Hotel in Newport, Rhode Island

East Coast, Beaches

As a member of the prestigious Historic Hotels of America, this Hotel holds a special place in history. Brimming with stories of famous dignitaries and celebrities, the hotel has offered gracious hospitality for over 80 years, a wonderful combination of style, comfort and modern amenities.

Jobs: servers, greeters, bussers, housekeepers, banquet houseman and culinary staffing.
Dates: May 15th to October 1st 2015.
Pay: server $5/hour, greeter $12/hour, busser $7.40/hour + tips, housekeepers $9.75/hour.
Accommodation: not provided by the employer; usually in that area is approximately around $350/ month.
Public transportation: The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) operates statewide intra- and intercity bus transport from its hubs at Kennedy Plaza in Providence, Pawtucket, and Newport. RIPTA bus routes serve 38 of Rhode Island’s 39 cities and towns. (New Shoreham on Block Island is not served). RIPTA currently operates 58 routes, including daytime trolley service (using trolley-style replica buses) in Providence and Newport.
Nearest Social Security office: Employer will drive you to Social Security office.
Employer comments: Newport, Rhode Island`s hotels and motels serve every need, from families on a vacation trip to enjoy the Newport beaches and mansions, to couples looking for a romantic weekend getaway with fine dining, shopping, and walking through this beautiful Colonial city.

Nicknamed the Ocean State, Rhode Island has a number of oceanfront beaches.
Rhode Island is bordered by Connecticut to the west and Massachusetts to the north and east, and it shares a water boundary with New York’s Long Island to the southwest.