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“She arrived at 17, "extraordinary of my parents to let me", and after the Colonels took over Greece and her father's business "went belly-up", worked six days a week in the Mayfair Hotel as a room-service telephonist to pay for her O and A-levels: "It was rather fun," she says.”
“Suddenly ravenous, Gia checked the hotel phone for the room-service button.”
“Beyond low-calorie, low-fat choices, hotels also are incorporating more locally produced, natural and organic ingredients into their restaurant and room-service menus.”
“Over the course of several weeks the Americans had blown more than one hundred thousand dollars on easily traceable credit cards at hotels such as the ultra-fancy Principe di Savoia, which offers a special room-service menu for dogs.”
“Our penthouse suite (Cabin 10009 on the tenth deck) had a desk and separate dressing table, a table for in-suite room-service breakfasts (which also lengthened our days), and a sitting area with a comfortable loveseat placed across from a flat-screen TV.”
“My husband, with uncharacteristic frugality, seems unable to resist taking home the unopened jars of jelly, mustard, and ketchup that are left on room-service trays with the half-eaten eggs.”
“When room-service is delivered by a young woman, whose identity we puzzle over, King is forced to confront his past, as well as his legacy to his people.”
“The latter manned the Mojo Wire as Thompson called their primitive fax system in the middle of the night, coaxing one paragraph at a time from his frenzied deadline-deranged star writer, later haggling over Thompson's lavish rental cars—which he wasn't above abandoning at any convenient point—and Caligulan room-service tabs, as Thompson cranked out one epic after another.”
“In "Hotel Dash" from PlayFirst Inc., users simulate the actions of Flo, who rushes to deliver luggage, deliver room-service orders and decorate a dilapidated hotel into a more high-class venue.”
“The 32-year-old Guinean immigrant told Newsweek a room-service waiter told her Strauss-Kahn's suite was empty around noon May 14, so she knocked on the door and said, Hello?”
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