Pros: free coffee, discounts on franchise hotels, clean, safe environment.
The ownership insists on minimum wage for all staff, except for a privileged few. This may be negotiable at hire.
Free coffee in the lobby, although the owners cringe when you take a cup. They don't even allow for an employee discount (although Club Carlson requires it) They break many franchise rules in the interest of greed, and are notorious for treating their employees as second class citizens. (Especially the women)
They don't offer medical insurance.
The management is kind, and the general employee body are a pleasure to work with and for. The work is relatively simple and mindless. The customers are a pleasure to work with, and regulars make the hotel feel homey. The hotel is clean, safe, quiet, and if you don't mind the lack of pay, medical insurance, and perks, it is a pleasure to work there.