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Room Attendants in the Philippines

A room attendant, sometimes known as hotel housekeeper, is a person who is responsible for cleaning and maintaining rooms and other facilities in inns, lodges, hotels and other places of accommodation. The job description may include making beds, changing linens, cleaning bathrooms and replacing used towels and toiletries, and taking of laundry and dry cleaning services.

What course do I need to take to become a room attendant?

Different employers may require different courses or degrees for those interested in becoming a room attendant. Common courses/degrees that may help you get a veterinary job include:

The article above was meant as a general reference for people who would like to get an idea of what kind of job this is. We make no claims that it is a hundred percent accurate, comprehensive, and up to date. We suggest that you conduct further research before acting on any of the information posted on the site.

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  1. We are in need of skilled Room Attendants. Do you have anyone who finished your courses? Please send us their resumes at

    Thank you

  2. Hi Good day!

    I am really interested to learn and to become a room attendant. And i like working in hotels, inns, etc. Can anyone give me idea, any schools or training centers, that offering ROOM ATTENDANT short courses for NCII, that is accredited by TESDA.
    Specially in Lapu-lapu City, Cebu, or nearby cities. Can you guys post the names of the schools or the said training centers.

    Thanks and God bless.

  3. hi po,
    ask q lng kng meron buh available na free training for room attendant ngayon?

    • Hi, Janice!

      So far, we haven’t come across any announcements of free trainings for flight attendants. If you want to be sure, though, you could probably do some additional research of your own.


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