Waiter/Waitress - London
Waiter/Waitress - Park Terrace Restaurant - Royal Garden Hotel, London
The Royal Garden Hotel is one of the UK’s largest five red star hotels comprising of 394 bedrooms, three bars, two restaurants, extensive conference and events spaces and a health club. Priding itself on providing a tailored personalised guest service, the Royal Garden Hotel is located next door to Kensington Palace and some of London’s most famous attractions. The hotel also has a rich and remarkable sporting legacy dating back to the famous World Cup win of 1966.
As the Royal Garden Hotel’s 2AA Rosette all-day fine dining restaurant, Park Terrace serves breakfast, lunch, Afternoon Tea and dinner as well as playing host to a number of special events throughout the year. Using only fresh produce from trusted local suppliers, Park Terrace serves seasonal European cuisine with a modern twist. The relaxing atmosphere overlooking Kensington Gardens means that guests can unwind while enjoying the best possible guest service which echoes throughout the hotel.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated individual, who has the gift of making our guests feel special whilst maintaining our high professional standards. We are looking for an individual who can adapt easily and positively to ever changing circumstances and who is keen to work in a challenging environment. Being able to work with others and having the ability to communicate effectively with members of the team and departments, even when working under pressure, is key. Previous A la Carte or Fine Dining experience, preferably in a similar establishment is desirable. You must demonstrate a good understanding of different service styles.
If you are interested in this position and are entitled to work in the UK, please send us a copy of your CV and cover-letter. If you require any special assistance with your application or have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our Human Resources team.
Please note: We endeavour to respond to the majority of applications, however, if you do not receive a response within three weeks, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.