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Hotel Boracay Travelodge employees responsible for taking care of hotel guest's Boracay Travelodge needs as they come up must also take phone calls forwarded to them by the hotel operator. Boracay Travelodge These requests usually concern a guest's needs for lunch or dinner items found on the hotel's guest room menu. One of the most important room service duties is to gather up the food items requested by the Boracay Travelodge guest from the hotel's kitchen area and taking the food to the guest within a quick time frame. Boracay Travelodge As the work day progresses, hotel guests take their food trays out of Boracay Travelodge their rooms and leave the trays in the hotel corridors. It is an important job duty of the room service employee to clear Boracay Travelodge all hotel corridors of food trays on a regular basis. 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Stylish and trendy, pop-up hotels are temporary lodging Boracay Travelodgeoptions that “pop up” for a short period of time. Pop-up hotels are appealing to travelers seeking new experiences, or Boracay Travelodge those who want to enjoy “untouched” locations.Boracay Travelodge To Boracay Travelodge ensure hotel guests receive high quality room service from all employees, a room service worker must sometimes cross-train other hotel workers for room service duty. This entails allowing the trainee to follow the room service attendant while he/she delivers food trays to hotel guests, takes departmental phone calls, Boracay Travelodge, informs the cleaning staff about food spills in the hotel rooms, as well as observing the proper way to maintain credit card and cash transactions Boracay Travelodge. If you work in a kitchen Boracay Travelodge as a helper, there are a lot duties and tasks you will be required to perform. The Boracay Travelodge working conditions may not be very favorable because the temperatures can be hot and Boracay Travelodge you may have to lift heavy equipment at times. Kitchen helpers must make Boracay Travelodge sure the kitchen area is well kept and maintained. They also have to work in conjunction with the food service staff. Kitchen helpers Boracay Travelodge may be called upon to keep the Boracay Travelodge floor area clean by mopping and sweeping when the need arises. When you work in a kitchen, the floor area gets dirty fast and needs to stay clean because it can become a safety hazard. Someone can easily slip and fall. A kitchen helper may be required to Boracay Travelodge tend to the floor area periodically during his shift and when the work day has ended. All areas of the kitchen need to be kept clean and sanitized. A kitchen helper will wash the refrigerators, tables, utensils, cabinets and other items used in the kitchen for food preparation. Boracay TravelodgeA kitchen helper may be required to wash dishes and silverware while assisting the kitchen staff. Boracay Travelodge They may also be required to wash pots, pans and other equipment. Kitchen helpers will be required to take the trash out to the Dumpster on a regular basis throughout the day. Garbage bags need to be replaced after the garbage has been taken out. After the day has ended, the kitchen helper may be called upon to wash the garbage cans, in and out, which ensures they are properly cleaned and odor-free. Kitchen helpers will help the cooks prepare meals. Boracay Travelodge A kitchen helper will make sure all food is thoroughly washed prior to preparation. Other duties include cutting up potatoes, vegetables and fruits for the cooks. Some kitchen helpers are required to prepare meat for cooking by cutting off unnecessary fat and other useless portions. A hotel’s Boracay Travelodge housekeeping department provides a clean, comfortable and restful stay for all guests. Although housekeepers are invisible to most guests, it’s the housekeeping department to ensure the hotel maintains high standards in cleanliness and puts forth a positive public image.Boracay Travelodge The roles of housekeeping can vary from hotel to hotel, but most have the same housekeeping duties in common. Roles of Housekeeping One of the most important roles of housekeeping is to clean or freshen guest rooms while guests are out or while a room is between guests Boracay Travelodge . Each morning, the housekeeping department stocks up hospitality carts with towels, fresh linens, cleaning supplies and toiletries, and housekeepers set out to their assigned floors Boracay Travelodge . Housekeepers knock on the door of each occupied guest room and enter only when the guests are out. Once inside,Boracay Travelodge they make beds and supply fresh towels. Housekeepers also replace any used toiletries, wipe surfaces clean, and vacuum or mop floors to ensure