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Synonyms for reservation

booking

Synonyms

  • booking
  • advance booking
  • prior arrangements

without reservation

Synonyms for reservation

a feeling of uncertainty about the fitness or correctness of an action

public land kept for a special purpose

Synonyms for reservation

a district that is reserved for particular purpose

a statement that limits or restricts some claim

an unstated doubt that prevents you from accepting something wholeheartedly

the act of reserving (a place or passage) or engaging the services of (a person or group)

Synonyms

the written record or promise of an arrangement by which accommodations are secured in advance

something reserved in advance (as a hotel accommodation or a seat on a plane etc

the act of keeping back or setting aside for some future occasion

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Transactional salespeople may be reservationists (typically a person you call on the phone and who works at a facility called a call center) or point-of-delivery employees (e.g., those who work a car rental desk at the airport or a hotel front desk).
Then, he might say something like, "I would like to make a reservation for the October 18 departure of the Grand Hawaii tour for two adults with air from Charlotte." At this point, the tour reservationist guides the conversation.
Advise the reservationist, at the time of booking, that your client would like assistance and preboarding.
The reservationist asks the counselor for the arriving flight data, renter's name, and the agency's ARC number.
Print the "record locator" as given to you by the airline reservationist or from the PNR in your CRS.
To insure a good first impression, management may check their reservation procedures by conducting mystery calls to determine the competency of the reservationist. It is common telephone courtesy for people answering the phone to identify the restaurant as well as themselves.
The reservations team has also been strengthened with the promotion of Jane Napper to revenue manager and Vicky Holding to senior reservationist. The team has also expanded with the appointment of Maria Crane as reservations assistant.
It is very common for a cruise line reservationist to ask the travel counselor if the client prefers a cabin fore (short for forward) or aft and to mention either the port or starboard side.
Whether you are a travel counselor, airline reservationist, hotel front desk clerk, car rental reservationist, or tour escort, you will find it necessary to be knowledgeable about how and why people buy things.
* A major problem in trans-Pacific travel: guests who arrive on the wrong day because someone (the traveler, reservationist, or travel agent) failed to adjust correctly for the international date line.
If you're an airline reservationist or a travel agent, you won't have to do the complicated equations.
It's quite simple, though at first it can seem challenging to both a travel agent and a cruise line reservationist.
James's credibility is somewhat diminished by a strident performance by Mark Setlock, who wowed theatergoers several seasons ago with his one-man star turn as the harried restaurant reservationist in Fully Committed.
To obtain the special group rate, advise the reservationist that you will be attending the Certified Bankruptcy Assistant Seminar and Examination.