Originally Posted by sistagoldenhair
Do suite passengers really get better service?
We are usually down on the bottom deck with the plebians. But on a few occasions my Dear Aunt Ruth booked us all into a pair of suites. She absolutely loved the concierge service for the suite passengers. We found it outstanding and never once had a concierge say NO to us.
Now the interesting thing is that the front desk personnel rotate through the suite concierge positions so it is really the same people. There just seems to be a quantum change in attitude.
Perhaps as suggested, it is relief from the pressure of a long line of complaining passengers waiting for you?
Or perhaps it is the knowledge that suite passengers can be very good tippers?