up rooms and it was difficult to stay on schedule.
Front Desk Associate (Former Employee) – Hartford, SD – July 17, 2015
This hotel is clean and beautiful. AmericInn has lots of amenities and friendly service. The suites are huge and have hot tubs. The rooms are beautiful and up to date. There is always hot coffee ready for the guest.
productive work place. alway answering phones and setting up reservation for guest
Front desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Douglas, MI – June 5, 2014
a typical work day for me is answering phones and setting up reservations for guest. always on the phone and computer. I learned how to make resrvations. all my co workers are very hard working and friendly.the hardest part of the job is when theirs nothing to do I get to speak with people all day.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Roseau, MN – June 3, 2014
It was a good job to start out with, but soon I was working full-time hours when I asked for part-time, and was working and covering shifts for others that did not show up. I enjoyed making friendships with the other workers, but did not enjoy picking up ALL of the slack from them.
Housekeeping (Current Employee) – Fargo, ND – April 24, 2014
I start my job at 9am during the week and 10am on the weekends. My board and my sheet of rooms and key is waiting for me already. I clock in and start stocking my cart. I work at my own pace and I am usually the first one done. After I am done I ask others if they need any help and I help them. I really would not say that there is any hard part to this job. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that my clean rooms everyday somebody enjoys them. The cleanliness of them and I like my rooms to sparkle and that's what I do.