bellboy


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Synonyms for bellboy

someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels

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Unable to feed his family with his 20,000-rupee salary as a middle distance coach with the Sri Lankan Sports Ministry, Lalith came to Dubai in 2012 to work as a bellboy with a hotel apartment.
He began his career aged 17, and moved to Slovenia in 2011 at the age of 21 as a bellboy, switching between Kempinski Hotel Portoroz and Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains in St.
I liked Mr Dropsy & the BellBoy and wished that the show could be repeated over and over again.
Meanwhile, the bellboy claimed he only carried luggage to guests' rooms.
The bellboy at the hotel: "Congratulations for the baby
Speaking over the weekend, after militants had gunned down a hotel bellboy and injured couple of others, Abdullah, who was inaugurating a development project, said certain adverse elements were hell bent upon disrupting peace and progress of the state.
Billy is taunted for cowardice by George, another bellboy.
McCann was the brainchild of Harry McCann, a former hotel bellboy, journalist and salesman who went on to become a copywriter at the Amsterdam Advertising Agency before being headhunted by Standard Oil to run their in-house ad department.
It was only an hour later, after repeated calls to reception and finally to the operator with demands to speak to the manager on duty that a bellboy was sent up who had the cheek to ask me if I needed help with my handbag and a food bag sitting on the dining table.
on a violin-shaped barge pulled by two little men in bellboy uniforms.
The only romantic thing about it was the overfriendly bellboy, the pool was more aptly described as a dirty puddle in a car park and the panoramic views were of an abandoned 1960s tower block.
Dunbar won Best Leading Actor for his role of 'Charlie' and Ingleby took Best Supporting Actor for his part of the bellboy.
It's a plot push that vaguely reminds you of Blame It On The Bellboy .
Was it the bellboy, Cary Cases; or perhaps the doorman, Colin Cabbs?
This sweeping story begins with Johnny, a bellboy at London's Savoy Hotel.