General Manager (Former Employee) – Clearfield, PA – June 1, 2017
This Hotel was a great introductory to the hospitality business. the owner has little to no knowledge on how to effectively run a business, but the effort was always there. There were no benefits, and because of the lack of experience they would constantly call at all hours to ask questions or expect me to drop everything and come in without pay. They always appreciated it, but from time to time took advantage of me.
Housekeeping Supervisor (Former Employee) – Erlanger, KY – September 20, 2017
Worked at the one in Erlanger, Ky. I would never ever step foot back in that place again. You are treated horribly. The owner has no backbone and lets the woman at the front desk say who works there and who doesn't. The place is nasty. They get free donuts from a place down the road that they were going to throw out. And they serve that garbage to the guests. And the fridge that they store them in is so nasty I would never eat them.
There is no pro except maybe that you can live there and work there
Front Desk Attendant (Current Employee) – Kenton, OH – June 9, 2017
I check in guests, answer phones, take in cash and credit cards. I write the schedule and do the payroll. I work on all three shifts through out the week. The job is very easy to do and does not require a lot of working. The hardest part of the job is learning how to handle guests that are upset and try to figure out how to correct the situation. The other hard part is having to train individuals that only last for a couple of months and then quit on us. They enjoyable part of the job is the people that I work with.
United States (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – March 4, 2017
The boss works ypu 14 + hours and comes in when he wants. Paying 6 and hour and if you take longer than 5 minutes for a break you lose an hour. Allow men to rent a room for 30 minutes (*if your catch my drift*) and leave and your stuck cleaning up after him and the nasty female he brought along.