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Choice Hotels International, Inc. is a hospitality franchisor based in Rockville, Maryland, United States. The company, which is one of the largest hotel chains in the world, owns several hotel brands ranging from upscale to economy. As of March 31, 2019, Choice Hotels franchised 7,005 properties in 41 countries and territories worldwide, with approximately 568,112 rooms.

Roland mentioned in a review,"Booked accommodation to stay at the Cambria Hotel on 25th September 2019. Paid for the room and the booking was confirmed. When we arrived in the afternoon after a long flight from Australia, plus a $50 cab fare from the airport, we were informed by a none caring receptionist the our reservation had been cancelled. WTF? She was totally unhelpful, and didn't even bother to make a suggestion or try to find us alternative accommodation. What made matters worse, was that there was virtually no spare accommodation in Dallas due to a Linkedin conference. We eventually found a room (rest of the hotel book out) out of town, where the hotelier said that he had been in the hotel business for over 30 years and that what had happened to us was that the Cambria Hotel had sold our room for a higher price to someone else. How greedy can you get for a few extra dollars!"

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Driver/Operator (Former Employee) says

"Drove for them 8 mos...Went above and beyond job expectations, however would not cater to disrespect or management referring to you as "Mother&u@ker"...No advancement opportunity....If you are not part of the "clique" forget about it....Hard to imagine any positive reports of the 12$ an hour grunt labor jobs they provide...Kind guestsManagement, rudeness and degrading and profane style of communication"

Housekeeper (Former Employee) says

"Sweep, mop, scrub, dust, wax and polish furniture, windows, floors, walls, furnishing, equipment and hardware. Vacuumed carpets Removed soiled linens"

Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Its was an awesome work place and we try to make our customers happy from the time they get there till the time they leave. and I use to get a lot of compliments on my smile."

Housekeeping (Former Employee) says

"Most of the workers here were backstabbing thieves. One actively did drugs in people hotel rooms. The management treated me horribly and the hours were ridiculous for what we had to do."

Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) says

"Started out as a great place to work, friendly people, a fun place to work, but it became obvious that management treated employees differently. Would not recommend anyone work here.50% off food in their over priced restaurantno raises, no advancement opportunity"

Housekeeping (Former Employee) says

"Some workers would slack off and the other workers like myself, would have to pick up on what they missed or didn’t do. New hires got a higher pay then the people working there which I thought was unfair.Free breakfast.No benefits"

Management Associate (Former Employee) says

"The management was hard to work for never knew what they wanted. They had trouble paying their bills. I never knew if I would get my supplys to do my job. Was not able to get some vital supplys for months."

Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) says

"When I first started working here, it was great but management has made this job worst than what it should be, but, this is a hotel and my first and last. The company has a lot of potential but, doesn't use it to their ability.discounted rooms and foodhealthcare, mangement, employee"

Night Auditor (Current Employee) says

"It was very clear from the start that the upper end of the company was siphoning all of the revenue of it's hotels straight up to the top. I saw many of them come through on vacations not caring at all that the hotel I worked in and many others couldn't afford to buy amenities to put in the rooms, or have water fountains in public areas, or afford to fix the computers we are supposed to have available to guests. All of the troubles of the hotel were put on the low end of the staff and no manager took any responsibility for anything.No breaks, no healthcare, very few raises, no chance for advancement"

Executive Housekeeper (Former Employee) says

"In my position there the job could be overwhelming. Manager was not always easy to work with. He needed to interact and show more appreciation to the employees.Daytime work hoursWork every weekend."

Front Desk Agent/Server (Current Employee) says

"You never knew what your work schedule was going to be from week to week. No room at all for advancement. Favoritism at its finest. Never knew what area you were going to be working in even though you were scheduled to work in certain areas.DiscountsNo breaks, long hours"

Lobby Attendant (Former Employee) says

"They won't give you the last check after you leave. Think about that. They have no air-conditioning at all. You will roast in your own juices. You sweat like a fat hooker in Church. I was sweating for sins I haven't even done yet. Don't be a lobby attendant that's a slave job,You will do everything, and that's not in the job description.MoneyYou will do everything"

Server/Bartender (Former Employee) says

"Not enough help, disappointed with the attitudes of management. Too much chaos. Poorly constructed building. Huge communication issues between staff and management."

Shuttle driver /houseman (Former Employee) says

"good company too work for but management was that good at all company was going manager left and right and workers other than that good place too work good work environment and meet different people along way too help move on and bunch out..."

Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Always understaffed and new people being hired very slowly. Have to work until 11pm and then back at 6am. Management does not offer support or care about raises/advancement.Fun people to work withPay, work hours"

Night Auditor (Former Employee) says

"Uniontown branch. I opened the building and it was an awesome job until New Management came in. The GM is a gross slimy weasel. My gf worked there as well and he straight up stole her 40 hrs of vacation pay three years in a row! Don't work here. I can't speak for all Cambria but this one in green Ohio is terrible. You literally are a warm body to fill a shift. No appreciation at all. You have been warnedCan't get fired. Period. You can do anything you want.Management are straight up thieves. No advancement."

Housekeeper (Former Employee) says

"the head manager for housekeeping was persistent with getting everything done and wanting 18+ rooms cleaned within the time frame even if they weren't vacant. These rooms were fairly large and the tasks at hand needed more then 25 minutes to clean. If you didn't finish your rooms you had to stay late to finish the rooms even if she left for the day. It wasn't horrible but definitely would not work in this job area again after this job."

Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"It's an easy enough job, even the most unskilled person can be trained for the position in just a few days time. You are just as much a janitor as you are a "maintenance technician". The daily tasks can be repetitive and monotonous but are overall very simple.Very easy job, friendly co-workers, laid back atmosphereVery low pay, working nights, weekends and holidays"

Housekeeping (Former Employee) says

"The company is not ran correctly. They lie about the hours of work. They told me my shift was 8-4. I didnt get out of there sometimes until 6pm. They dont have enough staff to complete the tasks that they ask for.payhours and mangement"

Hotel Front Desk Clerk (Former Employee) says

"I loved working at this hotel.I opened up this new hotel, therefore I learned alot about a new hotel and all of its amentities."

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