We’re checking out. Can you
send someone to pick our luggage? Yes, Ma’am! How many pieces of luggage do you have? Only two, but they’re large and heavy suitcases.
Oh…and yes…There are some shopping bags too. I’ll send the bellboy over. Okay. Thank you. You’re welcome. Good morning. Room 256. Check-out, please. Are you Miss Tracy? Yes, that’s right. Have you consumed anything from the mini-bar? Yeah… A couple of beers and a bottle of water. Alright, so adding that to your total, it comes to $579. Okay. I also wanna order some coffee from the room-service. No problems, I’ll get that sent to your room. Great! Please include that in the bill. Sure! Your new total is $585. Great, please send me the bill. ABC Hotel. How can I help you? Hi there…I was just going through my
bill and I found a charge for laundry. Okay? Well, I didn’t get any laundry service during my stay.
I don’t understand why I’ve been charged for that. Is that so? I’m awfully sorry, Sir. Let me get
this checked… I’ll send you a revised bill. Please do so… It’s very irritating being
charged for something you didn’t buy. I truly apologize, Sir. This was a mistake.
I’ll get it removed right away. Alright, thanks for the help. Good morning. What can I do for you today? Good morning, buddy! I’m checking out later
today, and I want a taxi to the airport. Alright. What time do you need it for, Sir? Say about 10.30. My flight is at 12.30. Okay… What kind of taxi do you want? Nothing special, mate. Just the regular stuff. No problems. I’ll have a taxi waiting for you at 10.30. Great! Thank you. Your taxi is waiting and the luggage is already in the car. Great job! Thank you for the excellent service during our stay. Thank you. It was a pleasure serving you. Well, here’s a little tip for you. Thank you, Sir. Alright, goodbye then. Goodbye. Wish you a enjoyable trip. Thanks, buddy! The bellboy is the baggage boy who carries
your luggage to the room from the hotel lobby. Check out is the process of paying your bills
and leaving the hotel after your stay. Room service is ordering something brought to your room.
Things like coffee, food, drinks, etc. Charge in this context refers to the amount of money you
have to pay for something you ordered during your stay. When you pay somebody a little extra apart
from the billed amount, it’s called a tip. You give people a tip when you are happy with their service.