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Hospitality Internships in Spain

With Spain accounting for 7% of worldwide tourism, the Iberian haven is a popular vacation destination. Coupled with the 15 million Spanish residents who traveled domestically throughout the country last summer, there is a huge demand for hospitality services, which provides many exciting opportunities for Internships in Hospitality in Spain. Whether you want to sharpen your managerial skills or expand your customer service knowledge on a global scale, our internships offer the chance to work for award-winning institutions staffed with only the best Spain has to offer.

Our alumni have interned at 3,000+ organizations including

Responsibilities at Hospitality Internships in Spain may include:

  • monitoring and updating advertising, social media and website content
  • working front of house, ensuring a high-quality guest experience
  • arranging events at the venue, from weddings to christenings
  • managing venues and events
Responsibilities at Hospitality Internships in Spain may include:

Internships in Hospitality in Spain

Here are a few examples of roles that our Hospitality Interns have taken on before:

  1. Front of House Manager

    As the first point of contact for guests, the front of house manager runs operations for the venue. From welcoming guests to dealing with any issues, this is a varied role that requires excellent customer service skills. Interns work with the rest of the team to coordinate their duties, ensuring that the establishment runs effectively.

  2. Event Assistant

    From organizing corporate events to weddings, this role seeks the mind of organised chaos, creative individuals who can communicate with clients, stick to specific budgets, deliver on tight deadlines and ensure that the venue is well presented for the day. Being on-hand to ensure everything runs smoothly.

  3. Operations Assistant

    With the opportunity to improve your customer service skills, the role of the operations assistant needs good time management and planning skills. Interns help run the operations of the business, booking reservations, completing admin, liaising with customers, and organizing the hotel’s team. You will also assist the manager and attend meetings when necessary.

  4. Food and Beverage Manager

    Whether you work in a hotel restaurant or a mobile food truck, you will have the responsibility of ensuring that the food and beverages are of the highest quality, monitoring stock and working with the chef and the waiters to ensure that the food reaches customers promptly.

The Hospitality industry

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If you enjoy working in a customer-driven role, thrive in a fast-paced environment, and are a quick thinker, then Internships in Hospitality in Spain will help you expand your skill set. Whether you want to sail down the route of hotels, restaurants or cruise ships, you will get the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in this competitive sector. 

 

 

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“I feel like I'm learning new things everyday and more importantly, I enjoy coming to my internship everyday.“

Javier Ritter Saint Louis University

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Chloe Schneider University of California Irvine

“Sometimes when you’re looking for an internship it’s hard to find somewhere where you’re doing the actual work. If you don’t show up a day it doesn’t really affect anything but here you’re actually a part of a team where you can see the work you’ve done.“

Katie Jones Skidmore College

“This remote internship helped me to realize that I want to study computer science and that this is something that I'm passionate about. It's also something that I wouldn't have explored had I not done this internship.“

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“I got here and within three weeks I launched a space balloon. We were the first company in South America to launch any space involved system.“

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With over 17,000 hotels in Spain, the opportunities to learn present themselves at every corner. The industry is bustling, and you can choose whatever you want to do, from being a hotel manager to an event coordinator, working in the most elegant establishments in Spain, as all of our interns are placed with top-tier organizations. Learn more about our Spanish internship program here.

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