Assistant Chief Engineer (Current Employee) – Sterling, VA – January 21, 2018
The day starts with daily inspections and assigning mechanics to there schedules of the day. Being flexible and ready to respond to any emergency calls. Our multi cultural staff has taught me that communication in different languages is not a barrier unless you make it one. Management sometimes tend to not respond to what our actual needs are to complete assigned work. The hardest part of the job was being without full staff for three years and still meeting expectations. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with guys who love to help each other out.
Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Arlington, VA – January 23, 2019
Working here has taught me a lot, but at the same time this hasn't been my favorite job. The typical day is busy expect for during the slow seasons like winter and summer. I have learned a lot from management. The workplace culture is lacking but they are putting in effort to make it better.If you're eager to be in hospitality then this is the place for you. Just like all businesses the organizational structure is off, turnover is high, but I like my co-workers. No paid holidays at all you have to use PTO for everything.
Guest Service Representative (Former Employee) – Gaithersburg, MD – February 23, 2016
I worked for one of the B.F. Saul's hotels for over 4 years. At first, the front office management was great; very friendly people with many years of experience in the hospitality industry. However, several years later the management changed, and it wasn't the same. The new personnel was under qualified and unable to manage a team of people. The company didn't promote internal employees.