Event Setup/ Guest Services (Current Employee) – Savannah, GA – December 9, 2015
Its a nice place to work, however, the work-life balance is one sided. The most enjoyable part about the job is the Marriott discounts, and other company benefits. All of my co workers are fun to be around for the most park.
Manager (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – June 15, 2017
Due to an extremely involved large corporate office of 70 people for 8 small hotels, every small detail at the hotel is micromanaged. Hotel goals and procedures our changed daily at the whim of the COO who has very little operational hotel experience. But the corporate minions scramble to her direction to keep their jobs. This creates a toxic work environment which few people can live in more than a few months. The corporate culture in spite how it is written is executed in a manner with contempt for the employees who are considered to be expendable at any moment. Do your self a favor and research these guys in Glass door and linked in former employees before ever taking a job with them. You will be glad you did.
Corporate surprise inspections, corporate showing how superior they are to the employees and belittleing them at every chance, Benefits being reduced every chance they get.
Server (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – April 27, 2017
Whereas your fellow "Grand Performers" (co-worker) are great, you will find that management is highly unorganized and unwilling to promote from within. If you are in food & beverage, you will NOT be able to take any lunch breaks and will be working 80-90 hours bi-weekly.
steward (Former Employee) – Savannah, gs – October 11, 2015
management handled things in strange ways, wasn't concerned for the safety of guest. only focused on money, which in my eyes is wrong since this is suppose to be a place that welcomes guest with"5star" quality. '
meet a lot of people from different places
management lack of respect for tourist, guest, locals, and GPS.
Group Coordinator (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – July 21, 2013
I had a good experience working there. I learned lots about the city i'm from and got to do many new things. The tours were fun and informative and the Wedding were incredible. They had events to boost the morale of employees and did a good job.
Assistant Sous Chef (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – July 18, 2012
The Mansion was a great hotel. I was given the chance to flex my creativity and create lots of menus and specials. Unfortunately, I was not being compensated for the work I was doing. The management needs some improvement. I constantly found myself covering for my "supervisors" while getting no credit for the work I was doing.