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Tropicana Las Vegas Overview

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www.troplv.com
Las Vegas, NV
1001 to 5000 employees
Unknown
Company - Private
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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Tropicana Las Vegas Reviews

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    Current Employee - Restaurant Server in Las Vegas, NV
    Current Employee - Restaurant Server in Las Vegas, NV
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    Pros

    Everyone knows everyone and there is no wall between speaking to anyone. Guest are great.

    Cons

    So much potential. Hopefully will start being used properly. Marketing of the restaurants is atrocious. Rooms are sometimes too cheap. Most guest stay at Trop but do activities at other hotels

    Advice to Management

    Have to figure out a way of keeping guest doing activities on property. Somehow the restaurants aren't of value to customers or the customers simply do not know about them, therefore dine on other properties. On the outgoing surveys, ask where else have guest dined during their stay at Tropicana.

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Tropicana Las Vegas Interviews

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    Foodserver Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Las Vegas, NV
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Tropicana Las Vegas (Las Vegas, NV) in July 2016.

    Interview

    Very poor. My resume has 35 years of f and b experience in mostly Forbes four and five star properties. I received a call to come in for interview. In 110 degree heat with a heart condition I showed up in a tie and jacket. Interviewer was 45 minutes late. There was one other person being interviewed. I was referred to as a "nerd" while I got up to get water(she uttered it to a guy sitting with her). (ADA issue, due to awkward appearance caused by disability). Interviewer was very biased. He walked back and forth in the hallway for 25 minutes. He then went into the interview room with the rep who called me for the interview. I could hear everything they were saying through the paper thin door and wall. Gave off perception of narrow minded addittudes and bias based upon their discussion. I went in second. The interviewer seemed to discount my reputation as one of the most loyal and hard working people around. He abruptly ended the interview, and I got a rejection email the next day. I felt the entire process was done with a lot of bias and the communication was atrocious, considering the sugar coated call I got the day before the interview. They also lost a good customer that day(me). Understand, this isn't Los Angeles, where they think everyone is supposed to be in their 20s with a movie star appearance.

    Interview Questions

    • Name me one situation where you appeased an un- happy guest.   Answer Question
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