What Does It Take to Become a Professional Concierge?

Do you ever wonder what it takes to become a professional concierge? You might think of them as your friends, but they are still professionals who do their job every day. It's not appropriate to ask them to help you find drugs or anything illegal in the local area. This could put their job and yours at risk. Have you ever seen movies that give people the wrong idea about concierges? They might think that they can get drugs or prostitutes, but this is not the case.

In all his years of experience, the chief concierge of some of the most luxurious and exclusive hotels in the world has never been asked to get anything illegal. On average, he gets asked for medicines about once every 6 months. The chief concierge we spoke to started out as a janitor and worked her way up to become one of the best in the country. She was able to do this by building relationships with her colleagues and customers.

If a janitor asks you to show your card, it's important to do so. These relationships are what make it possible for them to help you now and in the future. The chief concierge also shared that it takes a lot of training and dedication to become a member of the prestigious Les Clefs d'Or (Golden Keys) Concierge Society.

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