Elite Hotels
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24 questions about working at Elite Hotels
Starts as standard increases after 2 year by 1 additinal day per year, up to an additional week (pro rata if part time) you also get your birthday off after 2 years I think!
Answered by Elite Hotels
9 July 2019
The interview was carried out by the Night Manager and Duty General Manager
Answered 16 July 2017
Smart, black trousers/skirt and white blouse/shirt
Answered 16 April 2018
£50 B&B staff rate - excludes bank holidays and if the hotel is busy50% family and friend discount30% off Food and Beverage. Also off spa treatments at most of the hotels.Training and development is widely available from customer service training to apprenticeships and CPD.Plentiful parking (less in eastbourne! But on street available), free meals when in duty and working in some of the mopst beautiful surroundings!
Answered by Elite Hotels
9 July 2019
Yes. But better paid jobs locally.
Answered 15 October 2020
It is hospitality so it can be very busy and the hours can be long - BUT! You do get to work with some of the most amazing people. I am constantly impressed by how supportive and encouraging everyone is - they all want you to do well!The hotels become like a family and many of the staff have been here long term - so we must be doing something right! Yes, there will alwasy be people who are not happy and try as do, you can never please everyone. There is really good development if you show interest and commiment - many staff started out as waiters/bar staff and worked their way up
Answered by Elite Hotels
9 July 2019
Treat staff humanely.
Answered 26 January 2019
It’s a very pretty place to work with mostly nice people.
Answered 17 May 2018
Long and boring
Answered 16 April 2018
I would suggest thinking about your custimer service experience - times when you have done well/dealt with difficult customers/solved problems.Given it is a service focused hotel, customer service (good customer service!) is a big part of any role here
Answered by Elite Hotels
9 July 2018
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