guests return to a clean room. The Boracay Travelodge empties trash cans and removes any rubbish from the room. When hotel Boracay Travelodge and won’t be returning to the room, the housekeeping department provides a more thorough cleaning of the room and changes out all towels and linens, so each new guest arrives at a pristine guest room or suite Boracay Travelodge. Boracay Travelodge Housekeeping duties extend beyond that of the guest rooms. Housekeepers are also tasked with cleaning the lobby, hallways, public restrooms and any other public rooms. The housekeeping department handles laundry services, employee staff rooms, and may even help to maintain outside public spaces. When hotels host banquets or conferences, housekeeping may handle cleanup at those events Boracay Travelodge . Housekeepers should be in good physical condition Boracay Travelodge as they need to lift mattresses to make beds or lift furniture for cleaning or renovation purposes. There’s little sitting down on the job, and most housekeepers are on their feet all day Boracay Travelodge. Boracay Travelodge Boracay Travelodges aren’t required to have a college or high school degree, but some education is required. Housekeepers should know how to read, follow basic instructions and do simple math. Although being fluent in more than one language is optional, hotels look favorably upon housekeepers who speak additional languages, as they can be helpful in assisting guests who don’t speak English Boracay Travelodge . There are plenty Boracay Travelodge of opportunities for advancement for hotel housekeepers. Many housekeepers move on to become supervisors or managers. Boracay Travelodge Ambitious housekeepers can start their own cleaning services. To become a housekeeper in a hotel Boracay Travelodge , apply directly at the hotel. Many hotels advertise when they need staff Boracay Travelodge , but others also consider applicants who inquire about a job even though it’s not during a hiring period Boracay Travelodge . Hotels want to hire housekeepers who are pleasant and honest. Boracay Travelodge They may perform a background check to ensure aspiring housekeepers don’t have a questionable record. After an interview, if all goes well, the hotel welcomes a new housekeeper to the team Boracay Travelodge . Boracay Travelodge Boracay Travelodge train housekeepers in specific cleaning methods. Most require beds to made to a particular standard or bathrooms to be cleaned using specified cleaning products. Housekeepers that work in the laundry are required to iron and fold linen to precise specifications as well Boracay Travelodge . Cleaning Tools Housekeepers Boracay Travelodge are required to use certain tools while cleaning a guest room. Tools range from vacuum cleaners to dust rags and mops. Housekeepers must make sure they stock their cleaning carts with enough supplies so they do not waste time retrieving items from the housekeeping department Boracay Travelodge. Organization Room setting Boracay Travelodge is essential when preparing a room for hotel guests. The hotel guest must feel comfortable on entering a room, Boracay Travelodge and many hotels add special touches, such as luxury bath products, room design or bedding, that set them apart from other hotels. Housekeepers must arrange these special touches to specifications required by the hotel. Other duties may include folding and hanging towels in an appealing design, arranging a wet bar or turning down the bed and adding chocolate Boracay Travelodge . Boracay Travelodge Housekeeping is a physically demanding job that can result in job injuries Boracay Travelodge. Housekeepers are at risk of back strain and increased leg and feet injuries. Many hotel chains require housekeepers to wear back braces, lowering the chance of back strain from lifting or bending. Proper shoes are crucial, and circulation hose help to relieve stress to the legs Boracay Travelodge . Laundry Skills Boracay Travelodge launder and iron hundreds of sheets, towel and wash cloths daily. Many also launder personal items for guests and cannot ruin guest clothing. Duties include washing, folding, ironing and dry cleaning Boracay Travelodge. Communication Skills Boracay Travelodge encounter hotel guest on a regular basis. They are required to be able to communicate well and anticipate guest needs. They must assist with requests for additional items such as extra towels or personal items. Housekeepers have to ensure a guest room is clean and comfortable. Moreover, housekeepers are required to resolve any complaints that a guest may have with a room that does not meet the guest standardsBoracay Travelodge . Dusting The attendant dusts all areas of the hotel room. This includes dressers, counters, desks and TVs. This requires that any books or