We would start work a 6:00 am and work on rooms until 11:00 then take 30 minute lunch brake and work until the second shift came in to work at 3:00 then me and the first shift team went home for the day.
Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) – Cleveland, OH – January 18, 2018
team work makes the dream work in this collabartively-oriented environment... dealing with guests, guest needs, bookkeeping, and everything else that goes on a hotel requires you to work well with others
I don't think this will be the fairest review, the hotel I specifically worked at had communication problems and a complete disconnection between management and workers. I enjoy Marriott and working for them, the benefits were good it's just that a few people made working there difficult.
Hotel discounts, tons of online coupons, flexible schedule
Cook/House Keeping/ Night Audit (Current Employee) – Newport News, VA – January 16, 2018
Very busy day checking in guest. I learn how to be more patient set up information before the guest arrive. Block rooms early and make keys. Management always help out. Work place is great. When room not ready and guest ready to check in. Checking in guest using there last name as they walk through the door and they have that smile on there face.
Produced/Editor (Former Employee) – Kona, HI – January 16, 2018
We had filmed many weddings at this location and were asked to create a wedding web commercial that would create further interest in their already popular location. We had an original score created and re-edited our wedding footage to create an impactful, engaging video.
I enjoyed interacting with the customers. I would have liked to have gone further but I would have had to take a pay cut to go to another position to get to where I wanted to go. I couldn't afford that.