Special Events Bartender (Former Employee) – Bethesda, MD – 9 April 2019
When I started I was there to work the rooftop pool parties which were a hit but complicated relationships with the hotel guest. A lot of complaints cause the event to end. It made a lot of added income to the hotel any where from 12-20k in monthly sales to f&b. Bring it back please And book me to dj @djsauce_dc
Parties events free/ discounted food
Impossible room discounts, slow business, irregular income
MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – London – 6 October 2019
Doubletree by Hilton - Hyde Park
Low pay at £8.80 per hour. A 20 year old plus building that needs reurbishing as everything is breaking down. Poor management who drive the employees into the ground with pressured schedules and unfair deadlines. Severe technical issues especially with WiFi and A/C units. Lifts always breaking because they are so old.
But worse is the constant turnover of staff because nobody wants to stay in such an uncomfortable environment. Anyone with good, exceptional Hotel experience should avoid this place at ALL costs. Just check their Trip Advisor and you will see for yourself. The most toxic hotel I have ever worked at.
Housekeeper and Laundry (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – 4 October 2019
It's a terrible place to work management is horrible the housekeeping supervisor is not a leader human resource hiring people by favoritism in stead of skills there is kno chance for promotions and appreciation
DoubleTree was a very good place to work.They always did things for there employees to let them know they were appreciated .
Housekeeping (Former Employee) – 1101 international dr – 3 October 2019
Double Tree was a very good place to work .They always did things for the employees to let them know they were appreciated .An it was a place where u were treated as team sometimes even like a big family.I enjoyed going to work there always was something new .You got to know some guest well especially those who were repeat guest it wasa very good place to work .g
Manager (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – 2 October 2019
Hilton is a nice brand but the management company that runs the DoubleTree Rochester is not a hospitality company and have no connection to the hotel. Upper management is filled with inexperienced, innappropriate, harrasing individuals. The HR manager and GM are very petty and inexperienced, getting by on their lies and the good work of past employees. This hotel is not the place you want to work.
After working 6months I was involved in a car accident whereas for I was bed ridden for 4 months, once cleared by my doctors to return, the Company said my job was gone because I wasn’t Union. I didn’t even get a card from the company!
Server (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – 30 September 2019
First day i started i knew i wasnt welcomed, the head server had surgery and left the other new server there the next day to help me. The other server was cold towards me would not help. The tables that i would approch would be switched out of my name and into theirs. After about two weeks of my tables being taken and not getting paid anything like i was at my other job, i had to go back to my previous job.
Gain tons of customer service experience and get to meet plenty of people from around the world.
Front Desk Agent (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – 30 September 2019
A typical day at work would usually consist of 140-160 check-ins apart from group check-in or events. Due to the location, it would get busy in a matter of minutes due to flight cancellations and events hosted nearby. Good for people with flexible availability since the schedules are never really set.
Lead Line Cook (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – 30 September 2019
The Doubletree is a great place to work. I love my co workers and management.We get paid time off and the company shows their appreciation towards their employees. We get discounts with the company and hotels.
Night Porter (Former Employee) – Edinburgh – 28 September 2019
Management always find the worse way to treat the employees. Nobody cares for you, neither for the hotel. Almost All my colleagues planned to leave because of the management. Also they steal our tips, and they didn't gave us legal papers like p60, p45 and some times they didn't gave us even the payslips.
Night managers was the worse for me. They bullying me because of my accent. Sometimes even in front of guests! He treat me like I was stupid.
Room Attendant (Former Employee) – Collinsville, IL – 28 September 2019
Great work envoirment with hard workers.Always willing to help you if your running behind on your rooms.They will make sure you have a nice lunch which is paid for by them daily.Flexiable hours and room to move up in the department