3 More Great Reasons for Hiring a Party Bus

By on Feb 14, 2017 in Party Bus Hire |

This year it’s all about the party bus which gives you so much more flexibility for the best night out. We’ve already told you about four cool occasions where party bus hire makes sense, but here are three more occasions when you need to climb on board the coolest bus in town.

Prom Night

Not only is a party bus the way the really cool kids travel to the prom, but it’s cost effective too. Get a group of you together to share the cost of bus hire and you’ll enjoy the best prom party in town before you even get to the venue! Parents will love the idea because they’ll enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that their kids are in the hands of a fully licensed chauffeur. It’s a win-win.

Vegas 18th Birthday

Las Vegas is the home of the party bus, but you can bring a bit of Vegas to the UK when you plan your night out with party bus hire London. Free bubbly, a laser light show, surround sound and a wet bar will get the party started and there’s no clean up afterwards. Outside it may be typical British winter, but inside your party bus it’s Viva Las Vegas! It’s a great idea for an 18th birthday, with no venue hire and no chance of teenage drivers losing their newly acquired licences getting home.

The Corporate Wine Tasting

Party buses aren’t all about the kids. A visit to a local vineyard or craft brewery for a tasting session is becoming an increasingly popular corporate event. Hiring a party bus means everyone can enjoy their day out without the need for a designated driver, and there’s plenty of room to spread out and take a nap on the way home if you need to!

If you’re looking for party bus hire in Essex, Hertfordshire or London then contact us today or give us a call on 01279 739193 to discuss your requirements. With everything from plasma TV screens to karaoke, you won’t find a cooler or more luxurious way to travel in style!

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