Hotel X Toronto
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Hotel X Toronto Careers and Employment

About us
A rewarding and challenging experience awaits you at Hotel X Toronto, a member of Library Hotel Collection. We are an International Hotel Company and pride ourselves on delivering a novel approach to hospitality. The Library Hotel Collection has a commitment to kind, unpretentious, customer-focused service that has resulted in numerous awards over the – more... years. Hotel X Toronto offers luxury in a relaxed setting right on the waterfront and plays a role in the community beyond that of a traditional hotel.

This extraordinary lakefront urban resort hotel adds 404 rooms, two ballrooms, rooftop swimming pools, 4 tennis courts, 9 squash courts, ample meeting space, 7 restaurants, bars, and lounges, a spa and a 90,000 square foot sports club to all of the exciting events and venues at Toronto’s Exhibition Place.


If you have a passion for hospitality and love to help making people happy, we invite you to join our family of entrepreneurial team of professionals.We would be delighted to consider you for one of the open positions!
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What is it like to work at Hotel X Toronto?

3.4
Work/Life Balance
3.5
Salary/Benefits
3.5
Job Security/Advancement
3.5
Management
3.6
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Hotel X Toronto?

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CEO
Henry Kallan
1.0
Disgusting
Written by Banquets (Former Employee) from Toronto, ON on 25 July 2020
Can't believe this hotel is using covid as an excuse to cut out their preferred caterers and eliminate hundreds of staff members waiting to come back to work. Cut throat, ruthless senior management which starts at ownership.
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What did candidates say about the interview at Hotel X Toronto?

Interview experience
Based on 28 interviews
Average
Interview difficulty
Based on 28 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 28 interviews
About a day or two
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