Hotel Housekeeper Salary in Texas City, Texas

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Average Salary for Hotel Housekeeper in Texas City, Texas

The average salary of a(n) Hotel Housekeeper in Texas City, Texas is $26,752.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Hotel Housekeeper in Texas City, Texas is $12.86.

The average bonus of a(n) Hotel Housekeeper in Texas City, Texas is $436.00.

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AM Housekeeper - Full -Time -Hotel Galvez - Galveston, TX

Wyndham Hotel Group

Hotel Galvez & Spa. As the world’s largest hotel company, and a leading player in the global hospitality industry, Wyndham Hotel Group boasts 7,500 hotels and...

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Housekeeper - Texas City, TX

TMI Hospitality

The Housekeeper is responsible for maintaining a high standard of cleanliness in guest rooms and common areas of the hotel....

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Housekeeping/Room Attendant (Galveston) - Galveston, TX

Quality Inn & Suites Beachfront, Galveston, TX - TX880

Able to carry out hotel emergency procedures. The purpose of the Housekeeper/Room Attendant is to maintain cleanliness of all guestrooms according to brand...

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Room Attendant - Houston, TX

LBA Properties

Assist in maintaining other areas of the hotel in a clean and orderly condition, (ex. The next step for this position is in a training capacity as a checker,...

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Housekeeper Room Attendant Galveston - Texas City, TX

HSS HOSPITALITY STAFFING SOLUTIONS

Clean rooms daily to hotel expectations for excellent guest experience. Our hotel clients offer our HSS employees a wonderful environment, a nice uniform and...

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