Guest Service Agent (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 25, 2016
Very nice hotel! Beautiful property but the one i was hired at had very poor management, no structure, things were not handled as they should have been, made my job very difficult so i quit. No break what so ever for front desk, only thing i liked were my coworkers.
Breakfast Attendant/Banquet Server (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA 23502 – April 11, 2016
Assisted guests with making buffet menu choices in an informative and helpful fashion. Also maintained knowledge of current menu items, garnishes, ingredients and preparation methods. Also cross-training for banquet serving was reinforced.
Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) – Ardmore, OK – September 26, 2014
I have been working at this hotel for about 6 months and they still have not started my benefits. They recently changed management companies, so I understand that things are a bit mixed up but I don't think I should go without coverage because of it. The management is so-so. The general manager is a very good listener but doesn't act on important issues in a timely manner and the assistant general manager has gotten away with verbal harassment and sleeping on the job on his watch. Also, the pay is very low and hard to live on.
However, its not all bad. They have trained me well and I plan to excel in this field when given the chance.
nice and quiet place of employment . very nice people
Marriott Housekeeping Attendant (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – November 12, 2015
I was pregnant while working here . a typical day at work would be 15 to 20 rooms to clean at my own paste. the hardest part of this position was cleaning room after birthday parties and after football games. the enjoyable part of the job were the customers and how much they loved my ability to do a great job while pregnant
lunch break was 30 minutes you could take a break if you wanted to or not
didnt take any short breaks which were ten minute breaks
Front Desk Assistant (Current Employee) – Huntsville Alabama – July 20, 2015
A typical work day consist of coming in the morning and doing paperwork to get prepared for guest checking in a departing. Ive learned a lot about the hospitality business working here like some hotels are full service which meaning that their breakfast may not be complimentary vs other hotels. My management team is GREAT! Very flexible with my schedule and works with us to get the job done and keep our hotel at its best. My co workers are easy to work with and get along with. The hardest part about my job is the multi tasking but once you get use to it it becomes natural. The most enjoyable part of my job is that you get to meet new people from all over the country.
My co workers are easy to get along with, I great work environment
That we only have one shuttle, AC goes out sometimes in the summer
Housekeeping/Breakfast (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – November 3, 2015
This was the fun job I had. Wasnt to stressful or to easy and always things to do. The staff was great to work with. Most of the staff we worked together and acted like we were family. Always had laughs on stressful days.
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – October 6, 2015
On a daily basis, the amount of rooms that we cleaned were different any given day on the amount of clients that stayed at our hotel. We aimed to please and we took pride in the way the rooms looked for our next guests.
Front desk clerk (Current Employee) – Hampton,VA – August 5, 2013
My time at work is great because I get to meet different people every day and find out new things from guest and co-workers. We do this thing everyday called the huddle and its all the workers getting together for ten minutes and discussing groups,events,concerns,and the guest service surveys good and bad, and how we can make their stay better.