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HotelTonight Overview

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San Francisco, CA
201 to 500 employees
Airbnb
2010
Company - Private
Hotels, Motels, & Resorts
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Part of the Airbnb family, HotelTonight is a hotel-booking service focused on making last-minute trips easy and fun, offering travelers seamless, on-demand booking for boutique and independent hotels. Through features such as Daily Drop, personalized daily hotel deals ... Read more

HotelTonight Reviews

  • "Great Company to work with"

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Market Manager in New York, NY
    Current Employee - Market Manager in New York, NY
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at HotelTonight full-time

    Pros

    Great culture and people to work wiith

    Cons

    Compensation for certain roles could be improved

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing thing the same way

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HotelTonight Photos

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HotelTonight Interviews

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Getting an Interview

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    Market Coordinator Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Declined Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at HotelTonight in April 2019.

    Interview

    The interview process started with a 15 minute call with a recruiter, followed by a 30 min video call with a Regional Manager. Both calls went very well and I was asked to do an onsite interview with a few other members on the team. The recruiter said I would not be reimbursed but I was within driving distance, so I said I could drive up and stay with a friend. I did this because I had genuine interest in the position and was excited to move forward as quickly as possible and meet with team members in person.

    When I got to the onsite, I was greeted by the recruiter I had been in contact with who was very nice and welcoming. However, she did not tell me until the day of the interview that instead of meeting with 3-4 people, I would only be meeting with two people and it would only take about an hour, which was a bit disappointing. The two candidates I met with didn't seem very relevant to the role I was applying for, which I thought was weird because my 2nd interview was with someone directly on the team I was applying for. The first guy I met with didn't even know the exact position I was applying for, and it seemed like he was just filling in for someone last minute. He then looked at my resume and after explaining my interests in analytics, implied that the position would probably be boring to me because it was mainly soft skills. This seemed weird and threw me off a bit, as in my second interview I was told that I would be using Tableau and analytics was important to my role. I left the interview a bit confused about what they were looking for in the role and felt a bit misunderstood, as I was told different things between the second and third round. A few days after my onsite, I was rejected. It was a bit frustrating, as I had taken the time and my own money to do the onsite and didn't really get a chance to meet with actual team members I would be working with, which was what the recruiter had mentioned. If I had known, I would have proceeded with video calls. I left the whole process feeling mainly confused, as it was a competitive role but didn't feel as though I had a fair chance to prove myself in the onsite.

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Company Updates

  • HotelTonight is now officially part of Airbnb—a company whose mission is to create a world where anyone can belong anywhere. Together we share a love of design, a passion for travel, and a focus on the positive impact travel can make on people’s lives. Read more about how HotelTonight became the newest member of the Airbnb family: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM5ji

    HotelTonight and Airbnb Finalize Acquisition

    HotelTonight and Airbnb announced today that the acquisition bringing the two companies together has closed. The acquisition comes as HotelTonight continues to grow and interest in the company accelerates: in the first quarter of 2019, the number of room nights booked via HotelTonight increased more than 41 percent, year-over-year.

  • HT CEO Sam Shank talks to Conde Nast Traveler about the many ways HotelTonight stands out in the travel industry.

    Innovators: HotelTonight CEO Sam Shank

    'Innovators' chronicles our treks behind the scenes with travel's disruptors and free thinkers-the people who lead rather than follow, who break things, take risks, solve problems in fresh ways. Through all that, they make, for the rest of us, the future of travel. It's been a big month for HotelTonight CEO Sam Shank.

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HotelTonight Awards & Accolades

  • The Seventh Annual Career-Launching Companies of 2019, Wealthfront, 2019
  • Best UX, The Product School, 2019
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