valet service

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valet service UK US noun [C]
the service of cleaning clothes that some hotels offer their guests: »

The hotel's valet service will return your clothing to you washed and pressed within 12 hours.

the service of parking someone's car for them that is offered by some hotels, airports, etc.: »

If you choose our valet service, our staff will park your vehicle for you in secure on-airport parking.

(also valeting service) the service of cleaning someone's car: »

We are a mobile car valet service.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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