Hotels Manage Tasks

A hotel manager, hotelier, or lodging manager is a person who manages the operation of a hotel, motel, resort, or other lodging-related establishment. Management of a hotel operation includes, but is not limited to management of hotel staff, business management, upkeep and sanitary standards of hotel facilities, guest satisfaction and customer service, marketing management, sales management, revenue management, financial accounting, purchasing, and other functions. The title “hotel manager” or “hotelier” often refers to the hotel’s General Manager who serves as a hotel’s head executive, though their duties and responsibilities vary depending on the hotel’s size, purpose, and expectations from ownership. The hotel’s General Manager is often supported by subordinate department managers that are responsible for individual departments and key functions of the hotel operation.

Hotel managers are generally exposed to long shifts that include late hours, weekends, and holidays due to the 24-hour operation of a hotel. The common workplace environment in hotels is fast-paced, with high levels of interaction with guests, employees, investors, and other managers.

Upper management consisting of senior managers, department heads, and General Managers may sometimes enjoy a more desirable work schedule consisting of a more traditional business day with occasional weekends and holidays off. Depending on the size of the hotel, a typical hotel manager’s day may include assisting with operational duties, managing employee performance, handling dissatisfied guests, managing