Elite Hotels
Happiness score is 49 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mr G Bateman
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  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Hotel & Travel Accommodation
  • Headquarters
    Ashdown Park Hotel Wych ...
  • Link
    Elite Hotels website
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Food Preparation & Service

12 jobs


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 126 reviews and is evolving.



Reservation Coordinator in Hook
on 1 February 2022
Nice people
Understaffed when I worked there. Everyone was very nice but the pay is low and very outdated systems lots of the management had worked there for 20+ years and wanted to do everything the old way.
Waitress in Hampshire
on 4 July 2022
Aprendes mucho
Aprendes inglés, pero mucha exigencia y muchas horas de trabajo
Commis waitress in Luton, Bedfordshire
on 18 May 2022
Poor salary - very tiring
Beautiful place to work but management has to change and provide better salaries as you get really tired after each shift. Always something is missing because all departments share the same equipment even if the events from all departments are the same time. Very stressful for people who work. Lazy people always disappeared.
Maintenance Assistant in Luton Hoo
on 12 February 2022
Terrible place to work
Employees have no worth whatsoever. Staff come and go every week. There are far too many managers and they have a terrible reward Scheme that is worthless. The staff meals are terrible and gave me food poisoning 3 times.
Waitress in Hampshire
on 16 January 2022
Too understaffed
Extremely understaffed most of the time which was really stressful. Sometimes you’d be left on your own serving a whole room of guests. Had virtually no training. Most of the staff was friendly. Although managers would disappear for hours sometimes leaving all us untrained staff to manage the whole dining rooms by ourselves. Probably better to work here if you already have hospitality or waitressing experience. Sometimes you didn’t get a break, if you missed it that was that. Or they’d make you go on break at the start of your shift or the end which was basically pointless. Wasn’t that bad but I couldn’t stay here any longer.

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Interview insights

Insights from 79 Indeed users who have interviewed with Elite Hotels within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

The most basic.

Shared on 28 November 2020

A memorable time when I helped a customer.

Shared on 13 October 2019

Depends on the position and deparment, but in general are not difficult questions and they always give opportunities to people with not experience

Shared on 30 August 2017

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