General Manager, Hotel Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a General Manager, Hotel?
General Manager, Hotel in Rocky Mount:
"Hard work but Rewarding."
Pros: Everyday is different
General Manager, Hotel in Charlotte:
"Pay is lower."
Pros: The people
Cons: The pay
General Manager, Hotel:
Westgate is home and my colleagues and team members are my family. I was fortunate to have and still have great mentors who helped me along my professional journee. I started as a bellman and worked my way up to resort general manager. I am one example of hundreds at Westgate.
General Manager, Hotel in Castlebar:
Your job will continue to adapt and change. You will need to assess well. Keep up skilling yourself and bring it to your work.
General Manager, Hotel in Santa Cruz:
"Very hard to keep the employees, not any incentive."
Every best western is operated independently . We are a chain of the Best Western International. Every owner in each BW hotel decide what to offer to the employees and how treat them. Not any kind of incentives, and some times I had to cover night shifts because employees do not stay longer , is fine is I do it once in while but for the last months are happened very often and is not any kind of compensation just helping the owner, some one has to be a the desk and is look I am the only one had to do it.
General Manager, Hotel in Lamar:
Pros: Making motel back into what it was years ago.
Cons: Stress, low pay, management.
General Manager, Hotel in Santa Clara:
Pros: The area is beautiful and progressive.
Cons: Cost of living and bad traffic during commute times.