posted September 16, 2019DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Entrance to Universal Orlando
Candidate must have 2 years previous hotel houseperson experience, preferably in a mid/large size hotel. Must be flexible with work assignments and able to work weekends and holidays.
The Houseperson candidate must have (2) two years of previous hotel Houseperson experience, preferably in a mid/large size hotel. Must be a team player, work well with others, as well as independently; able to multitask and work in a fast paced environment.
5780 Major Boulevard
Orlando, FL 32819
742 Room Hotel
We are within walking distance of Universal Studios Florida, Islands of Adventure, Universal's Volcano Bay™ Water Park and CityWalk. As a Universal Partner Hotel, we are located at the entrance to Universal Orlando™ Resort and near popular attractions such as The Mall at Millenia, Premium Outlets Orlando, SeaWorld® Orlando and Walt Disney® World Resorts.
Our Universal Partner Hotel has multiple restaurants on property, Starbucks serving all the favorite beverages, Pompanos offering a full breakfast buffet, fresh dough pizza at Angelo's Pizza, Burgers and More or a wide variety of American Cuisine at our American Grill.
Scheduled transportation to Universal Orlando Resort™, SeaWorld Orlando®, and Aquatica is available. Schedule is based on regular park operating hours and does not run continuously and space is limited. Guests can visit the Universal Partner Hotel Vacation Planning Center in the lobby for more details. The Vacation Planning Center is staffed with experienced Universal Orlando Resort™ Vacation Planners ready to help with ticket orders, redemptions and whatever else guests may need to make their vacation extraordinary.
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