Landing a job as a Concierge hardly makes you good at what you’ve been hired to do. It’s the hands-on, can-do performance that sets an excellent Concierge apart from the applicant that looks good on paper. I understand that everyone needs to start somewhere, and of course, there is no fault in that, however having and honing tools of the trade will keep you, your clients and your employer happy long after your first day.
Guests will ask for basics like local restaurant recommendations to the bizarre, but usually won’t inquire about more obscure interests like say Toronto drone photography near me or something of the sort. The wide range of demands is equal only to the multiple personalities that walk through the lobby door. Therefore, the Concierge should be unflappable, no matter what the request and respond appropriately. Continue reading 5 Attributes Every Concierge Should Have