Hotel Baggage Porters and Bellhops are iconic traditional employees of hotels.  They provide some of the most basic services hotel guests expect – carrying their luggage from cars or buses to the rooms when they arrive and back when they check out.  They are often tapped to perform errands and other legitimate tasks as requested by hotel quests.

Hotel Baggage Porter and Bellhop Resume Template

Joey T. San Agustin

Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Phone: (412) 244-7988


To work as a Hotel Baggage Porter or Bellhop in a city hotel or resort complex.

Summary of Qualification

  • 6 years of experience in the hotel industry as a bellhop and baggage hotel porter.
  • Excellent medical and physical condition to lift and carry heavy luggage to and from rooms
  • Excellent personal disposition and pleasant personality
  • Excellent verbal communication and interpersonal skills

Career Experience/Job History

2005 – Present:  Hotel Baggage Porter and Bellhop, Marriot Hotel

  • Conduct specified hotel tasks with dignity, courtesy and cheerful disposition.
  • Observe hotel work shift schedules for optimum productivity
  • Transfer baggage from guest vehicles to the rooms when checking in and back when checking out.
  • Operate luggage racks and ensure proper handling of delicate guests packages
  • Provide guidance to hotel guests in locating their rooms.
  • Explain and demonstrate comfort features and safety procedures.
  • Deliver messages to rooms as directed by hotel staff
  • Run errands as requested by hotel quests or hotel supervisors
  • Perform tasks as may be directed by hotel concierge and supervisors
  • Assist physically disabled guests or those requiring special needs.


2002– 2005:  High School Diploma, El Cajon Valley High School, CA

Professional reference to be furnished upon request