The bellman will greet you and show you to the lobby where you will be met by marble floors, Persian rugs, a magnificent chandelier and on cold winter days, a blazing fire.
Once we had finished shopping, Diego returned us to the hotel and a bellman assisted us with our many bags.
He called the bellman , explained what we needed.
To finish writing his presentation, he needed his table moved to another part of his hotel room and asked the bellman to do it; to which the bellman indignantly replied that this was a job for the housekeeper.
The town bellman read a celebratory poem and schoolchildren lined up to take part in the traditional dances.
‘Perhaps more than one glass,’ Dylan said and laughed softly as the bellman pulled the door open for them.
The poor bellman had to carry the crib up the staircase accidentally knocking off one of the wheels along the way.
At check-in and check-out, the valet, doorman and bellman all line up for tips.
The Professor observes that the Romans and the Elizabethans ‘read the time by day by sundial’ and ‘heard the time by night through the watchmen's cries or tolling of the bellman on the hour’.
At the hotel, the bellman should get $2 per bag carried and a concierge or a valet should get at least $2 per service.