You arrive at Miami International Airport (MIA) and you want to get to your hotel as quickly as possible and with very least stress, right? Okay: you’ve got a decent choice of shuttle, private transfer or taxi. It depends really on how much you want to pay – the bottom line anywhere.
Miami Transfer is easy and economical as is Transfers.com…then there’s Golden Gables and Bonaventure – all good, reliable companies and they all serve the airport and Miami Port areas.
So just outside the terminal, look out for your driver or rep holding up a sign with your name on it. A quality driver will grab your bags and show you to the vehicle…it could be a Mercedes, BMW or Range Rover but a cool company will only use cool cars! And by cool, that will mean air con ‘cos you want to start off your vacation not being hot and bothered!
Fancy freedom on the road? Car rental’s for you and at MIA you’ll find all the major rental firms – Hertz, Alamo, Dollar, Avis and the rest. Not the cheapest way to travel Miami but best to do your own thing in…once again, how much cash have you got, but a general rule is the bigger the hire company the bigger the savings. Miami Car Hire is the most used and cheapest small rental firm.
What about a shuttle service? If you’re in a group then go for this option as you’ll get the keenest prices when you share, whether you’re on business or pleasure. Taxis are dear so perhaps your worst choice, unlike private transfers to whisk you from airport to hotel base. You should pay about 109 USD per car and are there for value, comfort, speed but safety. You’ll be greeted by your individual driver to help with luggage and a smile – he’s happy when he’s taking your business – show you to the waiting car, on the road and away.
Is your visit special? Of course it is, so why not splash the cash on an exotic limo! Find a specialist prestige car outfit who will go beyond the call of duty to ensure you an unforgettable transfer experience. Door-to-door in a Lamborghini or Aston Martin, Jaguar or Ferrari and they don’t use jalopies for their red carpet treatment either.