hall porter

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I was employed by the porter and not by the hotel, so I used to make a lot of money for the hall porter and can remember the Grand National winners coming up the hotel steps.
So it was the voice of the hall porter saying: "Let me take your bags Sir", at the luxurious Taj Hotel, (Cape Town's best owned by TaTa steel, who also own British Jaguar) that restored the balance.
Her husband, Kenneth Robertson, a 30-year-old hall porter, now wants to follow Krista's example and study for a degree through ICS.
When I was an apprentice cook at the Dorchester Hotel in 1940 the richest man I knew was the hall porter.
One of the latest bouquets comes from a woman councillor in Surrey in a letter: "I would like to express my appreciation," she writes, "of the helpfulness of the hall porter who conducted my friends and myself around the City Hall and to thank him for the trouble he took in describing to us the various objects of interest.
SPORTS Hall porter Leslie Allcock deckled he could not stay late at Birmingham University to help students' games training
Beowulf Brewery won the Campaign for Real Ale's Gold Medal and Champion Beer for the West Midlands 2006, with their Finn's Hall Porter ale.
On the Costa Brava, neither the paper shop nor the four-star hotel's hall porter had heard of the Post, the latter explaining that racing and horses were not Spanish pastimes; I desisted from mentioning bullfights.
One man who could give job-seekers lots of advice on making the transition into the hospitality sector, is the Caledonian's front hall porter, 36- year-old Malcolm Harkin.
I only got four hours sleep until I rang down and told the hall porter it was too hot in my room.
That's what Cardiff Central contracts committee was asking itself this afternoon when it was discussing the new chauffeur-cum-City Hall porter.
TOWN hall porter Stuart Durham has climbed Mount Everest - without leaving Redcar and Cleveland.
The third award was won by Roger Blackwood, hall porter at the hotel, who is employee of the year.
After he became well known, 'The Brab' used to get the hall porter of a Dublin hotel into Cheltenham each year by letting him carry his saddle as a temporary valet.
It is just as important for the hall porter to know as the wine waiter, for both could be talking to the guest who has questions.