the employees where different cultures so it was always nice talking to them and finding out the places they were from. everyone was always friendly and helping each other out. management was also great and very coordinate.
Cocktail server--Beverage department (Current Employee) – Orlando – March 22, 2013
Get along with everyone of my fellow employees, the entire hotel staff is always pleasant and say hello to you, management works with my schedule for school and time off! The lunch that the hotel offers isn't the greatest but its only $3 and I have found the deserts are the best part!
Former employee for security. They are the most incompetent group of people I have ever worked for. Everyone tries to stab each other in back for poor pay. with exception of supervisors I worked the longest which was 7 months. Dont work for security they bleep
Door Person /Ramp Coordinator (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – September 4, 2012
Your coworkers are very easy to work with, and have big hearts. A typical day would be come into work, Work and then leave after your shift is over. Hardest part of the job: my job was easy. Most enjoyable part of the job: lol
$3.00 for a 30 minute break and not the best offered lunch
High quality customer focused hotel with an emphasis on Service Excellence.
Director of Sales (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – October 14, 2014
The Peabody Orlando was a once-in-a-lifetime place to work. A large number of the hotel associates had been employed there for 15-20 years. A significant number of them had been with the hotel since it opened its doors in November 1986. Service Excellence was the culture and exceeding guest's expectations was the norm. Anything less was failure. Associates treated each other as well as the guests with dignity and respect. Management and ownership followed the same treatment principles and it created a positive collaborative environment that retained and promoted a happy and productive staff. Each associate had a sense of ownership in the hotel and in making each guest's experience memorable. As a 4 star/4 diamond property for 25 consecutive years the hotel’s facilities were outstanding and food and beverage product unmatched. I would be remised if I did not mention the hotel’s VIPs (very important poultry). A team of 5 mallard ducks marched into the lobby each day at 11am and spent the entire day in the lobby fountain until 5pm when the Duck Master led them back to their $150,000 Italian marble duck palace outside on the tennis deck where they spent their nights. They became celebrities and many tourists did not feel that their trip to Orlando was complete without a visit to The Peabody Orlando to see the march of the Peabody Ducks. This very special place ceased to exist on October 1, 2013 when its sale to Hyatt Hotels became official. Today it is still a fine hotel but it will never match the standard, style and glory it had as The Peabody Orlando!!