Was a great job for me at the time.
Pros: Flexible, and the downtime to futher enrich yourself
Cons: Is low paying, so you have to budget well or get a 2nd job.
Disclaimer, when I worked at Super 8 in Bozeman, MT, it was not part of Wyndham, but a privately owned franchise (might still be).
My typical day was walking to work, clocking in, and sitting at the desk, checking in and out customers, running reports, or just doing some basic customer service. Sometimes there was a lot of downtime, so I would work on programming, reading a book, or watching a tv show. A great job for students as well, so they could get some studying done in between tasks.
The management there was good, as well as my co-workers. I think the hardest part of the job was when I had a schedule that included all three shifts. Working the 7am to 3pm two days in a row, and then the 11pm to 7am the next two days, followed by a 3pm to 11pm shift, was really taxing. It could get hard staying up for that 11pm to 7am shift sometimes.
All in all, the job was really enjoyable. It truly was a job where you either made it a great or terrible job, since there was a lot of downtime. I made the best of it, by furthering my coding skill, as well as learning some more history, and other subjects I enjoyed.