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noun as in caretaker

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Among the internal startups that didn’t pan out was Jetblack, a concierge service targeting wealthy city dwellers.

From Vox

It also launched curbside pickup and an online concierge service, as well as a weekly virtual shopping event called Fred Segal Live.

From Digiday

A pleasant chat with the concierge is all that approximates the usual crude check-in process at a larger hotel.

Under Recovery in a Box, the Aetna care manager would digitally message a care concierge or pharmacist at the patient’s neighborhood HealthHUB to arrange transportation to home from the hospital.

From Fortune

Upon arrival in a new place, the traveler might continue outside to pick up a touchless car rental, then chat with the virtual concierge at a nearby hotel.

This was the case with M. Picard, the concierge at 21 rue La Boétie, who had worked there since 1931.

Amiigo feeds the data, but opens up a whole new opportunity for concierge gym services.

Have you ever had a bizarre experience with a hotel concierge?

Our concierge and his wife walked among them, with their black poodle, keeping order; some couples were waltzing on the sidewalk.

Set at a hotel in the 1920s, it stars Ralph Fiennes as Gustave H., famed concierge of The Grand Budapest Hotel.

At night, after ten, your concierge opens the heavy iron gate of your court by pulling a cord within reach of the family bed.

By the light of the torches which the concierge carried, they distinguished Tavannes and the two Ruggieri.

Our tickets, which we bought of the concierge at the Hotel B., entitle us to a drive or a railway journey.

The concierge said he was in the courtyard and la Tour found him engaged in a singular business.

If you want to have your telephone through the concierge's loge, the telephone service is charged on your quarterly rent bill.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concierge, such as: attendant, doorman, janitor, and porter.

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