I don't think it's going to be all that many (i.e.: the 366 quoted).
Also, you're going to have single workers, and pay them a bunch - or you're going to have to move families for long-term contract types.
Top chefs, administrators, and some other people might need to get the family contract. But the rest you can assume are just out-of-college, under 40 and single - doing a high-paying gig (like oil-rig workers) and then going back to civilization.
Also, robots. A lot of stuff can be done now (e.g.: automated bathroom cleaning, roomba, etc) via automation, and probably more in the not-too-distant future.
But, rich people may be paying in order to have 'servants' do things for them - i.e.: the human touch.
So, it also becomes a question of why are people going to the hotel in the first place? Is this in earth orbit? Or is it near something/some place that people want to go to? Distance (both time and space) from other people is a factor in how many people you need.
You're definitely going to have to have exterior maintenance people. People who check the rockets (you're going to have to be able to move the thing for space debris), as well as hull integrity, power management, etc, etc.
I don't think you're going to have landing bays and stuff. Use existing space-shuttle docking plans - no extra crew or people for that, the people flying the shuttle are perfectly capable of docking. You might want one flight controller (who can probably do double duty doing something else for the rest of the time - how many flights a day do you expect? i.e.: how long do people book their hotel rooms for?).
You're going to need guest services people. Singers, dancers, bed-warmers (ahem, probably double-duty if it's not an explicit job), microgravity coaches/team members, etc. A lot of those people could be double-duty with other tasks - but some are going to be single-duty (prima dona singers/musicians, for example).
You'll have to have cooks if it's a stand-alone hotel. I doubt there are pizza delivery places in space. Unless you're near enough (transit time) to other places, it's going to have to be part of your complex. Automated meals are only so-so, unless you have amazing technology (nano-assemblers/replicators) - and people often like to see people making their food (often).
Do you count crew of ships and ground facilities? You'll need a ton of people on the ground to handle stuff, you'll also need pilots, ground control, fueling specialists, repair guys and such (and marketing, sales, and...). But people sleep on the space-shuttle, and if space-flight is cheap and easy, there's no need to have pilots bunking on-station - they just de-orbit (assuming less than 12-14 hours. on-duty) and go home for the day. Your emergency pilots (if needed) can be double-duty staff. But, you don't even need pilots if you're in Earth orbit - just give them re-entry capsules, and tell them to get in and the computer handles the re-entry.
You will need trained emergency staff - but that could be part of every worker's job. You're going to have to pay these workers very well (assuming no orbital society to draw workers from), but since you're paying them very well, you can also require them to be very skilled. Everyone knows how to fight fires, handle decompressions, basic medical care, etc.
Speaking of medical care, you're going to need a set of physicians (round-the-clock staffing, and emergency staffing: probably minimum of 2-3, and more likely 4-6: assuming skilled nursing double-duty types are available to triage/help). You're far away from any medical care, and space is dangerous. Assuming no automation to take care of that. Telemedicine will only work in Earth orbit, otherwise the lightspeed delays will make a hash of any operation not run by a skilled program. You don't need a full hospital, but you do need an emergency room - and people who are able to take direction from tele-doctors.
Depending how rich your clients are, you may need some bulky security staffing.
You may have weapon systems on your hotel, to prevent hostage-taking / takeover attempts.
You'll definitely need a house detective or two. But those might be double-duty - especially so to handle internal theft, etc. One or two of those may be posing as guests, if so you'll lose a room or two of capacity, since they should be treated exactly as guests.
You don't need any yard/landscaping workers. It's possible that your maintenance crew is minimal (i.e.: emergency repairs only), and you bring up skilled workers to handle over-hauls and bigger jobs / routine maintenance - all that happens on scheduled intervals and/or on contract, so you wouldn't count them as part of your normal staff. They might even bunk in their maintenance vehicle and never come in your hotel most of the time. Interior repair people, yeah, different story.
Unless there's something to see in the local area, you're not going to need drivers for hotel-shuttles that would normally take you to and from the airport or to and from the symphony. Just your dedicated transit shuttle pilots. If there is something to see in the local area, it's possible your other staff can double-duty. Nor are you going to need valet parking :D
You're not really going to need a lobby person - if there's nowhere to go in the local area, and flights come in at scheduled times. There's no random dropping in by people with their own space-yachts. If there is, then you may need to staff that. But with a flight controller, you'll see them coming / have warning to pull someone out of another area and go down and greet them. It's not like someone pulling into the roundabout from the road. It'll take a moment (/snark) for them to dock, and you'll probably have at least 30 minutes of warning by radar that someone's headed your way (esp. if you have weapons & security).
After adding and subtracting those categories, call up your local posh hotel and ask how many workers they have.