Travelodge Hotels (UK) Careers and Employment
- CEOCraig Bonnar60%approve of Craig Bonnar's performance
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue€428m to €856bn (EUR)
- IndustryHotels & Travel Accommodation
- HeadquartersSleepy Hollow Aylesbury R...
Front Office Receptionist and Night Audit in Dublin, D
on 13 January 2016
Nothing much to say..it's TravelodgeQuite busy with corporate clients during the week and very busy on weekends. Nice clean hotel to spend a night or two, especially if you're commuting with Dublin.
Hotel Receptionist in Scotch corner
on 26 December 2022
Not what I applied forWorked quite a few seven day weeks, the job I applied for was as a receptionist but turned out to be more housekeeping shifts that I was given once working there. I was told in my interview it would be mainly late shifts but was given hardly any of these, was expected to work most mornings. When on reception shifts on a morning was still expected to do a lot of housekeeping. There weren't enough housekeeping staff to keep the hotel running without receptionists doing housekeeping as well. Lots of days work with days off but wages still weren't that much because housekeeping wasn't that many hours a day. Reception shifts were 8 hours. Housekeeping depended on the day and were generally only half as long so only half as much pay even though it was really tiring, especially in summer heat with no air con.People were always quitting and we were therefore always understaffed and over worked.Assistant manager was lovely though.Also wasn't given much notice for shifts which were always different each week, and we were never sent these, you had to look at the tiny writing on a sheet on the wall in the office. The job was advertised as part time so I expected to be able to do it easily alongside another part time job but it's difficult to arrange anything around this job when you don't know what your shifts will be.
Waitress in Dublin
on 24 April 2018
Great experienceI enjoyed dealing with the customers, meeting new people on a daily basis. I was also kept busy and I enjoyed the hustle and bustle of a hotel setting.
Receptionist in Dublin
on 22 March 2017
fun workplaceGreat place to work ,you get to know different guests form everywhere ,get to talk to them about their vacation even about their pets:).I have learned many things during my employment here ,i have made new friends
Travelodge Kitchen Porter in Dublin, D
on 4 January 2016
good environmentAs a kitchen porter I was able to develop my communication and organisation skills. I communicated well with the staff as I contributed to maintaining hygiene in the kitchen as I had to clean cutlery. I worked with a large team of people; this improved my time keeping skills as I worked various shifts. I also learned that I am capable of working at a quick but effective pace as there was a lot of maintenance to undergo within the kitchen. I also worked in the restaurant when I wasn’t occupied in the kitchen clearing tables and sometimes taking orders from customers when the restaurant was busy.
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