Great work environment to work in. I had the opportunity to work here for two years, I was able to work in the spa industry while also selling retail and maintaining daily sale goals. Loved all my team members and staff throughout the health club/hotel. Management was very approachable and friendly, loved working here and building the relationships I did. Customer service was always the number one priority and I enjoyed upholding Marriott standards.
Bartender (Former Employee), Walnut Creek, CA – May 17, 2014
Pros: benefits, good money
Cons: long shifts
Only one bar with one bartender per shift which is a great opportunity for the experienced bartender to make good money. Hotel scene, so constant stragglers and also the regulars from the gym. Gym membership is great if you live nearby and don't mind returning to work to exercise. Employee discount all Marriott brand hotels and locations.
Esthetician (Former Employee), Walnut Creek – September 7, 2013
Cons: compensation pay, unorganized
This was the most awful spa I have EVER worked at! The spa director will try to get you to work for free. If you are not booked you are required to stay around just "incase" you get booked, but you are not getting paid a penny. This Spa does absolutely no marketing outside of the hotel/gym/spa to promote the spa with their part. The turn around of employees should give people a clear idea of why this spa is not very successful. VERY SHADY
Certified Massage Therapist (Former Employee), Walnut Creek, CA – August 20, 2012
I spent four years with RCS as a massage therapist in the spa. I got to know the trainers and the club members pretty well while I was there. Everyone had a great work ethic and mentality about the job they did. The members were appreciative and friendly. The hardest part of the job was when the economy took a dive. It was hard for the business which made it harder for the employees. Most of us were troopers however and did the best we could with the situation.