I worked at a hotel (not Hilton) in college and they targeted 26 mins per room. The rooms were similar to what I see in most Hiltons, so I would assume it is about the same. If the room attendant was able to get 1-2 more rooms in during the same period of time they would get a small bonus.
Does anyone know the approximate time it takes to clean or prepare rooms for the following types:
Deluxe Plus Rooms
If anyone can help me out. Any answers welcome. Anything from past experiences to actual fact knowledge welcome.
Standard room takes a bit less than 30 minutes and a deluxe room/suite about 10-15 minutes more. I have worked in 4 different hotels. Ramada, Intercontinental, Hilton and Crowne Plaza. It is the same everywhere. LUXURY hotels might give an extra 5 minutes per room. Or then there might be 2 people cleaning the room if in Asia (India, Thailand etc.)
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I'm lazy and not doing a search, but I think I recall a recent article saying 14 rooms per shift was expected of an Housekeeping employee. I'd imagine this information is not proprietary, and would not be so difficult to get.
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An interesting thread and an interesting question.
It would seem that the average is somewhere between 30 and 45 minutes.
Time of 1 hour and 45 minutes at the Four Seasons seems rather longer than anyone would expect.