The assistant manager befriended the bellboy and warned him not to become involved with Rita, the girlfriend of Mickey D. The bellboy ignored his advice and confronted Mickey who subsequently shot him.
A physical representation of the assistant manager and the other characters of the novel was created by an unknown alien force on the planet Theta VIII in 2044. The characters from the novel were brought to life in an artificial environment meant to provide a simulation of normal life for Colonel Stephen G. Richey who had crashed on the planet.
In 2365, the USS Enterprise discovered Richey's remains on the planet as well as the still animated characters of the novel. The assistant manager believed the crew of the Enterprise-D to be the "foreign investors" that the characters had been waiting for all those years. (TNG: "The Royale")
The bellboy was a character in the novel Hotel Royale.
The bellboy was involved with the girlfriend of Mickey D, the owner of the hotel. The assistant manager warned the bellboy not to become involved but he was ignored, and the bellboy was killed by Mickey.
A physical representation of the bellboy was created by an unknown alien force along with the other characters of the novel on the planet Theta VIII in 2044. The characters from the novel were brought to life in an artificial environment meant to provide a simulation of normal life for Colonel Stephen G. Richey who had crashed on the planet.
The manager of the Hotel Royale was the ultimate authority to which complaints by guests could be addressed. Unfortunately, the manager was often "very busy" and was never seen on the casino floor during the visit to the hotel by members of the Enterprise crew. (TNG: "The Royale")
Room service help
This female telephoned Colonel Stephen G. Richey's room, asking if he wanted any room service. Speaking for Richey, who was deceased, Worf told her no. She informed him that the kitchen would be open for twenty-four hours if he changed his mind. (TNG: "The Royale")
This bellboy was one of the characters of the novel Hotel Royale created on the planet Theta VIII in 2044. He was carrying luggage through the casino and later joined the crowd in front of one of the gambling tables to watch Data winning. (TNG: "The Royale")