Driver (Current Employee), Herndon, VA – November 22, 2013
Pros: like driving
Cons: schedule changes, low pay
Drive van to pick up/deliver customers to/from airport. Perform other duties, such as: move items to/from rooms, keep walkway to building clean of leaves and debri. Learned how to deal with people of different diversities. My co-workers are easy to work with as is management. The hardest part of the job is moving items such as refrigerators. Most enjoyable – more... part of the job is dealing with the customers. – less
Receptionist (Former Employee), Mount Pleasant, SC – September 16, 2014
I loved the fact that every day I got to meet new people and come into contact with people that come from all over. I had to answer phones and check guest in and out and pass out mail and deal with end of the night paperwork. Overall it was a good experience.
BREAKFAST ATTENDANT (Current Employee), Kansas City,MO – September 15, 2014
Pros: laid back, easy, team based
The Comfort Inn is a good place to work. The job isn't that stressful because there isn't too much to worry about on a daily basis. It's more of a laid back work place.The co-workers all pitch in to help each other if needed. I love the management at comfort inn. They aren't hovering around me.They actually give me space and air to breath and work.The – more... hardest part about my job is that I don't get enough work hours. – less
I had some great laughs and fun at work and we could use the fitness room.
General Manager (Former Employee), Sandston, VA – September 5, 2014
Pros: i could leave and take my lunch when i wanted.
Cons: no healthcare
I enjoyed working at Comfort Inn. I really liked the owners, they were very reasonable and fair. I learned that you can never trust anyone. Some people will say anything to try to make you quit your job. I did enjoy the work itself. The hardest part of my job was having to always be available 24 hours, and I had to work my shift and when someone called – more... out, I had to come work their shift. At times I had to work double or triple shifts often. – less
Customer Service based job, with ability to speak with many new people.
Front Desk Representative/Maintenance worker (Current Employee), Cheektowaga NY – September 3, 2014
The Comfort Inn is a great company to work for for a starter job with customer service. We had a well renovated building along with many new carpets and furniture to provide guests with a clean facility. Granted, i cannot speak for other comfort Inns but the one i work for is a professional place to work for.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee), Hammond, LA – September 2, 2014
Pros: sufficient breaks, flexible hours
Daily routine at work would be coming in and making rounds at the hotel, including front desk, breakfast attendent, and house keeping employees. After the administrative rounds are done the daily work of billing, deposits paper work, daily revenue transactions are reviewed along with reservations.
The hardest part of the job is after double checkign – more... someone's job and letting them know where the mistakes were. Not eveyone likes being told they have made a mistake.
The staff itself was very fun to work with, more like friends until it got done to business. – less
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee), Hunt Valley, MD – August 29, 2014
Pros: working independantly, friendly environment
Cons: not verry well managed place, supervisors took alot of unnecessary shortcuts to get simple things done
a typical day at comfort inn was coming in later in the evening and picking up all of my work orders and getting the materials needed to go work on them and in between checking things such as the boilers and the hallways and such to see if anything else was in need of repair, I learned a great deal from this job such as what is involved with maintaining – more... a hotel, in all honesty the management there could have used a bit of improvement, they didn't seem to know what they were doing and would put me up to tasks that weren't exactly the best use of my abilities and I ended up taking the blame for their shortcomings in the end, my co-workers were friendly and very nice, the hardest part of this job was taking on tasks which I did not know how to do and would not get much instruction on how to fix the situation, the best part of the job however was the ability to work on my own at my own pace – less