Wow, what a weather run we’ve had here in Vancouver!
We have enjoyed the best of those slightly chilled sunny mornings that gradually transition into intensified afternoon heat…so incredible!
But there is something about today’s chill…it means business.
Winter is officially on it’s way and I’m here to bring you some love in the form of heat…
Here are some great Vancouver ‘hot-spots’! Restaurants in Vancouver with nice cozy atmospheres and the needed warmth of nearby fireplaces…
Sandbar Seafood Restaurant – Granville Island
Keg Restaurant – Yaletown Vancouver
Bacchus Restaurant and Lounge – Hornby Street, Vancouver
La Terrazza – on Cambie Street, Vancouver
Altitudes Bistro – atop Grouse Mountain
The Tea House – Stanley Park
Yew Restaurant + Bar – Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver
Cozy up to fine foods and fireside glow as we embrace winter!
Luxury Transport Inc.
Time to GET YOUR GOLF ON in Vancouver and Whistler this summer season!
Here are a few great new incentives to get your group together and swing those sticks…
In Whistler, the Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club now has colour GPS systems in their new carts, Whistler Golf Club is sporting new Bent grass greens, and Nicklaus North Golf Course remodelled its signature par 3, 12th hole.
In Vancouver, some local favourites include the University Golf Club, just minutes from downtown Vancouver, Mayfair Lakes, only minutes from the Airport, Morgan Creek in South Surrey with their new club house, and Northview Golf & Country Club with two 18-hole public golf courses and only 15 minutes from the US Border.
And nestled almost right in between Vancouver and Whistler, along the brilliantly scenic Sea-to-Sky highway, is the Furry Creek Golf & Country Club. A challenging and fun course with panoramic ocean views.
Contact us for roundtrip rates to and from your golf game!
One can always hope in running a business that they’ve backed themselves with a team of strong and capable individuals. Our hope often turns to pride…we will often receive wonderful feedback from our many clients simply raving about their experiences in large part due to their driver’s friendly and accommodating nature.
Most recently I received a kind message from a returning Whistler client regarding her trip and as I heard her story unfold an even larger smile than normal crept over my face. I was beaming with pride in my team!
We had scheduled one of our drivers for a Whistler trip a few weeks ago and he recognized the name. It was someone he had driven last winter season and he had remembered that this particular client loved Doritos chips and bought them by the box here as she couldn’t get them back home.
Rather than holding a sign reading her name for his meet & greet at the airport, our driver simply stood there with a bag of Doritos chips in plain view for her to see. It was a happy reunion for the two…her Vancouver and Whistler travels were off to a great start. She followed up later with a great photo of the two in Whistler.
Sometimes the simplest of things can mean the most.
Now that’s our kind of customer service!