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KEY Oklahoma City

Jaime Acevedo
LaLuna Mexican Café

PROFILE: Jaime was born in Leon Mexico. While working in a hotel, he had the opportunity to train with American Express Card Services in Los Angeles eight years ago. He liked the states so much he stayed. He moved from LA seven years ago and has been working at LaLuna for the last seven years. In his spare time, Jamie plays competitive indoor soccer with team “Azul”.

Favorite Restaurant: “Of course, for Mexican food it’s LaLuna – and have believed in our food for the last seven years. My personal favorite dish is fajitas. I’ve tried them everywhere – and ours are the best fajitas in town.”

WHAT TO DO IN OKC: “When visitors ask what to see, I always send them to Bricktown. The area is developing quickly and offers a full day of activities. It’s the perfect place for ‘people watching’. Visitors can enjoy great shopping and sightseeing at Bass Pro, a movie at the 16-screen Harkins Theatre, and a Water Taxi cruise on the canal. This time of year I always suggest they take time to see our minor league baseball team, the Redhawks, at the SBC Bricktown Ballpark.”

MUST SEE: “If you’re only in town for one day, a “must see” is the Oklahoma City National Memorial. The monument, that has been erected to honor the lives of those lost there, is a sobering place to visit. The site includes a memorial for the victims of the April 1995 bombing of the Murrah Building and a museum that tells the story beginning on April 19, 1995, continuing to present day. The museum offers a totally different view of the tragedy than what most people experienced watching the television news accounts. While planning your visit, I would suggest you allow at least one and one-half hours for the museum and plenty of time to experience the outdoor symbolic memorial. It is an eye opening
experience and well worth your time.”

A concierge (pronounced kon-'syerzh) is the closest thing you can find to your own personal assistant in a fine hotel. The concierge in your hotel is there to make your stay in Oklahoma City more enjoyable and hassle-free. A Concierge can do more than call a cab. Through their contacts, locally, nationally, and internationally, a Concierge can:

  • Obtain dinner, events reservations and tickets when and where no one else can.
  • Set up itineraries for visiting business people.
  • Make suggestions for and help plan sightseeing by bus, car, driver, limousine, or on foot.
  • Provide access to secretarial and office services, including faxes, telexes and photocopies.
  • Arrange hair, barbering, nail and beauty appointments.
  • Call ahead to a store and have several outfits set aside if you guess wrong about the Oklahoma weather, then have your selections delivered.
  • Help families relocating to Oklahoma City obtain information on neighborhoods, schools, and homes.
  • Help with questions pertaining to other cities - you have a friend anywhere in the world where there is a Concierge.

The Concierge has grown to be a trusted resource in the finest hotels in the world. However, don't just take our word for it. Discover what a concierge can do by simply asking for assistance. You'll find that a concierge is capable of meeting the needs of every guest, no matter how discriminating. Concierges spread good will. Call a Concierge - they won't let you down! As the #1 visitor destination city in Oklahoma, Oklahoma City has lots to see and do and whether you visit the Cowboy Hall of Fame, Omniplex, National Bombing Memorial, our beautiful museums, or stroll along the River Walk in Bricktown, the concierge staff at your hotel is there to guide you.

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