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Synonyms for bellhop

someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels

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Binary Capital, a San Francisco-based venture capital company whose founders are prominent for their early investments in Instagram, SnapChat and Twitter, led Bellhops funding round.
Bellhops labor force in Norman is made up of around 85 OU students, which it hires solely from local student organizations like club/varsity sports teams, ROTC and others.
The non-licensed individuals hired by Marini included short order cooks, window treatment specialists, hotel bellhops, hairdressers, eBay vendors and musicians, all of whom worked as "interns" for Avanti.
Throughout the United States the general rule is to tip the bellhop $ 1 per bag and an additional $3 to $5 if he shows you to the room (tip more if you make him lug your collection of Swedish crystal).
Gone is the Skyline Ball room, the bar, the bellhops, and gone is the hotel that was gradually transformed into a complex of offices.
Atlantic City does have a version of public life, but it tales place in the seafront piers (now converted into kitschy, claustrophobic shopping malls), and underneath the vast hotel porte-cocheres, which accommodate 24 hour comings and goings choreographed by squads of parking valets, bellhops, taxi drivers doormen, and tour guides.
has a system whereby the bellhops take turns carrying luggage.
holding the hotel door for the guests, and signalling for a bellhop to
front desk signals a bellhop and gives him or her the room key, the
But I'm not persuaded that it'll play out very coherently: The network only made one episode available for review, though others clearly had to have been completed by now, and tonight's episode already veers into fairly unlikely territory as our heroes elude the feds, thanks in part to the Charles Bronson of bellhops.
And perhaps most memorable--certainly most entertaining--is Jesse, a some time actor and trust-fund baby wandering around North Africa and South America screwing local busboys, bellhops, and street trade.
Our investment is apparently limited to ad campaigns and hospitality coaching for cops, cab drivers and bellhops.
There are lots of secret letters, with overworked bellhops and messenger boys buzzing them back and forth.
We're going to hit the road for a month and not deal with anyone but bellhops and room service.
Bosnian refugees are scattered the world over - some go to school in Sweden, some work as bellhops in Seattle, some meet at social clubs in Hamtramck, Mich.