Tips For An Amazing LA Limo Experience

“You haven’t really lived ’til you’ve seen Hollywood and Downtown through the windows of a Los Angeles limousine, of course with a champagne glass in your hands and surrounded by good friends and family”. The words are from Marissa, a local student in Thousand Oaks who experienced her first LA limo moment few days ago… What too many don’t realize is that you don’t have to be rich or famous to rent a limo for a day. It doesn’t need to be an extravaganza, Emmy’s or Grammy’s. In fact, Marissa booked the limo just to drive through Hollywood and Santa Monica with her friends. They ended the night with a nice meal at the Duke’s Malibu, but experiencing what Los Angeles is famous for - the spectacular nightlife and famous sightseeing spots - from a limousine will give anyone a kick.

So how exactly do you proceed to reserve a Los Angeles limousine? It is not complicated nor time consuming. In fact, our LA limo, LAX and party bus service is available 24/7, 365 days per year, at toll-free number (866) 319-LIMO. Our reservation specialists will be able to assist you and accommodate your needs for a wonderful experience. Our staff is highly qualified, professional and knowledgeable. You may call us for any questions you have or advice you may need, but here are some of the tips for making your limousine experience as pleasurable as possible.

Firstly, it is a good idea to plan ahead of time and reserving your vehicle in good time in advance. There are numerous times when it is difficult to find an available limousine in Los Angeles, simply because of the great demand on certain dates. Planning ahead will not only guarantee you a limo for your event, but also give you a greater selection in everything from rental time to vehicle choices.

Secondly, as there are over a hundred Los Angeles limo companies, a great idea is to seek recommendations prior to booking your trip. Does the limousine service you have in mind have any reviews? Make sure to check several review sites, but maybe particularly research their Yelp. Be aware that some companies may call themselves a “limousine service” when it’s in reality one limousine operated from the drivers home. We have the largest selection of luxury vehicles in the LA area, and we are proud of having offered LA limousine and party bus service for more than fifteen years.Lastly, call a few of the limousine services you have in mind. Set up a budget and compare the different offers. It is indeed very important to not solely look at the costs, although it may be tempting. But let’s face it, price is a big motivator, but things like security, comfort, and a professional chauffeur should be the number one priority. After all, a Los Angeles limo experience is meant to be memorable and luxurious. Our Los Angeles limousine service is the only LA limo service to offer a price-match-guarantee, and we are also proud of being the top rated limousine service in LA.

Cinematic Limo Tours

Many movies have been filmed at Malibu Family Wines.
A trending activity for those renting LA party bus and LA limo vehicles have always been filming locations and celebrity homes. We offer both of these types of tours. As you may be aware of, thousands of movies have been filmed in the Los Angeles area. So how do you proceed when trying to figure out where to explore? Firstly, go over some of your favorite films and see where they were filmed. Secondly, ride to the destination with a Los Angeles limousine or taxi. While many prefer tours to specific houses and addresses, some prefer tours to studios or other places with massive movie history. One of those latter ones is the Iverson Ranch in Chatsworth. This ranch functioned as a movie ranch for many years and is the world’s most used movie ranch. Over 1,000 movies and television series were filmed here.

Just a few of the TV-series filmed at Iverson Ranch are Gunsmoke (1955-1975), Bonanza (1959–1973), Perry Mason (1957–1966), The Rifleman (1958–1963), The Big Valley (1965–1969), The Wild Wild West (1965–1969), Have Gun - Will Travel (1957–1963), Wagon Train (1957–1965), and many more. Even more movies were made here. Iverson Ranch is for example where a chariot race takes place in the Charlton-Heston film Ben-Hur (1926), and where Charlie Chaplin looks for gold in The Gold Rush (1925). An airplane crashes here in Hell’s Angels (1930), while Romero’s headquarters are located here in the Shirley Temple movie Wee Willie Winkie (1937). This is also where Flynn meets up with Chief Crazy Horse in They Died With Their Boots On (1941). The ranch is featured numerous times in Zorro Rides Again (1937). While it is dubbed for China in the movies The Good Earth (1937) and The Adventures of Marco Polo (1938), it functions as India in The Lives of A Bengal Lancer (1935). It is featured as Mexico in the film The Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948), while it appears as North Africa in the movie Sahara (1943). Get a group together and rent a party bus service to explore the Iverson Ranch!

Griffith Observatory in featured in movies as
The Terminator (1984) and Yes Man (2008)
There are however many more places to be explored on cinematic tours of Los Angeles. Many rent a Los Angeles limousine to the Santa Monica Pier in order to walk in the footsteps of Tom Hanks in Forrest Gump (1994). Being so close to Simi Valley, we often get calls from people wanting to check out the house featured in Poltergeist (1982), which is located in Simi. The home in Two and a Half Men (2003-2015) on Malibu Colony Road is another Los Angeles limousine favorite. We recently had a party bus service getting ordered for a trip to the house featured in 7th Heaven (1996–2007). This house is located on Alta Ave in Santa Monica, while the Glen Oak Church is actually the First Christian Church of North Hollywood. Both Nancy’s house and Glen’s house in the film A Nightmare On Elm Street (1984) are located on Genessee Avenue. The hospital in Scrubs (2001–2010) is the North Hollywood Medical Center, while John Plato hides in the Griffith Observatory in the James Dean movie Rebel Without A Cause (1955). Thousands of other film locations can be found throughout Southern California. Do some research on your favorite movies and you will be surprised to learn where they were filmed! We often transfer larger groups by party bus service on winery-movie tours as well, as many wineries in Southern California also are popular filming locations.

Whether for a limousine or party bus service in the Los Angeles area, we can help you!

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