Housekeeping Room Attendants or Hosts contribute to the employer’s obligation to high quality guest service and cooperation and must be the kind of person who welcomes high standards of excellence. The Room Attendant creates an outstanding experience for hotel guests by offering them a ‘better than home’ experience with welcoming, accommodating and extraordinary service, whilst maintaining a clean, relaxed and inviting environment. This position is accountable for maintaining the sanitation of the guest rooms as assigned. A high school diploma along with some cleaning experience as well as the good communication skills are prerequisites for this job.

If you are seeking a position of room attendant, try to forward the best resume in order to get an interview call. The following sample resume will let you make your best resume for room attendant position.

See Also: Room Attendant Cover Letter

Room Attendant Skills Resume Sample 

Sara. K Smith
Apt 11, Pacific Avenue, Peterborough, ON 1C1 D5S
(999) 999-9999, [Email Address]

A talented hospitality professional with extensive work experience as a Room Attendant enthusiastic to work for Starwood Hotels & Resorts where my eight years of hospitality knowledge will be fully utilized.

• Detail-oriented
• Very professional attitude
• Ability to work separately and inside a team
• Physical mobility and staying power
• Demonstrated customer service experience
• Good communication skills
• Good secretarial skills
• Excellent time management skills
• Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
• Ability to follow instruction

The City Hotel, Peterborough, ON | 2008 – Present
Room Attendant
• Dust and clean room decorations, appliances and structural surfaces
• Change linen and craft beds
• Clean showers, tubs, sinks and toilet items
• Vacuum and brush carpets and floors
• Mop floors as required
• Dust, brush, polish and vacuum furniture
• Record room condition on work assignment sheets
• Give information to guests regarding hotel services, facilities and additional conveniences
• Give information to guests regarding local attractions/services
• Prepare rooms for guest influx and responding to particular guest requests, for instance delivering newspapers or cleaning a spill
• Listen and act in response to guests’ requests or complaints
• Report lost and found articles, safeguarding problems, or particular room problems to supervisor
• Maintain storeroom and stocking carts
• Empty linen from maintenance cart into laundry cart
• Remove worn guest amenities and garbage
• Refill guest amenities and supplies
• Look over rooms for security hazards and for the operating condition of utensils

High School Diploma in Hospitality – 2002