magazines on tables be moved for dusting. Bedding All bedding is changed daily. Boracay Travelodge This includes sheets, pillowcases, covers and blankets. Some hotels require housekeeping room attendants to replace sheets and top sheets using military corners. This means that the sides and foot portion of the sheets are tucked neatly and tightly under the edges of the mattress Boracay Travelodge . Scrubbing and mopping Housekeeping Boracay Travelodge room attendants clean all countertops in the bathroom and vanity areas with disinfectant. This also includes scrubbing the toilets and the showers inside and out with disinfectants. They must also mop the bathroom and any other tiled areas of the hotel room Boracay Travelodge . They remove Boracay Travelodge used washcloths and towels. Clean ones should be neatly stacked on the shelving Boracay Travelodge. Boracay Travelodge Housekeeping attendants Boracay Travelodge vacuum the entire carpeted area of the hotel room. In some hotels, they are required to move furniture to vacuum underneath. They also vacuum the upholstered furniture, such as couches and chairs Boracay Travelodge. Customer Service Housekeeping room Boracay Travelodge attendants must fulfill any request made by the guest. This may involve laundry requests Boracay Travelodge, room service orders to be filled and even special favors such as ordering from the hotel gift shop. This ensures a better level of customer service for the guestBoracay Travelodge . Opening Doors The duties Boracay Travelodge of a doorman usually include opening doors as guests or residents arrive or depart the hotel or apartment. The doorman Boracay Travelodge may also have gates to open or intercoms to answer as guests arrive. The doorman must also be friendly and smile as he greets people because this enhances a guest's or resident's overall experience Boracay Travelodge . Carrying Bags The Boracay Travelodge doorman is often required to walk out to a taxicab or limousine and offer to carry the arriving passenger's bags inside the hotel or residence. At luxury hotels, the doorman may wait for the guest to check in, then transport his luggage on a portable dolly cart to his room Boracay Travelodge . Once there, the doorman will usually remove the luggage from the dolly and ask the guest if he needs anything else Boracay Travelodge . Boracay Travelodge The Boracay Travelodge duties of a doorman often entail receiving packages from overnight carriers. The doorman may then hold the package at the front desk, or deliver it to a person's room himself. Sometimes, guests may also need packages mailed and, in turn, Boracay Travelodge pay a doorman to obtain the necessary items in which to send the package. Boracay TravelodgeThe doorman may then call an overnight Boracay Travelodge carrier and arrange for the carrier to pick up the package. Handling Problems and Errands A doorman may perform Boracay Travelodge duties that are not typically in his job description. At times, he may need to assist a guest or resident, who has an injury or medical problem, if no one else is around. The doorman will then notify the manager and stay with the guest until the doctor or life squad arrives. The doorman also may find himself answering a guest's questions or running an errand for the guest like picking up a prescription at the drugstore Boracay Travelodge. Delivering Food A doorman who Boracay Travelodge works in a hotel that has a restaurant, may be required to deliver breakfast, lunch and dinner to guests during peak dining hours. Typically, Boracay Travelodgeluxury hotels employ multiple people as doormen so at least one is available to handle meal deliveries. The doorman may also pick up trays after guests are finished eating, especially late at night if there is no one available in housekeeping Boracay Travelodge. Crowd Control The Boracay Travelodge doorman at nightclubs is usually required to maintain the crowd level under a certain room capacity. The Boracay Travelodge doorman may use hand counters to keep track of people entering and leaving a building. Moreover, the nightclub doorman is usually responsible for controlling unruly patrons or breaking up fights, along with bouncers, unless the doorman is also the bouncer. Boracay Travelodge A doorman often rounds up guests at closing time and escorts them out before locking the door Boracay Travelodge. Stripping Rooms Many hotels Boracay Travelodge require you to strip all rooms before you begin to clean them. Boracay Travelodge Others will have you strip the room and complete all tasks in that room at one time. Stripping the room consists of removing all dirty linens, including sheets, pillowcases, bath towels, bath mat, hand towels and wash cloths Boracay Travelodge. Check for Needed Items When you are required