It’s like having a personal assistant
I travel quite often for business from Orange County, to Tokyo, New York and Dallas and everywhere in between, so when I read James Gilden’s article [“Need the Next-to-Impossible? Ask the Concierge,” July 9], it really hit home.
There are so many times that I turn to various hotel concierges for their services and have found them incredibly helpful. And as an extension of that, I actually just purchased a membership to WhiteTie (www.whitetie.com), a personal concierge service that assists me in my travel plans.
Be it restaurant reservations, hotels, airlines and maybe a football game or musical, WhiteTie has been wonderful. And, surprisingly enough, it cost me only $800 for the entire year with unlimited access to all their offerings.