Adolphus Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Hotel Adolphus is an upscale hotel and Dallas Landmark in the Main Street District of Downtown Dallas Dallas, Texas. It was for several years the tallest building in the state. Today, the hotel is part of the Marriott Hotel's Autograph Collection.
A tourist under the name of ¨Cajapan¨ shares his/her experience staying at The Adolphus in a review published by TRIP ADVISOR: "The worst hotel you can stay in. Don't even think about getting a suite here as it's the worst that I have stayed in. You think you would get your room serviced but no. Apparently, they don't do that here. Want to enjoy the lounge? No service in the lounge as well. Want to ride the elevator? You have to wait up to 10 mins for those old elevators to come to get you"
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) says"There’s not training, no meetings, no supplies, no coordinator or supervisor to help you out . The pay is very bad , the managers don’t have any experience. Cons: Everyone is your manager, there’s no respect to you, even people from sales or accounting are able to tell you what to do ..."
CONFERENCE & CATERING SERVICES COORDINATOR (Former Employee) says"Unbearable bullying, poor management, constant competition, & lack of human resources support. Treated unfairly, constantly put down by coworkers and management. Unhealthy and hostile work environment"
Chef Supervisor (Former Employee) says"poor management. harassment claims are judged by workplace seniority. you are told you are more than welcome to quit because the defendant has been with the company for 10 or so years. Management walk around as untouchable beings and their extremely chauvinistic Cons: All harassment claims are judged by workplace seniority"
FRONT DESK AGENT/PBX (Former Employee) says"Place is still trying to get together from the renovation. No proper management stability and really high turn over rates. Do not expect to have much of a personal life, they do make you work for the pay. Cons: Pay for parking deducted from your check."
Loss Prevention Supervisor (Current Employee) says"ecognized for more than a century as the iconic address for hospitality in Dallax, Texas, The Adolphus, Autograph Collection inspires each guest's journey by offering vibrant and storied surroundings and locally celebrated amenities, all crafted and delivered with intuitive, memorable service. Today, the original address for timeless Dallas refinement re-emerges as a smart, urban destination for a new century of hospitality, promising every guest a warm and extraordinary experience. The 407 spacious guest rooms and suites all have king-size beds. Among the"
Valet Supervisor (Current Employee) says"Typical day at work is 8 hours. Duties include standing in front of the hotel greeting guest while parking their vehicles. The hardest part of the job is that no matter how much you do, people who work in the hotel will still complain about you."
Guest Services, Bellman, Doorman (Current Employee) says"At The Adolphus Hotel a typical day consist of a historic hotel with lots of character and personality. I have learned to be the experience that guest look for in a hotel or business. My Co-Workers are awesome most of them have been here over 25 years. The hardest part of my job is that my shifts and hours change every week to accommodate incoming and outgoing traffic. It is very hard to raise children and be a family man when I work evenings and all weekends. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I am a people person and I love to help others. Cons: new renovations, changes in management"
Lead Bartender (Former Employee) says"Good and Bad. Covid -19 took all of our positions within hotel by 6/5/2020 Cons: None"
RESERVATION SUPERVISOR/ GROUP ROOM COORDINATOR (Former Employee) says"Meet so many people over the years"
PBX Operator (Former Employee) says"Very fun place to work.Great chance to meet exciting new people."
Bartender (Former Employee) says"Downtown Dallas Hotel Bar catering to hotel guests. Great menu, generally busy depending on occupancy of hotel. Friendly staff. Hotel offers benefits. Multiple shift options. Cons: Uniforms required"
In Room Dining Server (Former Employee) says"I absolutely loved this job and my coworkers! I was always praised for going above and beyond! However, I was injured in the job and on workmans comp and had to go to my physical therapy appointments. They fired me because my appointments conflicted with the light duty schedule they had me on."