How to get around Las Vegas

Las Vegas Concierge - At Your Service

 

Concierge, pronounced kOn-'syerzh or kan-sE-'erzh (French). A Las Vegas concierge is your ultimate social planner. He or she is there to make everything easy for you by making a lot of your wishes come true and your stay more enjoyable.

What does a hotel concierge do?

In Las Vegas hotels, a concierge assists guests with various tasks like making restaurant reservations, arranging for spa services, suggesting the best places to shop, transportation requests, floral arrangements, recommending nightclubs, procurement of tickets to special events and assisting with various tours outside the city. Las Vegas hotel concierge is often expected to "achieve the impossible", dealing with any request a guest may have, no matter how strange, tapping into their extensive knowledge of the city and its offerings and relying on an extensive list of personal contacts with various local merchants and service providers.

 

 

How much does the service cost?

A Las Vegas concierge services are complimentary, guests only have to pay for the activities themselves.

Where can I find a Las Vegas hotel concierge?

At most Las Vegas hotels, the concierge service will be located close to the front desk for your convenience. When in doubt, just ask at the front desk.

When is the best time for guests to contact the hotel concierge desk?

The best time to contact the concierge desk is right after you make your room reservations. Your hotel concierge encourages you to call and tell them what you will be looking for while you are in Vegas. Is it a romantic getaway?, a bachelorette party?, an anniversary?, a weekend with the girls?, a tour of Hoover Dam, or even if you are not sure what you want, your friendly concierge is there to point you in the right direction.

You are also encouraged to contact your hotel concierge prior to arrival to confirm all of your of details in advance.

 

What services can I expect a concierge to provide?

Here are some of the services your hotel concierge can provide or help you with:

restaurant reservations
show reservations
nightclub reservations
tour reservations
babysitting services
rental car reservations
limousine/sedan services
ticket broker services
special events coordination
wedding planning
amenities
floral

golf tee times
errand services
personal shopping
private air charters

How much should I tip the hotel concierge?

A typical tip will be between $2 - $20 depending on the complexity of task they perform.

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Have you used a Concierge? Share your experience

Comments to date: 20. Page 1 of 1.

Sharon Busboom   

May 26, 2014

We are coming to Las Vegas on 12/28/14 staying till 1/1/15 this is our 1st time to Vegas any information on things to do, Coupons or anything would be helpful to us. Our mailing address is 2475 CR 2100 E
Thomasboro, IL 61878 or Email is stiger3253@hotmail.com
We are planning on staying at the Pi... read more »

josito   

Nov 25, 2013

Hello all, i am going to vegas dec 6-9th and was looking for free or comp'd meals, also my bday is on the 11th of dec, i am celebrating it out there although not actual date, are there places that do stuff/comps for bdays.
thanks

Rebecca   

Oct 1, 2013

We are staying at the Monte Carlo the first week of November. Will a airport shuttle go right to this hotel? My husband is handicapped. We were thinking about trying to rent a motorized chair for him, like a hover round. Do you know of any companies that do this? Thank You!

Ready   

Jul 14, 2013

Coming to Vegas on 23-27 went to see some shows half price would be great....

rickeya   

Jun 12, 2013

coming to Vegas in July and don,t drive does anyone provide shuttle to wet and wild water park

NikonLVR   

Oct 17, 2012

I will be in Vegas next week for the PBR Finals. Due to a last minute ER, my spending money has greatly reduced. Where do you recommend on the strip for free wifi & to eat cheap?

Admin:  Use the search box on this site and search for free wifi and buffet coupons

Bren   

Jul 28, 2012

My Son is bringing his 1 yr 11month old son will he be able to get a boaby sitting service for the evenings?

Admin:  Las Vegas hotels do not provide babysitting services. However there are a few services in Las Vegas that will send a babysitter to your room. One you can look into is called Artsy Nannies (google them)

Texans   

Apr 22, 2012

we are planing a trip to vegas the last weekend in october for the pbr finals and my moms birthday. I would like a limo to take us from the airport to the southpoint. there will be six of us. how much will it cost, and do you know if the southpoint has limo service


Admin:  It will cost appox $32 per person. Check here for more info. http://www.lasvegas-how-to.com/las-vegas-airport-shuttle.php

Janet   

Apr 20, 2012

Are there free wifi hotspot near the Rio hotel?

