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
Disherwisher (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 16 September 2019
I love the job my co-workers what the best we all got alone work together as a team environment and everything that it was a friendly environment me and my co-workers got alone we helped each other and when we seen a task we jump to it even if it wasn't our job description
Femme de chambre (Former Employee) – Gatineau, QC – 16 September 2019
Je veux juste changer pour découvrir de nouvelles horizons et en plus se travail me convient parfaitement parce je suis étudiant . J aimerais commencer 17h à 23h la ou je travaille je suis bien mais, c est juste que je veux changer un peux. les personnes à Mon lieu de travail son bien et très gentille mais mais les horaires ne m arrangent pas je suis prêté à tous pour se travaille là même vous m essayé une journée gratuite
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – 16 September 2019
Nice as far as someone that already is well established in life and bored.. I was in house keeping.. they are messy. They cut your hours so the management of house keeping stay on the clock and pocket the extra money that suppose to go to the house keeping.... they literally tell us hey you gotta be gone by pm. A full paycheck was roughly 420.00.. for full time work but part time pay.
Food Service Worker/ Bartender (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CT – 16 September 2019
setting up ballroom for events. I learned that this job can be a hit or miss depending on how management are feeling. hardest part of the job was cleaning up after parties. the most enjoying part was the benefits.
Hospitality (Current Employee) – Durham, NC – 16 September 2019
Working for doubletree is a nice job but it has less hours and I need more, benefits could be a plus. Most enjoyable part of the job is working alone. The hardest part is the bending vip cleaning rooms
Banquets supervisor (Former Employee) – Spokane, WA – 16 September 2019
It was a productive and usually fun place to work. Free lunches and excellent programs for employees. Discounts and free hotel stays. However, there was a bit of drama between executives that trickled down to their departments.
Restaurant Manager (Current Employee) – Coventry – 16 September 2019
DoubleTree by Hilton is a place where you can learn new skills and develop within your role. Being a part of a dynamic and supportive team. Helps you to further your knowledge in your field and grow as a team member in a multicultural environment with opportunities for leadership
Guest Service Agent (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 14 September 2019
no comment. Horrible management. Does not pay well. Super disrespectful staff. Super insincere. Horrible breakfast. No good benefits at allllll. Only one good thing is the hotel itself is sort of nice.
I listed a few touchy things on there. But overall it was great place to work I was there for a year & would work there again if I had to. Just management changed and it made things rocky. Overall Great Place. Good People.