Graduate Hotels®, is seeking a Part Time, Overnight Public Area Attendant to join Graduate Fayettville and its wonderful team of hospitality enthusiasts.
Graduate Hotels creates authentic, playful spaces that connect a community's travelers, students, and locals. Through thoughtfully curated design, creative F&B and community-focused events, we create hotels worthy of their hometown.
We are a diverse team of experience makers and storytellers. As a Graduate Hotels team member, you are the local insider shaping guest experiences. Our goal is to make every guest feel like a local even if it's their first time in town. In order to help you deliver on that goal, we encourage our team members to embody the same mindset as our guests through Graduate experiences and encouraged community exploration.
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Graduate Hotels is a hand-crafted collection of hotels that reside in dynamic university-anchored towns across the country. Each hotel pays homage to the heritage of its unique town through cultural nods to the local community. Launched in 2014, there are currently 19 open and operating hotels across the U.S. and an additional 15 hotels under development slated to open by the end of 2020. Graduate Hotels is owned by Adventurous Journeys (AJ) Capital Partners, a Chicago-based vertically-integrated real estate developer, owner and operator. For more information on Graduate Hotels, please visit graduatehotels.com.
*Graduate Hotels Management is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Prepare to be inspired. In our hotel, little moments of surprise and discovery meet guests around every corner. Malin + Goetz amenities, complimentary wi-fi and other little luxuries enhance every stay.
Right in the heart of downtown, Graduate Fayetteville is the perfect spot for your next Northwest Arkansas getaway. The hotel is just a few blocks off Dickson Street and a short stroll from the University of Arkansas campus. Guests will feel happily at home in our colorful, rustic spaces, decked out with nods to the Ozarks, Old Main and notable Razorbacks.