Cabana boy

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"Pool boy" redirects here. For film, see The Pool Boys.

A cabana boy is a male attendant (boy in this sense) performing services to the guests of a hotel or a large private estate, operating from a nearby cabaña (American Spanish for cabin; compare cabin boy), notably on a beach. A pool boy performs the same duties at a swimming pool. Cabana boys are typically viewed as scantily clad attractive young men who cater to their clients' every whim. [1]

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  • in the 1974 novel Montauk by the Swiss writer Max Frisch

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