Marriott International, Inc. Employee Reviews for Snack Bar Attendant
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Marriott International is an American multinational diversified hospitality company that manages and franchises a broad portfolio of hotels and related lodging facilities.
free meals at any time during duty hrs
sometimes we do extra hrs depends on business
I worked as a mini-bar attendent. Every day I was coming in the morning started print the paper with informations about guests, then went to check all check-out rooms, after 12-00 pm I checked other rooms. I learned how to check, how to manage and be succesful in that, how to finish in time when you have a lot of guests in hotel, my co-workers did same things well, we helped each other in any situations. The hardest part of this job was to prepare clean glasses, because you couldn't to make them all clean in time also we had to put all the bottles in minibars. There are 210 rooms and to fill all of this rooms immediately was hard. The most enjoyable part of this job was meeting new people, to talk with them and to know something new. Also I met a lot of famous guy there.
A typical day was when i met with Mr MarriottI Learned how to prepare all hot and cold beveragesI Had Three awesome managers including coworkersThe hardest part is when one of coworker depend on you because i was hard workeri enjoyed free lunch and breakfast.
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Working at the Westin Cincinnati was a great experience. I worked there while in college. The people working there are all very nice and dedicated to the hotel. Its a fun place to work as long as you have your priorities right (taking care of the guests). I would definitely reccommend it to anyone looking for a job in hospitality
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