I’m a hotel receptionist, working nights is easy
THE day-to-day running of a hotel is uninterrupted, especially in the mornings and afternoons when people are checking in and out.
But a hotel receptionist has revealed how very different it is to work the night shift.
Posting her nighttime routine working in a hotel lobby on TikTok, user Erica Baeby went viral with over 200,000 views.
In a previous video, Erica told her followers that she had to share the benefits of working in a hotel overnight because she was bored working.
Erica from the USA has revealed how her job gets her paid to bask in the video caption.
First, she walks around the hotel lobby to reveal that there are no customers to watch while working the night shift.
The hotel is eerily quiet, but that means Erica is able to finish her administrative work within 10-15 minutes of starting her shift.
Leaving her free to do whatever she wants for the rest of the night.
The receptionist and other night workers also have unlimited free coffee and food available to them throughout their shift.
She said: ‘There is 24/7 coffee and food that we employees can prepare anytime as we serve breakfast in the morning.
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Employees can choose from a variety of cereals, fresh fruit, yogurts, muffins and bagels to eat during their shift.
And as if that weren’t enough, if employees are tired after working nights, they can stay in one of the hotel rooms for FREE to catch up on sleep.
In addition, the hotel employee has free rein at the hotel’s gym and swimming pool whenever she wishes.
Erica added, “Not to mention discount hotels in other places!
“So yeah… Plus it’s a pretty quiet night, nobody’s bothering me.
“Perfect job for online courses.”
It really does sound like a dream job and viewers seemed eager to join the hospitality industry after seeing the benefits.
One of them asked, “How can I apply?”
“Okay that looks amazing lol.” Adding another user.
A third commented: “You got me in online classes, I need to save time and work. Win win.”