Bell boy/ Concierge CV

Associating with guests and making them feel welcome and well served calls for a whole lot of interpersonal skills on the part of a Bell boy in any hotel or hospitality industry. Good character, courtesy and discipline should stand out in order for the guests to get the right impression of the hotel. Language skills and attention to detail are some of the must-have traits too. A sample CV is shown below.

Sample Bell boy/ Concierge Resume Format

Frank Lemur

113 Fraternity Haven

72 Corner Street

Long Beach

Mobile No: +1 22 06 475

Telephone No: +1 52 93 656

Career Objective

Rise to management level in the hotel business where excellent communication skills and attention to detail will help me get successful and also get more experience.

Professional Experience

2003 – 2009: Hotel Concierge               Hyde Park Hotel, Chicago


  • Received guests and responded to their needs for services.
  • Maintained security for guests and ensured the safety of their luggage.
  • Responded to guests’ inquiries by giving precise information.
  • Trained new employees on health and safety regulations and emergency drills.

2000 – 2003: Front Desk Assistant         The Belarus Hotel, Illinois


  • Maintained the guests database
  • Received calls, handled switchboard and posted bookings.
  • Supervised the Valets and sometimes doubled as one.
  • Performed other duties as per assignment by Hotel Manager


Educational Background

1997 – 1999: Diploma in Management and Hospitality- Marion College

1994 – 1996: High school Diploma


Additional Skills

  • Valet
  • Computer Proficiency
  • Caretaking experience
  • Hotel Management System Experience
  • Basic Accounting skills

Hobbies and Interests

Car racing, soccer, Bungee jumping, Roller-skating, Traveling, Watching movies


Details can be made available if need arises.

Category: Hospitality CV

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