Pros: lunch whenever i wanted, plenty of walking, met a number of new people from all over the world
Cons: many, many rude people, couldn't leave the grounds
The work was easy, but tedious and very drawn out. When not taking phone calls or checking in guests, I would do room inspections, laundry, and maintain a great appearance in the lobby and on the grounds.
From prior experience in the food industry, I learned how to handle angry customers, but nothing like the ones in the hospitality business. I learned – more... very quickly not only to keep my cool, but to also return someone else to a calm state, expediently.
Darren was friendly, but also kept all of us on task. I loved my co-workers, all of them. There was very little staff, so we all became very close.
The hardest part of my job was trying to stay busy on days we had no guests, there would be nothing for me to do except wait for the phone to ring. Consequently, the most enjoyable part of my job was the solitude after 5 pm, I love working with people, but I thrive when I have to do everything. – less