ChanRenu   

Mar 29, 2012

Hi,
we are staying at Excalibur, do we get free shuttle from Airport? Also, the paid shuttle service do they charge for kid also ? My kid is 2.5 years old. Thanks.

Admin:  There are no free shuttles to any of the hotels on the Vegas strip. The cost to the Excalibur should be $6.50 person. Your child should ride free. Also check taxi fare it might come up cheaper.

Tom   

Feb 23, 2012

Hello I will be in Vegas at the end of March staying at the Tropicana and I'm in a wheelchair is there in close shuttles that are free for me to ride to get to the center point like harrahs


Admin:  There are no free shuttles from the Trop to Harrah's. You can ride the deuce(bus) or take the Monorail from MGM Grand.

Jenn Jenn   

Feb 14, 2012

Hi I'm coming to LV from February 24-28 and staying at Stratosphere is there shuttle service availible

Admin:  There are shuttle vans from the airport for appox. $7 each person.

Theresa lovin it   

Feb 10, 2012

I've traveled to Vegas about 10 times. But first time for my girlfriend. Staying 4/24 - 5/1. Attempting to avg. $100nt. Or less for hotel. Would also prefer being on strip. Tried promo codes for NyNy and Mgm with no luck. I'm of the mind, the more I save on our room, the more I can show my Vegas v... read more »

Admin:  Check rates at the Flamingo, LVH (former Hilton) and Golden Nugget

lily   

Feb 9, 2012

Hi.. ill be arriving to LV in mid March. Wil be staying at the Cosmopolitan 2nights then Stratosphere for my last 2nights accompanied by my boyfriend. Would like to know what shows u recommend? And I payed for a shuttle to take me to hotel. Does the shuttle from airport take me to my hotel(the cosmo... read more »

Admin:  The Cosmopolitan is one of the best hotels in Las Vegas and your shuttle will take you to the hotel. Cost appox. $6.50. Some great shows to look into. Cirque du Soleil 0, KA, Love, Mystere and also Blue Man Group, Donny & Marie are all good shows.

Bobby O   

Jan 8, 2012

Coming to LV beginning of April with wife and two sons (13 &16). What shows would you recommend?

Admin:  Blue Man Group, Mystere, V variety show, Tournament of kings

MARY   

Sep 5, 2011

COMING TO VEGAS FOR MY 25TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY, STAYING AT THE TROPICANA, NEED A RECOMMENDATION FOR A DINNER AND SHOW

Admin:  It all depends on your taste but here are a few dinner and shows to checkout. Legends in Concert, Disney's The Lion King, Tony ‘N’ Tina’s Wedding & Tournament of Kings. Check the shows section for discounts.

Mac49ers   

Aug 26, 2011

Im planning a family vacation new years eve I would like to know where could I find a list of places for a dinner dancing or show that my mother and mother in law would enjoy they are in their 50's ?

Admin:  NYE is a very busy night in Vegas. All bars and clubs will be open. We recommend one of the many lounges that serve dinner and has a dance floor. Check the "Things to do" link for a list.

Sonia in Stressed Mode   

Aug 15, 2011

Hello:-),I'm having a difficult time choosing a hotel(one day stay 9/14/11).I'm driving my mother for her 90th birthday and three of her friends with me.They want to eat at Denny's(am)and The Cheese Cake Factory(pm)and after take a strol to the M$M Store,gamble(a little) and view the Vegas strip.It ... read more »

Admin:  Week of 9/14 is a busy convention week in Vegas, that's why room prices are almost doubled. We recommend staying off the Vegas strip or downtown. Check rates at Desert Rose, LV Hilton and Golden Nugget.

Carlos   

Aug 15, 2011

Hello there! I'm coming to LV from London, England and would like to know which bus can I take from the Airport to New York, New York Hotel and where from.
Thanks in advance!
Carlos

Admin:  There are no buses from the airport to NYNY. You will have to take a taxi $13 or airport shuttle $6.50. Check the getting around section.

Rose Speedy   

May 23, 2011

Hi, I am coming to Vegas in August and will have my baby with me who will be about 5 months then...Do I need to bring a carseat with me to travel in a taxi or Limo?
If I dont need it I dont want to bring it.
Thanks. Rose

Admin:  Nevada law does not require a child car seat in taxis/limos. Although recommended, the decision to bring a car seat is totally up to you.

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