Noun(1) a French caretaker of apartments or a hotel; lives on the premises and oversees people entering and leaving and handles mail and acts as janitor or porter
(1) Suite accommodation comes with the services of a concierge , and, except for mini-suites, butler service as well.(2) You can use the valet, the concierge or the maid services.(3) Shop owner Shindo Singh, who has lived in the area for 18 years, said she thought the concierge service meant other residents made less of an effort.(4) I reported this problem to our room steward several times and then to the concierge .(5) Tickets are very hard to come by and quite expensive, so your best bet is probably to tip your hotel concierge generously to procure a few seats for you.(6) She will drive him back to the hotel, where the concierge will book him a taxi to the airport.(7) Isleworth councillors have accused Hounslow Homes of being ├ö├ç├┐underhand├ö├ç├û about plans to reduce the concierge service for residents of the four tower-blocks on the Ivybridge Estate.(8) This is the bane not just of the hotel concierge , but indeed all of us.(9) The hotel concierge just went and hailed a cab which we should have done in the first place.(10) With a 24-hour concierge service, the flats will be particularly secure and could be left for a great deal of time.(11) A couple years ago I read about Anna Morris who works as a hotel concierge at the Westin Santa Clara.(12) Luckily, the hotel was so posh that the concierge was happy to get a member of staff to drive me home.(13) The concierge was more prescient that the reformers, whom Du Camp likened to the sorcerer's apprentice.(14) 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.(15) Our reporters were stunned to discover the duty concierge sleeping as they entered the flats' reception and were able to roam freely in all three of the tower blocks without any security personnel stopping them.(16) I stayed to plead with the concierge , Manuel, while my companion systematically tried and was turned away from every other hotel in Antigua.
1. doorkeeper ::
2. doorman ::
3. porter ::
4. attendant ::
5. superintendent ::
Different Formsconcierge, concierges
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