Did you know that your favorite luxury hotel probably has a house car for guests to use at their disposal? They do – and these “suite rides” are available for anything from airport pick-ups to Bal Harbour shopping sprees. Here is a list of the Miami hotels that will take care of your transit needs.
When ready to break from the peace and tranquility of The Seati to explore all that Miami Beach has to offer, available to you upon request is the option of either a Cadillac SUV or a Mercedes town car. To continue the effortlessness of your stay, your desired house car comes with a chauffeur who will take you to and from your destination.
On a first-come, first-served basis, a fleet of Cadillac Escalades and private chauffeurs are available to hotel guests of the St. Regis in Bal Harbour. There’s no need to leave the area for a shopping excursion, but make a move from the quieter Bal Harbour neighborhood to mid-beach or SoBe for dinner and a night out on the town comfortably and at ease.
From the decor, to the incredible spa treatments, to the Bentley Flying Spur house car, luxury is at every turn at the Ritz Carlton Bal Harbour. The Bentley is one of two house cars available at guests disposal, the other being a Cadillac Escalade. Simply call the concierge to arrange your trip and a chauffeur will be waiting for you at the entrance, on time and ready to ride in style.
During your stay at Four Seasons, find yourself being chauffeured across Miami Beach in a Tesla model S. From 1pm to 9pm, the Tesla is available to all hotel guests, whether you chose to be modest in a premier bay-view room or chose the path of luxury which lead you to the Presidential Suite.
The recently completed 1 Hotel South Beach is also home to two Tesla model S house cars. Considering everything about 1 Hotel is eco-friendly and health-conscious, this is unquestionably the best suited car for the hotel. Be chauffeured to your destination in this unique, all-electric power train – they even come branded with 1 Hotel’s logo. The cars are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so be sure to plan your outings ahead of time and around the typical dinner-rush.