Hotel Receptionists work at the front desk of hotels. They are often the first people guests come in contact with when they enter a hotel. They provide information about a hotel’s services, reservations and vacancies. They are also responsible for ensuring the guests are coordinated with all aspects of a hotel’s services and personnel.
If you are presently working as a hotel receptionist and are thinking of changing jobs, you may need a reference letter from your boss – same like the following.
January 28, 2015
To Whom It May Concern
It is with great pleasure that I am referring Leila Bing as a candidate for the position of a Hotel Receptionist with Pantra Suites. She has worked with Hilton Hotel for over seven years and has been an absolute delight to work with.
Leila is the perfect example of an uncompromising worker. I have never known her to be tardy as she always ensures that she goes well and beyond the call of duty to work diligently and finish her work. Guests’ feedback at several points in her career has ensured that she received commendations and awards for her outstanding guest services over the years. She has also been offered a promotion twice which she has politely declined owing to “I enjoy my work too much to want to do anything else.”
It is sad to see Leila leave us to pursue her dream of living in New York. We wish her the best of luck in all that she does in her professional and personal life. She will definitely be an asset for the organization wherever she will work.
263 Bond Street
Baltimore, MD 90222
Phone: (007) 241-3241