Yes. Bear in mind that most hotel cleaning jobs need to be performed when guests are out, which typically means you’ll need to available for work during the daytime. Many London hotels offer a turn down service in the evening, and if these are part of your hotel’s standard room attendant duties you may find shifts for a broader range of hours.
Depending on the establishment, there may not be a difference and the room attendant role may be indistinguishable from cleaning or housekeeping jobs. Some hotels, however may make a slight distinction between the roles. A room attendant, in addition to their housekeeping duties, may be expected to respond to guest requests and enquiries – often as part of turn-down duties.
Yes on both counts. The hotels looking for room attendants to join their establishments need temporary workers who can ‘hit the ground running’ and carry out their duties with minimal tuition and supervision. That’s why we are only looking for experienced housekeepers and room attendants. Regarding temporary and part time, our service was designed to match Heroes who can’t (or prefer not to) work conventional hours with employers offering opportunities that match their availability. That’s not to say that our London room attendant Heroes never find permanent work with our employers – occasionally they do – but that is not the expectation of us or our clients.