Red Carnation Hotels
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Bars Manager in Guernsey
on 8 June 2020
Great place to grow and challenge yourself.
Most Red Carnation hotels are a great place to work. Some of them are not up to the regular Red Carnation Standards. Sadly it is depending on the individual hotel and its management. However, most of their hotels are recommended.
FOH Team Member in London
on 14 August 2020
Its a pleasure to serve!
The Hotel has a very high level of service, its renowned for the high level of detail and discretion.I love working here, unstressed and rewarding my colleagues are all great people, we share the desire to provide top 5 star services to our guests.
Assistant Accountant in Guernsey
on 23 June 2020
Fantastic company
The best hotel company to work for the opportunities are endless staff benefits are excellent and every member of staff is a person a real family company to work for
Supervisor in London, Greater London
on 11 May 2020
A day in red carnation Hotels
Its a fast-moving place that adapts to the requirements of the industry and that wants to deliver the best service possible to its guests. Its workplace culture is one of family and of support for its emplyees
Management Trainee in London, Greater London
on 30 March 2020
Ashford Castle
I worked at Ashford Castle on the Management Programme for a year after finishing a degree in Hotel Management. The hotel and the surroundings are beautiful and the local community is lovely. I ended up working as a room attendant for 7 months with no opportunity to learn from management or do any extra projects. I often pushed to gain more responsibly and asked if I could shadow my manager during certain tasks, I was often told that this was need to know information and I didn't need to know. I also didn't get to do many of the training and development courses which were promised on the graduate training scheme. When joining in on a conversation in the housekeeping office I had been told to stay quiet as I wasn't being spoken to. It is not a great company culture I also had items stolen from my pockets in the staff locker room. I lived in staff accommodation with 6 other people, the houses were damp, mouldy, no phone or internet connection. The house I was living in often ran out of gas and we once waited 2 weeks without hot water and heating for the gas to be topped up. If you are doing the management programme in Ireland I would recommend bringing a car with you, renting your own apartment and making sure you set a strict timeline of which departments you would like to work in with your mentor.

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