Bonomolo transportation was the best! i was nervous at the beginning since i have never hired a transportation company but Missy at the office explained all the details needed. She was patient with me with all the changes i requested. To be able to make my wedding more affordable i arranged a limo transfer from my hotel downtown to my wedding at City Park. I was afraid the 20 minute deadline to get to the limo was going to be a problem but the drivers were so kind, polite and helpful. They waited as one of the bridesmaids was a bit late. i also hired a shuttle from the hotel to City Park for all guests. I am so pleased with this company, i highly recommend it.
Extremely wonderful service! Our company had such a pleasant experience working with everyone here. They really go above and beyond and surpassed our expectations.
Fantastic service! Mr. Mackie took excellent care of me on my recent trip to NOLA. I was traveling alone this year and he made me feel safe and secure from the airport to my hotel in the French Quarter. He was friendly and knowledgeable about the history of NOLA and a pleasure to talk with during the ride. I would highly recommend Mackie at Bonomolo :)
Needed to book transportation for my boss and decided to go with Bonomolo due to the great reviews. However, my first impression was not a great one when discussing my needs with Susan on my initial phone call. Susan was cold and not necessarily friendly, qualities you don't expect from someone in a customer service role. I specifically asked whether they had luxury sedans, because it's my boss' preference and her only request (no SUVs). Again, Susan's response was far from customer service friendly, but she confirmed they had luxury sedans and that they could certainly accommodate me. My ONE request was that they send a luxury sedan for both of my rides. I'm not sure why, but that didn't happen and my boss was picked up in an SUV! It's incredibly disappointing when your ONE request is promised and then not honored. 3 stars only because the drivers were professional, on time and friendly.
This company is first class all the way. We just used them last night for my daughter's wedding and I could not have been more pleased. Due to a miscommunication on my part, my daughter and I found ourselves without a limo for her wedding just two days before the ceremony. In a panic, I called Bonolomo, They answered the phone very politely and were just really nice people. I was impressed with them right away. The price they quoted me was very competitive. They didn't try to jack up the fee because I was calling last minute and was in a bind. And since they had so many positive online reviews from different websites, I decided to go with them. I went with my gut on this one and boy am I glad I did!! The whole experience was wonderful.
Maximum Capacity: 10 Passengers. Take a ride with Orlando Limo Ride and get access to these great features*: Leather Seats Tinted Windows Climate Control Privacy Partition Plentiful luggage capacity Fully stocked bar (on request) State of the art video and audio systems Adjustable mood lighting Colorful neon and star lighting, fiber optics and mirror ceilings
Capacity: 8 passenger Luggage: 6 The Lincoln Stretch Limousine seats 8-10 passengers, white exterior, leather interior, tinted windows, bar area (glassware/bottled water/ice chest) AM/FM stereo, CD player, I-Pod connection, 2 flat panel screens with DVD player, fibre optic lighting package, mirrored ceiling.
A LITTLE HISTORY The first automobile limousine, built in 1902, was designed so the driver sat outside under a covered compartment. The word limousineis derived from the name of the French region Limousin, because this covered compartment physically resembled the raised hood of the cloak worn by the shepherds there. An alternate etymology has the chauffeur wearing a Limousin-style cloak in the open driver’s compartment, for protection from the weather. The first “stretch limousine” was created in Fort Smith, Arkansas, around 1928 by a coach company named Armbruster. These cars were primarily used to transport famous “big band” leaders, such as Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman, and their bands and equipment. These early stretch limousines were often called “big band buses”. In 1916, the Society of Automobile Engineers defined a limousine as: “a closed car seating three to five inside, with driver’s seat outside.” A berline was defined as “a limousine having the driver’s seat entirely inclosed”, while a brougham was defined as “a limousine with no roof over the driver’s seat.” In German-speaking countries, a Limousine is simply a sedan, while a lengthened-wheelbase car is called Stretch-Limousine. SERVICE OFFERED IN THIS VEHICLE Dedicated chauffeur service Winery & City Tours Nightlife service 13 & 20 passengers Black & White Exterior Black Leather Interior Limo Style Seating (J-seating) Amazing Sound System Large LCD Screen Emergency Exit Windows