Stretch Limousine - When Bigger Really Is Better

Nothing says luxury like stepping out at the nightclub or reception hall from the beautiful and luxurious interior of a stretch limousine. Once reserved for the upper class, renting a stretch limo to make your event or simple night out on the town a night to remember is now incredibly easy and very affordable. The reasons behind renting a stretch limousine are myriad.


First, renting a limousine allows for you to spend a night in luxury as you’re driven from place to place by your own personal chauffeur. It doesn’t matter if you’re just bar hopping with friends or getting married, a stretch limousine will make you feel like a king or queen. And you deserve it! Life is stressful, and since limo rentals have become incredibly affordable, you can rent one for almost any occasion without worrying about the hit your bank account will take.

Next, a stretch limousine really puts “space” in perspective. You think your sedan is roomy? Stretch limousine can fit upwards of ten people, with some having room for even more. While you may need a stretch SUV or Humvee to be able to walk around, stretch limousines have luxurious interiors with plenty of room to stretch out. This is perfect if you have a big party, such as bridesmaids and groomsmen, or if you need the room to pass out on your way home from the bar.

Did you know that a limo can help you save money? If enough people pitch in, renting the limo can be incredibly inexpensive, so when you add in the fully stocked bar that comes with most of them (depending on the service), you can fill up on vodka tonics and beer in the limo while only dropping a five spot on a single beer at each bar you go to. Of course, you need to make sure that the limo company provides the alcohol, otherwise the saving might not be so great.

In the end, a stretch limo really is the best way to help create wonderful memories. From the personalized chauffeur and door to door service to the spacious interior, nothing says “luxury” like a limo.

Posted on July 2, 2012 at 9:00 AM