Hotelcare
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About the company

  • CEO
    Tony Brooks - Managing Director
    66%
    approve of Tony Brooks - Managing Director's performance
  • Founded
    1966
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    £18m to £73m (GBP)
  • Industry
    Hotels & Resorts
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 209 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Room Attendant in Housekeeping
on 26 August 2021
Happy place
Worked in the hotel industry for 18year to do at least 14 rooms a day lots of weekends to work monthly paid uniform provided clocking in beforeShift
Head Housekeeper in Plymouth, Devon
on 23 November 2021
Nice place to work
Good company to work for. Worked with them 6 years .Good work-life balance and quite flexible with your needs. Management is great really supportive.
Housekeeper in Oxfordshire
on 3 October 2021
Hotel care just use people and use them like numbers
Don’t pay holidays, don’t pay salaries fairly.Don’t care about their employees, just use them .Didn’t pay furlough for anyone,only for the office staff, which are the ones who doesn’t do the hard work!They want you to clean 20-22 rooms for 8 hrs.Don’t work for them !
Supervisor/House-Keeper in Farnborough, Hampshire
on 24 September 2021
Just don’t bother
I worked here for 4 months and during that time, I made a firm decision on the company. At the interview I was told I would be offered a part time supervisor role alongside my houskeeper role. On my first day, I had no training whatsoever on how the site works, how rooms should look like etc and I never had any of the supervisor training that they promised me; leaving me always being told off for something I didn’t know. The lack of staff showed, especially when one cleaner had to leave earlier, leaving me with more workload than I could hold. The hours are ok. There was multiple weeks where I would only be working between 1-3 hours a day which isn’t great to live by. There was only one proper cleaning cupboard which meant you had to always carry your work bucket and all other equipment up and down the stairs which is completely tiring. When I gave in my notice and on my last working day, my employer still asked me to come into work the following day because they “forgot” I was leaving. I found that quite unprofessional and quite rude. Pay is good but you are never guaranteed proper hours and the work is just too much for some to handle, especially if you’re working alone.
Housekeeping Manager in Bristol
on 19 September 2021
Nice company to work for
Good pay! Very friendly approach! I started with them on March 2021 and managed to get pay rise after 2 months of work! Very understanding and supportive management!

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