Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants Employee Reviews about "great benefits"
71% would recommend to a friend
(91 total reviews)
81% approve of CEO
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- "Great benefits and so much room to grow." (in 78 reviews)
- "Great culture – allows employees to be their true selves at work has a focus on growing and developing them – personally through self" (in 62 reviews)
- "Some of the people are great you work with" (in 53 reviews)
- "Good for managers who enjoy spending 70% of time in the office not on the floor." (in 28 reviews)
- "Fun work environment." (in 23 reviews)
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Updated 21 Nov 2023
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- 4.05 Dec 2019Front Desk AgentFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsDallas, TX
The healthcare benefits provided by Kimpton were great. Their corporate offices are based in California so the insurance offered had California benefits. Love the culture and with the majority of the hotels being small, you had a lot of opportunity for growth.
High-stress during peak seasons. Systems were outdated during my time of employment. It was difficult to get time off since they really need you during the busy season.Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants Response4y
We hear you, hospitality can be pretty stressful at times. So glad to hear you enjoyed our culture and benefits. Thanks for sharing!
- 3.028 Jul 2021Line CookCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWinston-Salem, NC
The benefits they offer are great for a restaurant job. The hotels are pretty nice and the hotel management was great.
Restaurant management was regularly dishonest and erratic during my employment. They also work you into the ground, which is great for overtime but gets old quickly.
- 3.024 Mar 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Francisco, CA
The overall Company is great, Room to move around and move up within. They have great benefits.
I worked at the Hotel Monaco and we had just gone through a management change when I started, we were all way overworked and not making enough. Never fun to be forced to work doubles.1
- 5.015 Sept 2021Sales & Events ManagerFormer Employee
Great networking and hotel benefit. Beautiful hotel.
Compensation. Hospitality took a big hit after covid-19. The industry is not the same.
- 5.02 Apr 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearMiami, FL
company and upper management definitely care about health & happiness. great benefits for yourself and spouse. competitive salary and bonus structures. Great hotel discounts. 401k benefits.
The company empowers non management employees and it can serve as a double edged sword. Some of the employees believe empowerment means they are now managers.
- 3.023 Mar 2009Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeePortland, OR
It costs only $50 to stay at a 5-star hotel that would have cost you well over $300 a night at a normal rate. People at work is generally friendly and courteous.
Promotion path is vague at best. There is no guideline or communication on how to get promoted. If you look at the organization structure, you will see there are managers and directors with no direct reports or a manager could be reporting to a VP. So, you can't get a sense of how someone get promoted or how a position is filled. Benefits are not great but sufficient.1