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Similarly, leisure and hospitality added 106,000 jobs after losing 102,000 in September, indicating that waiters and bellhops in Texas and Florida returned to work.
Art deco with a twist—bowler hats that double as lampshades, walls created from vintage suitcases, bellhops dressed like extras from The Great Gatsby.
Fluorescent light glimmer weakly on its wooden floors, a bellhop pushes its service elevator's buttons, and bureaucrats sip coffee in its cafeteria.
With no reception desks, front lobbies or bellhops, yet with a staff to guest ratio of 4:1, the Aman experience is more like visiting your rich uncle’s home than a hotel.
Lewis stars as a talentless bellhop mistakenly hired to take the place of a dead comedian.
Among the rescuers was a house doctor from the majestic Château Lake Louise luxury hotel near Banff and a couple of the hotel’s bellhops.
A bellhop ferried my bags toward my room, past pungent trees heavy with tropical fruit.
A goodhearted naif, Jose was a bellhop at a New York hotel.
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Origin and Etymology of bellhop
First Known Use: 1897See Words from the same year
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