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Pulling from police and victim filings, forensic reports and newspaper clippings, Eatwell makes the case that Leslie Dillon, a bellhop, aspiring writer and former mortician’s assistant, was the killer.
Harris and Lian often look like frantic lobby bellhops shuffling bags for impatient hotel conventioneers.
Financial analyst Chrissy Hofbeck from New Jersey placed second, and bellhop Ryan Ulrich, also from New Jersey, ranked third.
The hotel association publishes a gratuity guide on its website that offers suggestions for tipping everyone from valet attendants to bellhops.
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.
Fluorescent light glimmer weakly on its wooden floors, a bellhop pushes its service elevator's buttons, and bureaucrats sip coffee in its cafeteria.
Art deco with a twist—bowler hats that double as lampshades, walls created from vintage suitcases, bellhops dressed like extras from The Great Gatsby.
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.
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Origin and Etymology of bellhop
First Known Use: 1897See Words from the same year
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