Hosting the highest party can be a hefty challenge. For most of us, only the most favorable lifetime requires the "ultimate" side. My friend just held a wedding last month in Atlanta, and the vast majority of guests from all over the world had flown. He hired a party bus to accommodate transfers to and from the hotel and all the different places. Let me first tell you that this is the best way to travel in packaging. The party was strong all weekend and best of all, no one complained, nor became one of the dreaded poopers!
Party buses usually accommodate about 18 people, while larger buses can accommodate even more. The main difference between party bus and limousine is the amount of equipment, space and comfort. Our party bus came loaded with 3 complete bars, a mirrored ceiling with star lighting, plush leather sofas, plasma TVs, optical lighting, an impressive sound system and the most friendly and helpful chauffeur.
When one of the places became tedious and boring (for example, the famous museum of soft drinks in Atlanta), we were really looking forward to driving. It has become more than just a source of transport. Party limousine became one of the highlights of the event, of course after the wedding.
Another big feature of the limousine bus was the sheer amount of space for passengers and luggage. At our direct party we had 15 people with whom we sailed. Most of us had cameras, special clothes, souvenirs and more. We never had to worry about any of our things all weekend thanks to the great bus service we got.
I was very impressed by the level of service and care everyone received during the wedding weekend. Without major transport and travel services, I can only imagine the types of logistic nightmares that can come up with any wedding.
All parties can be very complimented and ended with a bus rental for parties. I recommend it to anyone considering a limousine for a larger party. Here are some pointers that my new married friend gave me how to choose a company for party buses:
Do your research
Ask for Specials
Make sure you are insured at least $ 1.5 million / vehicle
Make sure they have a Party Bus as part of their fleet (not externally)
Be sure to inspect the limousine and the company before the day of rental