Best hotels to work for in 2017

Working in a hotel can be great, especially if you’re in an exotic location that you get to enjoy on your days off but don’t make that decision lightly. We have heard first-hand of the amount of hard work needed to keep up at a 5-star resort. If your mind is made up however, take a look at the list below for creme dela creme of hospitality.

Now, since these are the heavy hitters, we’ll just mention things that might be unique to the company itself. There isn’t even need to talk about things like free snacks, lunch, discounted or free rooms, dry cleaning, and other employee discounts. They’re, of course, to be expected. All of them also pay quite well but they all have about 20 applicants per opening so make sure to checkout the read more links and scroll to the How to get hired section if you are serious.


Even though Mariott group has more then a 100 thousand employees it consistently ranks very high among the best places to work for. It ranks particularly well for millennials probably due to perks such as a good number of days off (25 with one year of service) as well as daycare. Of course, they also have a bunch of in house perks such as employee discounts for stays, spas and restaurants.

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Hilton’s time off is slightly less then Mariott, even though it’s only 3 days less for annual leave and 10 days less for maternal leave, but it provides paternal leave in equal number as well It also provides 100% matching for retirement schemes as well.

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Hyatt is the highest rated by their own employees and with good reason. Their vacation days are less then the two above but their healthcare plans are very comprehensive.

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Kimpton is not particularly well known in Asia since they operate only in the states but they are owned by Intercontinental. Their employee satisfaction numbers are impressive for a hospitality company that has only 8000 employees. They seem to be very family focused with excellent parental and health benefits, including, seriously, a pet bereavement leave that you can take if your little furry friend moves to a farm. Adorable!

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Four seasons

Four seasons is well known as a company to work for especially since they’ve been around for so long. They are also one of the leaders in sustainability in hospitality so for anyone that’s environment inclined that’s an additional plus.

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