Residence Inn Online Application
By applying Residence Inn you may join Residence Inn’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Residence Inn job postings and apply to any notices you like.
Open Positions: Guest Service Agent, Guest Service Representative, Part-Time Front Desk Associate, Full-Time Front Desk Associate, Food And Beverage Associate, Sales Representative, Housekeeper, Guest Breakfast Attendant, Room Attendant, Front Desk Clerk, Assistant Housekeeping Supervisor, Part-Time Night Auditor, Full-Time Night Auditor, Hotel Maintenance Worker, Laundry Attendant, Van Driver, Hotel Sales Manager, Front Office Clerk, Cook, Breakfast Host/Hostess, Greeter
Printable Application PDF/Form: No.
How to Apply Residence Inn Jobs: Search Job Openings or visit Official Site
Human Resource Description;
Front of the House
Start your day with warm hellos. Welcome and assist our guests at hotels and resorts in one of hundreds of beautiful cities and popular destinations.
Heart of the House
From making beds to making dinners, teamwork is more than what we do, it’s why we come to work.
At Marriott, leadership means knowing everyone by their first name. Whether you’re a seasoned professional, entering the job market for the first time, or returning to the workforce, Marriott offers opportunities to inspire, mentor and achieve.
About Residence Inn
Residence Inn by Marriott is a brand of extended stay hotels. The chain was launched in 1975 in Wichita, Kansas by Jack DeBoer, and acquired by Marriott International on July 7, 1987. As of May 2011, there were over 600 Residence Inn hotels in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The brand’s slogan is “It’s not a room. It’s a Residence”. It was the first extended-stay brand in the United States, and was a key player in launching the concept of a “suite” in a hotel.
Historically, the usual appearance of a Residence Inn was a main building, called the “Gatehouse,” which houses the front desk, a common area for meal service, an on-site coin operated laundry, a swimming pool and exercise room and often several out-buildings similar to condo or apartment complexes. Most had interior corridors. More recent constructions, however, have moved away from the out-building style and instead have a more traditional layout with all suites in the same building. The suites are much larger than traditional hotel rooms, however. They are typically around 450 square feet for a standard suite and 750 for a two-bedroom suite. Residence Inns typically feature a complimentary small hot breakfast in the morning and a free light dinner or snack reception on weekday evenings, Monday through Wednesday or Thursday.