Sage Hospitality

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Sage Hospitality Jobs & Careers in Boston, MA

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20 hrs ago

Front Desk Associate – new

Sage Hospitality Boston, MA

Artfully friendly service. Accommodations built around ensuring your comfort. Gracious touches at every turn. The Hotel Commonwealth experience is… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Front Desk Manager

Sage Hospitality Boston, MA

A thoughtful reimagining of what a Boston hotel can be, Hotel Commonwealth unhinges luxury from its traditional definition to bring guests urban… Glassdoor


20 hrs ago

Senior Sales Manager – new

Sage Hospitality Boston, MA

A thoughtful reimagining of what a Boston hotel can be, Hotel Commonwealth unhinges luxury from its traditional definition to bring guests urban… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Cook

Sage Hospitality Danvers, MA

Prepare food of consistent quality following recipe cards and production and portion standards, per dupe from servers. Start food items… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Server

Sage Hospitality Danvers, MA

Greets and takes food and drink orders from restaurant customers, serving the orders and accommodating special needs/requests. Remains attentive to… Glassdoor


Sage Hospitality Reviews

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62 Reviews
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Walter L. Isenberg
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    Solid Company

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX

    I worked at Sage Hospitality full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    In a large market there are advancement opportunities. And in the industry one of the standard perks is the reduced room rates at properties across the company.

    Cons

    As with any job in the hospitality industry your work schedule is determined by factors outside of your control. There are "blackout" dates based on occupancy when you can't take leave or vacation. Once you understand and accept that it's okay.

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