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Synonyms for bellhop

someone employed as an errand boy and luggage carrier around hotels

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There are honest laughs and no condescension in the clean perfs of the three ladies (and one bellhop) who throw themselves at their idol: Mary Catherine Garrison's Maggie, the silly girl eager to lose her virginity to a sexy star; Jennifer Laura Thompson's Diana, the soprano determined to screw her way to the Met; Brooke Adams' Julia, the elegant culture vulture who just wants to touch an authentic artist; and--the most desperate of them all--Jay Klaitz's opera-mad bellhop, too crazed to care that he's certifiable.
At the end of my stay, the Harvard-educated bellhop comes to the room again.
After the hotel opened late last year, the bellhop said, naked and semidressed staff members were encouraged to pose in front of the windows.
He gets a job right away, earning $50 a day as a hotel bellhop.
Dev Collans, who started out as a bellhop and then worked his way up or sideways into becoming a house detective for a hotel in Boston, tosses out such unusual terms as Bathroom Bertha, Comeback Kid, and Lobby Lice.
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).
I asked a bellhop in the hotel lobby how to say 'Thank you' in Thai.
a dancer, acrobat, comic, truck driver's helper, diving champion, bellhop, camp swim instructor, football and track competitor, carhop, lifeguard, water-show star, war hero, producer, world traveler, nightclub manager, civic center director, salesman, Santa Claus, elected official, fund-raiser, newspaper columnist, janitor, truck driver and Hall of Famer?
My husband opened the door to find a very young and very red-faced bellhop holding a box (with an unsealed lid) stating he had a delivery for me.
holding the hotel door for the guests, and signalling for a bellhop to
He's the only bellhop in Reno, and probably in the entire world, with a master's degree in botany and credit for finding the first specimens of 19 species--so far.
And Chan Pak, 81, who traded in his stuffy bellhop uniform for three-piece suits more befitting a socialite, isn't about to call it quits at the renowned Peninsula hotel.
A grandson of former slaves, Gaston was born in 1892 and started his climb up the corporate ladder doing a variety of odd jobs including work as a bellhop and as an iron worker, where he earned $3.
He met her in 1958, when he was a fourteen-year-old bellhop at the Hotel Scribe, where she was staying.