to remove all linens from all of your assigned rooms before cleaning Boracay Travelodge , you will find that you can save time by checking the refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, safe, closets and garbage cans during the stripping process. Boracay Travelodge This way you will already be aware of anything extra the room may need such as Boracay Travelodge food left in the microwave or the need to replace condiments. Boracay Travelodge If you are required to strip a room and then clean it, Boracay Travelodgeyou could check these items in the same way but may find that you will save time by doing them as you go. Ready to Clean Now that the room is stripped, you are ready to begin cleaning. First you will want to get all linens and cleaning supplies from your cart and bring them into the room with you. Having everything in the room with you saves time walking in and out of the room to obtain new items. Start by thoroughly spraying the toilet, sink and bathtub or shower with bathroom cleaner for cleaning later Boracay Travelodge. Beds Once Boracay Travelodgeyour bathroom is sprayed down with cleaner, it is time to make the bed or beds. If the room has two beds, a crib or a rollaway bed, make all of them before moving on. Dusting After the beds are made, do a run-through of the room, collecting any soda cans, food wrappers and other stray items that should be thrown out Boracay Travelodge. Dispose of them in the room garbage can and move the garbage can toward the door Boracay Travelodge. Spray down the surfaces to be dusted and proceed to dust them Boracay Travelodge. As you dust the clothing dressers and nightstands, open the drawers to be sure there were no items left behind by the departing guests. Boracay TravelodgeAlso as you are dusting the furniture in the room, check that the clock is plugged in, working and set to the correct time. Make sure that the phone is plugged in to the phone jack and there is not voicemail left on it that was intended for the previous guest. This is also a good time in your process to make sure that the mirrors in the room are dust-free and streak-free Boracay Travelodge. Replacing Items Now that the room is dusted, replace any items that may have been used during the guests' stay. Check for items that your hotel offers, such as shampoo, soap, conditioner, coffee, condiments, coffee cups, coffee packs, laundry bags, water cups and ice buckets. Replace any of the items that are used or missing. Again, make use of the in-room garbage cans for used items, such as shampoo. Refrigerator and Microwave If Boracay Travelodge the room is equipped with a refrigerator or microwave, clean both nextBoracay Travelodge. While cleaning these items, be sure they are plugged in and working properlyBoracay Travelodge. Bathroom Now that Boracay Travelodgethe rest of the room is clean and organized, it is time to clean the bathroom. If the tub and shower appear to be heavily soiled, you may want to give them another spray-down before beginning to clean. Starting with the bathing area of the bathroom, be sure to scrub and wipe down all walls, fixtures, knobs and the tub area thoroughlyBoracay Travelodge. The entire tub/shower should be clean, Boracay Travelodgedry and hair free when you are done with the cleaning process. Next, use your spray, Boracay Travelodgecleaning rag and toilet brush and scrub the toilet thoroughly. Again, be sure not to leave the toilet wet or with hair on or around Boracay Travelodgeit. Repeat the process around the sink and countertop Boracay Travelodge. Floors Most hotels have tile bathroom floors Boracay Travelodge. If your hotel offers mopping solution, use it to mop the floor from back to front so you do not leave footprints. Boracay TravelodgeIf your hotel offers spray for you to mop the floor, spray the floor generously and mop the entire floor, again front to back. Get around the edges at the base of the toilet and behind it. Double check for hair or scuffs that may be on the floor Boracay Travelodge. Vacuum the carpeted portion of the room at this time. Be sure to get around the edges of the bed and other furnitureBoracay Travelodge. Final Tasks Take the garbage bags and supply the garbage cans with fresh bags. Replace the cans in the proper locations in the room. Remove your supplies from the roomBoracay Travelodge. If your hotel offers an air freshener, use it as directed at this time. While freshening the room, give each area another look to be sure there is nothing left untouchedBoracay Travelodge. Following Boracay Travelodgethis strategy will allow you to save time by always working while moving from one end of the room to the other end, completing all of the tasks you can along the wayBoracay Travelodge.

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