When not slumming around with her older chums, Alexis spends a great deal of time at her family's owned business: The Trouville Inn. While spending half a day cooped up in hotel lobby is no fun, being the daughter of the owners has it benefits. Alexis has free reign to pretty much do or go wherever and she tends to meet a healthy diversity of interesting travelers to chat with.
When feeling particularly charitable, Alexis is also keen to do some of the trolley runs for things like coffee, tea, and the occasional towels; giving her an excuse to roam the halls and engage in whatever conversation or shenanigans she is feeling.
On the opposite end of the financial spectrum is Renata, a young mole born with a plastic spork in her mouth (versus the platinum and diamond encrusted spoons that Alexis is likely accustomed to). She too is the child of someone in the hotel biz, though her mother is only a cleaning lady and a rung below a glorified maid.
Renata, like Alexis, also spends a great deal of her free time at the hotel, though for her, it's because her neighborhood is especially seedy and she would rather spend the time potentially helping out her mother. After all, Trouville Inn is critically understaffed half the time.
Despite their different stations in life, Alexis really likes hanging out with Renata and she enjoys the company during her trolley runs. Alexis also adores how easy it is to get Renata to giggle and laugh at her antics
On this particular afternoon, Alexis felt it was a good time to go over the Trouville Inn's rules and etiquette -- especially because there isn't much else left to do in an elevator. Sucking in her gut and poking out her butt, Alexis had gone into a distinguished and snobby tirade about everything from the proper way to greet a guest to the intricate way one must caress the sheets out before folding them.
The whole act is too much for Renata who is holding back her laughter with all of her small might.