About 1 week
Answered - Chief Engineer (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
Its very easy to work there, just go fill the application and they hire you immediately, Experience or not.
Answered - Hotel Front Desk Clerk/Supervisor/NIght Auditor (Former Employee) - Durham, NC
About a week or sometimes a few days
Answered - Guest Service Agent (Former Employee) - Beachwood, OH
I was just hired in as a housekeeper. I interviewed on a Wed. and I thought it went very well. The two that interviewed me were really cool and took me on a tour after the interview was over. I thought for sure I would be offered a position. That didn't happen though. They said they would be in touch. Heard nothing the next day, or in the next five. I was bummed, and assumed they didn't want to hire me. We are a tourist town and have tons of hotels. Housekeeping jobs are a dime a dozen. Anyway, I emailed the woman who I met with, thanked her for the interview, and asked if she needed any other information from me. No response. Waited about another week and sent another quick email asking if any decisions were made and said I would probably start applying elsewhere in the next few days. No response. Thought it was kind of rude that they couldn't let me know something! It was a housekeeping position, not a CEO position. I was bummed. I really wanted to work there. It's right downtown, good benefits, everyone seemed super nice and the pay was good. Then, two and a half weeks later, I got a voice mail asking if I wanted to join their team! I have worked at other hotels and usually was hired on the spot, so I assumed they were not going to hire me after that much time went by. So...don't be surprised or discouraged if you don't hear back right away!
The process was not very long. Only a few days from first call to interview to being hired.
Answered - Housekeeper (Current Employee) - Ohio
Just work at the hotel the time necessary to get a better job. Finish that work by moving to a better one.
Answered - Housekeeping (Former Employee) - Florida