reservationist

[rez-er-vey-shuh-nist]
noun
a person who makes or takes reservations, as at an airline office; reservation clerk.

Origin:
1915–20, Americanism; reservation + -ist

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Tell the reservationist something about yourself that might make him remember
  you and encourage him to give you an upgrade.
Talk to the reservationist about all amenities available at the hotel, and find
  out which ones are included with your room rate.
Not only is he the sole cook, he's also the reservationist and the lunchtime
  dishwasher.
If you're warmly received by a restaurant, starting with the reservationist,
  you'll automatically feel better.
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