Breakfast Host and Server (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 16 January 2017
A typical day at work at the Embassy suites started around 7:30am when the guests would come to the 9th floor of the hotel for breakfast, me being a host/server would mean me greeting guests at the door, showing them where to go and what the can and cant have if they are vegan or anything else.
Banquet Co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 4 January 2016
I Started working at Embassy Suites when I was 17 years old. At that point in my life I knew I had a lot of growing up to do. I started out as a breakfast runner. I was alright at the job, didn't mind it. Made a lot of new friends and learned new things.
As the years went by, I found myself wanting more from the job. At that point I made the decision to start working online as a breakfast cook. I enjoyed this particular spot because I was able to interact with the customers more, worked in a faster pace environment and also accepted a pay raise. Most of my shifts at that point were for breakfast, but some days I would have banquet shifts as well.
Banquets is the job that I excelled and enjoyed the most. It allowed me to work with various different types of foods, work under much more pressure and gave me more independence in the company.
At the end I can honestly say that Embassy Suites was a place that I grew as a person and a chef. I had many years there, made friends and even family.
Breakfast Runner/Cook (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 28 November 2014
Since day one I have felt like this is a very well position for me and any others wishing to pursue a job as a breakfast cook. Every employee seems very happy and any issues that arise are taken care of quickly and efficiently. Hardest part of the job would have to be being up early in the morning, however it works out being done with hours still left in your day.
Valet (Current Employee) – Niagara falls Ontario – 6 August 2013
The way your treated for the lousy amount they pay you is brutal, the senior employees think they own the place, and if you have a hair out of place they will fire you on the spot ! DO NOT WORK HERE!!!
Housekeeper/ Night maid (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 11 April 2013
i loved working for the embassy suites. if it was possible to still be employed ther i would. but a 3 hour + drive is not ideal. the staff is wonderful. they are very organized. they offer a vacation pay, sick days. and great benefits. i enjoyed working there.
Great Company to work for. Good salary, and work hours. The only bad thing is that it is a seasonal job.
Room Attendant (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 9 November 2012
We start the day with a pre-shift. Then start our work day. I learned that cleaning hotel rooms at a fast pace is hard work. I really like the fact that the day fly's by! The house keeping managers are great, kind and helpful. My co-workers are fun, honest hard working people who are always willing to lend a helping hand. The hardest part of the job is when your body temperature goes up and you have no choice but to keep working away. The best part is that its a 9:00am to 5:30pm job, you get 8 hours to complete your daily tasks. We are able to take our breaks when we want, and the company gives us free lunch, coffee and water. We also have a great benifits package.