check out /tʃek aʊt/ (phrasal verb) to be found to be true or acceptable after being examined Example: When do you check out?
concierge /ˈkɒnsieəʒ/ (n) a person in a hotel whose job is to help guests by giving them information, arranging theatre tickets, etc. Example: I am a concierge in York hotel.
doorman /ˈdɔːmən/ (n) a man, often in uniform, whose job is to stand at the entrance to a large building such as a hotel or a theatre, and open the door for visitors, find them taxis, etc. Example: My son is a doorman of that hotel.
receptionist /rɪˈsepʃənɪst/ (n) a person whose job is to deal with people arriving at or phoning a hotel, an office building, a doctor’s surgery, etc. Example: She is a hotel receptionist.
room service /ˈruːm sɜːvɪs/ (n) a service provided in a hotel, by which guests can order food and drink to be brought to their rooms Example: This hotel is famous for its good room service.
vacancy /ˈveɪkənsi/ (n) a job that is available for somebody to do Example: Her going on maternity leave will create a temporary vacancy.