When the big night has come to party in Boston, coach limousine questions are rarely at the tip of anyone’s tongue. But a little bit of proper prior planning can ensure perfect party performance on the girls’ or boys’ night out. Here’s what you need to know to figure out what to get from your Boston coach car service.
A traditional limousine is a stretch car, about three times longer than a standard luxury sedan. They’re generally available in modern, classic, or antique forms depending on the style of the party — antique is usually more expensive, but if you’re going to a 40’s themed masquerade or even just to an old-school baroque strip club, it can be the perfect introduction and exit to a unique and memorable night out. A traditional limo caps out at about ten people comfortably.
A coach limousine generally doesn’t have any antique counterparts still on the road; in fact, most coach limousines are modern, period. That’s not really a problem, however, as they have a different focus than a traditional limousine: a coach limo holds about four times as many people. These modern exotics often have stylish kits on the outside and high technology entertainment including LCD TVs and Dolby surround sound on the inside.
Traditional and Coach Limousines often come with a variety of amenities from champagne and wine glasses to candy bars and fruit with retractable tables to rest them on as you drive.
Party cars are the most exotic of the exotics. No two are the same, but oftentimes you can find crazyness like stripper poles, hot tubs, beds, disco balls, dance floors, or other party-oriented insanity on the inside. Party cars tend to be the most expensive of the options, but they also tend to come with things that you’ll rarely find in a traditional limousine — like hard liquor and mixers.
No matter which option you select as the right one for your night out, rest assured that every single party in Boston is made better with the addition of the right limousine service.