I worked here 5 years ago as a Housekeeper. The timescales they have for cleaning rooms is completely impossible. I had 4 hours to clean 16 rooms, that was 20 mins per room with no time factored in for room size, time to go and replenish stocks, or sort out lost property. If you are new and struggling, as soon as you start running behind, you get talked about, slated, and have your mistakes pointed out to you and your intelligence openly questioned by management. Also, some of the other housekeepers, who had been there longer, were expected to clean 20 rooms in 4 hours. We're talking about 15 mins a room, that's stripping and making the bed, setting up new beds if needed, vacuuming, dusting, replenishing cups and condiments, cleaning and polishing the shower, bath, sinks and toilet, wiping surfaces, emptying the bin, saving lost property, as well as dashing back and forth to get supplies. You will come out physically and mentally exhausted, not to mention in the heat of summer when there is no air conditioning and the targets are exactly the same.
It is simply not possible to reach the targets they are setting, with your physical and mental health intact.
The working conditions are absolutely shocking and abysmal.
When I left I was told "don't worry, it happens all the time". I wonder why...