Working at Sandman Hotel Group: company overview and reviews

Sandman Hotel Group
Sandman Hotel Group
3.4
162 reviews
Sandman Hotel Group ratings
3.4
Average rating of 162 reviews on Indeed
3.3Work-life balance
3.0Pay & benefits
3.1Job security & advancement
3.2Management
3.2Culture
Headquarters
Vancouver
Employees
2 to 10
Revenue
less than $1M (USD)
Industry
Restaurants, Travel and Leisure

Popular jobs at Sandman Hotel Group

 Average salarySalary range
12 salaries reported
$23.56
per hour
$10.15-$43.85
4 salaries reported
$21.16
per hour
$10.15-$36.30
2 salaries reported
$23.50
per hour
$10.15-$42.00
2 salaries reported
$15.75
per hour
$10.15-$23.65
10 salaries reported
$2,000
per month
$1,700-$3,000
Salary satisfaction
51%
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 244 reviews

Sandman Hotel Group reviews

Overall reviews at Sandman Hotel Group

4.0
Director of Operations | Ontario | Dec. 11, 2015
Great learning environment.
Great management and work culture. Hands on management with too much emphasis on employees. A great environment to learn and get yourself empowered. Most promotions are from within which gives employees the opportunity to grow internally. They are good in what they do and their approach is producing great results.
ProsEmployee focused
ConsManagement felt left out at times.
4.0
Housekeeper | Calgary, AB | Nov. 21, 2011
I would say Sandman is a huge company.
Sandman Hotel is a huge company with lots of great people and team members. We treat us equally. They give recognition to those people who have excellent performance in their work.
Proswe all treat as a team member.
Consadd more benefits for employees.
4.0
Production Assembler | Revelstoke, BC | Mar. 21, 2017
Great people fun enviroment
Hard work with great flexible hours Amazing staff and management Great perks with the local ski hill and discounted rate at other hotels Always able to grab more hours
5.0
Janitor | Castlegar, BC | Jan. 24, 2016
Great place to work
management and co-workers are great. Low turnover. pay is reasonable management sets clear and realistic goals and recognizes good performance.
Prosgood pay
Conslow hours in off season
5.0
Night Auditor | Williams Lake, BC | Feb. 9, 2020
Loved this job was sad to go
I look forward to there being a positive here in the future I would love to come back I miss the people and the environment I had this as my first hotel job and I’ve been hooked since missing my regular ls
ProsRegulars
ConsHad to go
1.0
Customer Service Representative | Prince George, BC | Jan. 23, 2017
stay away!
this was a great place before they implemented certain people. After that it lost any life it had left. Stay away. Far away .
Prosget to meet great people from all over the world.
Consmanagement
5.0
Guest Service Agent | Vancouver, BC | Mar. 3, 2017
very fun work place
busy location gog go noe stop from hockey game nights to concerts to group tours , always something different the staff and guest are amazing and i really enjoy my day at work.
Proshockey games
4.0
Front Desk Agent | Edmonton, AB | Sep. 15, 2015
Good Experience
The best part about this job was interacting with the hotel guests that come and go. I also learnt a great amount of customer service and why it is important to go above and beyond for a guest/client. After working at the front desk for a while, I moved onto working in the banquet rooms. Banquets were stressful at times trying to please the clients, but it wasn't stressful everyday.
ProsCustomer Service experience
ConsThe odd rude guest
3.0
Front Desk Agent | Edmonton, AB | Jan. 19, 2019
hard work
it can be a very demanding job. Slow moments here and there but they are rare. And can be very tedious most day. If you are wanting just a part time job to make some cash.
Prosfast paced
Consfast paced
4.0
Front Desk Clerk/Night Auditor | Penticton, BC | Dec. 16, 2016
Decent entry level job
I have a great boss and co-works but the work-life balance is difficult to manage and the wages or low. The hospitality industry is very seasonal resulting in few hours in winter and LOTS in the summer.

Questions and answers about Sandman Hotel Group

What should you wear to an interview at Sandman Hotel?
Asked Jun. 17, 2017
Decent and formal outfit most preferrebly a suit.
Answered Mar. 15, 2019
Formal dressing
Answered Mar. 15, 2019
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Sandman Hotel Group a better place to work?
Asked Jan. 11, 2019
By working along the guidelines of hotel and provide the best of my service
Answered Oct. 5, 2020
By working along the guidelines of the hotel and provide the best of my service.
Answered Mar. 15, 2019
What are the perks offered by Sandman Hotel Group?
Asked Sep. 23, 2018
Hotel and dennys discounts. 3 free hotel nights at any sandman.
Answered Jun. 18, 2019
Free hotel nights Restaurant discount
Answered Mar. 15, 2019
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Sandman Hotel Group? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Sep. 23, 2018
I applied on indeed. Had an interview the next day. Was hired on to start the following Monday.
Answered Oct. 31, 2018
If they need staff they will hire you very soon and if they have other options they will not respond to you
Answered Oct. 11, 2018
How should you prepare for an interview at Sandman Hotel Group?
Asked Oct. 3, 2017
By being taking questions as they come and provide truthful information to the company
Answered Mar. 15, 2019
Just answer the question and be sure don't be nerveuse
Answered Sep. 23, 2018