Aimbridge Hospitality
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About the company

  • CEO
    Michael J. Deitemeyer
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Hotels & Travel Accommodation
  • Headquarters
    5301 Headquarters Drive ...
  • Link
    Aimbridge Hospitality website
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Executive Meeting Manager in Fairfax, VA
on March 14, 2018
been with the company almost 2 years and they lack of management, I gotten promotions but they always keep the top positions for their friends and they don't do it base on performance.
Operations Supervisor & Guest Services Manager in Pittsburgh, PA
on September 26, 2022
Aimbridge is one of the largest operators of hotels in the country so it is easy to feel like a number. The jobs they hire for most are entry level hotel jobs like front desk, housekeeping, maintenance, etc. So culture and work environment are dependent on your property and your managers. The hardest part of the job was that there was no end time- you fought the fires until they were extinguished which made work/life balance difficult. It is the job of the senior management of each property to really convey culture and some people did it better than others. Owners can also play a role in property culture that deviates from Aimbridge. The most enjoyable part of the job was often my co-workers- they could always be relied upon to commiserate about horrid guest experiences. If you are looking for a hospitality job within Aimbridge or any other hotel operator- ask the interviewer plenty questions to determine what it would be like working there and if you think a specific team or property would be a right fit. There is room for advancement, but again it is all relative to your property and management. There are so many jobs that advancement may mean working at a different location entirely.
Front Office Manager in United States
on September 20, 2022
My hotel is a large one and has been running without AGM or GM for past 7 months since I've started. If I was accurately explained at interview it would have been fine, I probably would have not accepted the job. Worst company for sure. Benefits for health insurance are decent only $500 deductible but it's not worth it.
Bank Reconciliation Specialist in Plano, TX
on September 15, 2022
Super stressful work conditions. Bare minimum training and development 1day. Accounting department completely off balance, required to work weekends in order to ensure accounting was done, NO OVERTIME. You only get paid 2 times a month regardless 15th & 30th-31st. No PTO PAYOUT.
Front Office Supervisor in Kendall, FL
on September 14, 2022
I worked for Aimbridge Hospitality for almost 3 years from a Front Desk Agent to Supervisor. I worked at a Hilton in Kendall, FL. I helped open it, I was part of the opening team, I grew to become a Supervisor. While I didn't always 100% agree with some decisions I felt they were very fair.I can say the pay is decent, but the have the best benefits of any other management company I've ever worked for. Till this day they are always the company & property I hold every other hotel I go to as a standard. I will stay say that was the best property I ever worked for & if I move back I definitely would go to this property. I wish Aimbridge had more Hilton properties in North Carolina & Vermont because I'd be proud to be part of that team again. If you aspire to work in hotels Aimbridge is the level you want to reach.

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