Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews for Hotel Housekeeper
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Best place to work I would recommend this to job to everyone. The employees are the best. We dedicate ourselves on giving a 100% service to our guest. From the time you enter the front door of the hotel the doorman and bellman will ask if you need help to the time you get to your room
Very clean an the people are nice an you learn alot of new things and people and experience about the job your doing i would tell alot of people about the job and how much good experience you could do an learn different things
Very good hospitally
If you have have any concern the general manager is always available and the teams problem solving skills is something to admire.The training from the team was very fun and informative and always open to questions.
Great company to work for. Friendly people easy to succeed in your career great training fast servuce just overall good enviorment
Fast friendly an great enviorment an people to work with an be around good communication skill awesome guest cool enviorment warm an enjoying atmosphere
Management was open to suggestion, encourage career advancement. Flexible scheduling and reasonable workload. A typical day at work involve maintaining clean and comfortable environments from public areas such as hallways, lobby and the exterior of restaurant by vacuuming, cleaning windows and dusting.
The job I held at Marriott International was very demanding in terms of physical labor. When you're a houseman, you take on many responsibilities, such as: property tours, janitorial duties, guest deliveries, security, and light maintenance. You become the person who others turn to for assistance, so you take on many different roles within the hotel. With so many responsibilities, you are bound to have many hard days at work, but your co-workers will always understand and have your back. At the end of the day, you'll know that your work was appreciated by another and that you made a difference in that person's hotel experience.
I spent almost a year at the Marriott, I started in a full-time position and later went to part time due to slow season. I learned a lot about balancing time with work and to achieve things swiftly to ensure the guests were taken care of when needed or demanded.
The best part is doing for the people. A hotel is big time customer service all around, and to makes someone’s day or experience better is everything. You deal with businessmen and women. I even drove and contributed to a weddings party happiness with our shuttle service