Sought position: Receptionist Ref ID: n°31329 Town: Bora Bora Country : French Polynesia Contract type: Long term contract Contract start date : Early August 2017 Salary: A confirmer Experience: experienced Job status: Employee Job category: Accommodation / Reception and Public relations Online since 2017/07/14 This job position is still available for the week of 2017-07-24
The Receptionist welcomes and registers Resort guests, explaining the accommodations and establishing credit or method of payment. He/she makes check in and check out, informs guests about all the Resort facilities. He/she checks guest out of the hotel, preparing and explaining the bill. He/she responds to a wide variety of guest requests by accurately assessing the guest needs and requests and then adding personal recommendations and touches to achieve maximum customer satisfaction while complying with all Four Seasons’ policies.
Fluency in English and French is required. Knowledge of foreign languages is advantageous
European applicants are preferable (French country)
Applicants are required to have at least 1 year as a receptionist, in luxury hospitality industry.
Excellent communication skills for both guest and colleagues interactions
Exceptional customer service
Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora combines the romance of a South Seas island with all the trappings of a luxury hotel - and reinvents staying on the water.
The sight of Mount Otemanu never gets old. Towering above this South Pacific coral island's vast blue lagoon, its green volcanic cone is the vista from the deck of your over-the-water lodgings at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora. The 1,080 sq. ft., thatch-roofed bungalow's high-ceilinged living room features teak furniture and Polynesian artwork. Adding even more light to its marble bathroom is a lagoon-view glass panel set in the floor.
With 121 rooms and suites - including seven beachfront villas - Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora revels in its breathtakingly beautiful setting. Enjoy fresh seafood on the terrace at waterside Arii Moana, or a private sunset dinner on the beach, accompanied by Polynesian music. Dusk is also prime time to hoist a Bora Bora cocktail at Sunset Restaurant and Bar.
Between that beach expedition and catamaran tour, check into the spa, which overlooks the palm tree-fringed lagoon. Treat yourself to a warm-seashell massage in the view spa suite.
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