As a server i didn't make much money and management was a MESS!
Server (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 25, 2017
The hotel itself is great as a guest but NOT as an employee! It reminded me of high school with all the gossip and immaturity! I just wanted to do my job and go home NOT compete in a popularity contest! I would be punished for things others constantly got away with and was REALLY punished for reporting my manager! I would NEVER work at that particular hotel ever again!
Great benefits once you qualify
Pretty much everything else ie hostile work environment, not enough money, poor management, etc
During my experience working at the Embassy Suites, Dorado, PR, I had the opportunity to interact with a group of top level professionals with extraordinary technical capabilities but also great people skills. They trusted me at the point that allowed me to get involved in deals closures with potential clients and manage interactions with important guests at the hotel. Great experience where I learned a lot.
Very producive work place good communication skills and helping
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – Livonia, MI – April 18, 2017
I been employed there for about 3 years it was a awesome work place just had a hard time when I lost my car and I had to take the bus and a shuttle it was way to far so I had to give it up I enjoyed working there they adopted me and my family for Christmas
Free lunchs shows some time free breakfast bbqs and picnics car washes
It has been my greatest pleasure working for Embassy Suites. A typical day starts with preparations of breakfast items for our guests oftentimes beginning at 4:00 am. With or without a colleague, it was my pleasure to learn to excel at preparing foods for a large number scale. Had I made any mistakes, constructive criticism was utilized by Executive Chef Tony Hilty with regards to improvements of quality and timings of prepared items. He also allowed all his culinary staff to widen their skills in other areas of the kitchen. The hotel staff are considered family to me. Every area of the hotel staff are very friendly, and open to new friendships and family ties. I thank Embassy Suites for my time there, and the skills I learned from all the staff.
free breakfasts, many excelled positions hired within hotel over outside hirings. Marvelous benifits packages
Breakfast Supervisor (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – April 17, 2017
The worst place ever to work. Management is clueless and wants the title but don't want to do the job that comes with it. Staff in my department was very disrespectful and did whatever they wanted and nothing was done about it. Glad to be away from that Godawful place!