Compare La Quinta vs InnVentures BETA

See how InnVentures vs. La Quinta compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 511 reviews)
(based on 43 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
La Quinta Ceo Keith A. Cline
48%Keith A. Cline
InnVentures Ceo Kimberly OFallon
N/AKimberly OFallon
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review

Former Employee - General Manager

I worked at La Quinta full-time for more than 8 years


A big company that acts small. Invests in training especially for new General Managers. Great investments in Technology and Revenue Management.


A lot of changes in recent years. There is an identity crisis with how to distinguish the older, exterior corridor/profitable, Inns from the Inns & Suites.

Advice to Management

Invest heavily in the older, exterior corridor/profitable Inns.

Former Employee - Property Accountant

I worked at InnVentures full-time for more than a year


The People- You enjoy getting to know all the people at your properties. Anytime I was able to get a hold of a GM, we would put our heads together and build upon our controls. Getting reports is not... a problem because everyone knows what the goals are. Being with the accounting group in Tukwila was great as well. The other PAs are very helpful in getting you started and answering questions along the way. Having everyone working on the same group of hotels builds great expertise. Many issues are easily correctible. Just ask questions. The job-Starting off it feels like you are drowning but actually that's the best way to learn how to swim. You get to know a lot about the properties and how they operate. You get to learn a lot in a short amount of time before you get cut loose. Its very fast paced but many of the properties are similar. As I said before the people are very friendly and will help you in any way to meet the deadlines. The properties-Working with franchised hotels, you get know a lot about the brand and the ownership groups. There is a lot to learn and it gets very intriging. You get to know how properties operate with very beneficial accounting knowledge.


Month End-Basically my only con, but you will find this is standard in the industry. Anytime you are closing multiple properties you will get times where all the deadlines meet. The best part about... month end is that each month is very similar in what issues arise at the properties. It's easy to anticipate the issues and making all the necessary entries before month end. Makes the load lighter at crunch time.

Advice to Management

Don't forget to invest in your people! Recognition is great but feedback and development is golden.

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