Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – November 3, 2015
I learned how to not feed into certain things that are irrelevant. The most I enjoyed about my job is meeting new people. I have learned a lot from this company like leaving my problems behind. Keeping a smile on my face.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Traverse City, MI – January 1, 2015
I would start my day in the office, we would all get the run down on what needed to be done right away and our list of rooms we needed to clean. We always worked as a team and helped each other out.
While I was working there I learned the meaning of team work, and when you have a great boss how smoothly things can go, and when you work hard it pays off. I've never had a manager have so much respect and care for their employers as I did working for this company.
The management and the boss of this company treated everyone with respect, and if something came up and it was important they always understood. All the managers of the different departments were always there and answered any questions you had worked well with their employers.
The co-workers I had there were also very great to work with. If they finished their list of rooms they had they would always be more than wiling to help. No matter how stressful the day was you knew you always had someone there for you and that always makes a great place to work at.
I think the hardest part of the job was sometimes you had to get rooms done quickly so people could stay and the rooms and they had to be spotless. other than that I loved that job. Also the second hardest thing about the job was having to leave and come back to New Hampshire.
The most enjoyable part of my job there was the people I worked with and the management, also the people that were regulars and stayed there all the time always made your day.
free lunches, nice notes from the people that stayed in the rooms
HOUSING KEEPING (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – November 15, 2014
The Housekeeper keeps the community clean and safe for residents, staff and guests. Our commitment to the highest level of hospitality creates a need for uncompromising cleanliness, neatness, and customer service
Front Desk Receptionist (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – June 29, 2014
A typical day at the hotel is managing the rush of large groups of guest enjoying the complimentary breakfast and the mass check out of the guests usually occurring around 10am-11am. Then the day slows down and in that time you prep for the night shift, handling any special requests or necessary accommodations.
Housekeeper/Floor Supervisor (Former Employee) – Traverse City, MI – May 5, 2014
Best place I've ever worked. It was such an honor to be a part of the team! I only left because I had to relocate! Cambria and the management are amazing! Fair pay, equal opportunities for advancement. Love this place! They appreciate their employee and treat everyone wonderfully with holiday parties and occasional free lunches for the staff!
Guest Service Agent (Current Employee) – Columbus, Ohio – January 16, 2014
This hotel is American owned and operated and is a pleasant place to work. There is just no room to advance. If you need a steady reliable job then this would be great as long as you are happy with what you do.
Intern (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – June 5, 2013
The Front Desk attendants, Café and Housekeeping workers were friendly. Front Desk attendants was Courteous to the guests and knew the long term guests by name. Slow paced in the morning and became more faced paced when the afternoon began. I learned, greet guests going in and out, making sure the guests stay goes well and to leave your personal life outside of work. The hardest part during my externship was having guests in front and a future guest on the phone. The most enjoyable part was meeting new people and working beside a great Front Desk Attendant that gave me pointers before I left for my first job.
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – March 26, 2013
I worked at two different Cambria Suites and have to say they both were the best hotels I've ever worked at. They were new so guests were always happy which made my job so easy. With the bar in the lobby as a front desk agent you get much more guest interaction than other hotels. It has this warm inviting aura to the hotel. The brand new Technology is stellar. And the big TV right in front of the front desk to watch all day was pretty cool even though all day all we were allowed to watch was CNN.