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TikiHut33309
04-23-2006, 06:59 PM
I have been reading stuff here and there about "concierge rooms", what does that mean? I feel a bit silly not knowing but I am sure one of you friendly Dis'ers will be able to explain it to me! Thanks!!! :love:

Reflection
04-23-2006, 08:12 PM
Some hotels have a concierge or club level floor, in which guests who have paid for concierge or club level service have access to a private lounge where continental breakfasts is served in the morning and cold drinks/light snacks may be available during the day. Other food service could include appetizers/cocktails served early evening and coffee/cordial/dessert served a little later.

The staff on this floor are also available to assist guests with reservations and other services (however, most hotels have a concierge in the lobby--at guest services--who provides the same type of service).

IMO, in the Orlando area, the best club-level/concierge is at the Ritz Carlton. The WDW deluxe hotels offer concierge/club level service (you might want do a search on the Resort Board for more info about the WDW properties).

kilee
04-23-2006, 08:40 PM
I didn't actually know until I started reading on the DIS a few years ago either. :goodvibes

MickeyP
04-24-2006, 07:06 AM
Can somebody post a picture of an actual concierge room where the food is? Different hotels would be nice.

TikiHut33309
04-24-2006, 08:21 AM
Refelection.......thanks for the AWESOME answer!!!!!! I fully understand now!!!! And Kilee, thanks for letting me know I was not the only one in the world who didn't know what it was.....LOL!!! I love these boards, everyone is so nice!!!! :cool1: :banana: :love: :cloud9: :wave:

spiceycat
04-24-2006, 08:26 AM
Can somebody post a picture of an actual concierge room where the food is? Different hotels would be nice.

I couldn't find any on the AKL photos...

so go ask on the resorts board (WDW resorts).

have you ever seem 'Great Hotels' on the travel channel - she often says at the concierge section.