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I have been working at Baymont Inn & Suites part-time (less than an year)Pros
The training is pretty quick, which is good because during training you get paid minimum wage. The job is simple there is just a lot of information to learn, so you are always learning.
It is a friendly work environment and goes smoothly as long as everyone communicates. It is a great job for a college student.Cons
There always seems to be some kind of drama with guests, but that is with any hotel.
There are a lot of things you do per customer basis. Like negotiating rates and knowing what is the lowest rate you can give that day. If you aren't a salesperson or a good negotiator this won't work for you.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
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Baymont Inns & Suites isn't exactly on the bay, but it is in a lot of other places. Baymont Franchise Systems, which licenses the Baymont Inn & Suites brand name, operates a chain of nearly 230 franchised hotels located in some 30 US states. The limited-service mid-scale hotels offer amenities such as free local phone calls, cable TV with premium channels, Internet access, swimming pools, and a complimentary continental breakfast. Frequent Baymont guests can join the hotel's rewards program to earn free nights and other perks. Hospitality firm Wyndham Worldwide owns...