Concierge

Concierge,

Definition of Concierge:

  1. A hotel employee whose job is to assist guests by arranging tours, making theater and restaurant reservations, etc.

  2. (especially in France) a caretaker of an apartment complex or a small hotel, typically one living on the premises.

  3. Hotel employee who handles guests luggage, laundry, mail, dinner reservations, tour and travel arrangements, and other hotel and non-hotel services. Found usually in high class European hotels.

Synonyms of Concierge

Steward, Waiter, Waitress, Porter, Servant, Menial, Auxiliary, Assistant, Helper

How to use Concierge in a sentence?

  1. Upon our arrival to at Paris, we proceeded to our hotel, where our concierge confirmed the arrangements we had for the theater and dinner after.
  2. At about 3.55 pm, she arrived at Summervale House in Vale Drive, Werneth and used a key to get into the block of flats which has a concierge and security cameras, which could also contain the image of her killer.
  3. She continued, with great energy, telling a story about how five people, booked in by the concierge of the Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat, never arrived.
  4. If youre new to a city and need recommendations for activities or restaurants, the best resource is the hotel concierge , who typically knows the best places to go and can even contact them for you.
  5. While on vacation in Maui, I had a concierge that went above and beyond to ensure that our time there was as relaxing as possible.

Meaning of Concierge & Concierge Definition