If you’re a business traveler tired of planes and trains, maybe you should look at an automobile — of the bus variety. “What’s that?” you may ask incredulously. “You’re actually suggesting that we business-suited captains of industry abandon our glamorous jet-set lifestyles in order to get on board… a bus?” Yes buses, deservedly or not, occupy the lowest rung on the transportation totem pole. But that’s changing for business travelers. — Yahoo Travel
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Business owners who want to travel between Boston and New York City can now ride the roads in luxury. LimoLiner, a deluxe motor coach travel service, offers the best of air and land travel without the associated hassle, featuring executive-class amenities and high-touch service.
LimoLiner is featured in the May/June issue of Destinations, the official travel publication of The American Bus Association.
LimoLiner Inc. President and CEO Mark Richardson of Stoughton recently received the BUSRide Industry Achievement Award from BUSRide Magazine at the 2017 United Motorcoach Association Expo.
Spring Break in New England is a bit of a dilemma. It is when the flowers start blooming. The weather is great and you just want to stay put to enjoy spring’s début. On the other hand, it is a full week with no school for the kids and if you’re lucky you can take at least some of that time off too. So why not leave the house and chores behind and skip town? More.
As someone who travels from Boston to New York bimonthly, I’ve been frustrated time and time again at expensive fares, inconvenient time tables, broken-down trains, and flights into airports far from the city center. However, on a recent trip to NYC I tested out LimoLiner, and had my first pleasant experience between the two cities in a long time. Read More.
LimoLiner wants us to know about their ‘Spring in the City’ deal for travel between Manhattan and Boston.
This bus is perfect for those who don't want be cramped with others, and actually be able to access wifi.
Family vacations are not cheap. Between the airline tickets (that are usually not discounted for children), the attraction tickets, and the high costs associated with traveling during school vacations (aka when everyone else is traveling), you’ll definitely need to budget. However, there are some opportunities where you can save money and get some family vacation deals.
Whether you travel with your sweetie pie or your little child, fares are 2-for-1 when taking the high-end motor coach between Boston's Back Bay and Midtown Manhattan.
In a transportation race between Boston and New York, LimoLiner wins by a mile. The transportation company that offers a deluxe coach bus ride from downtown to downtown is a better overall value based on a trip by this reporter a couple of weeks ago.
Luxury shuttle service LimoLiner offers trips to Midtown Manhattan, Boston’s Back Bay and Framingham, Massachusetts, for travelers who are tired of cramped buses and long car rides. This is not your father’s Greyhound bus. It’s part of a new trend that has made bus travel much nicer and more comfortable as fewer and fewer travelers are opting to drive their own cars.
There are about as many ways to get from New York to Boston as there are Patriots vs. Giants rivalries. Buses have long been viewed as the “value” option — for better or worse — but one company is changing that.
LimoLiner proves that luxury and buses go well together. With more than 13 years epxerience transporting people between New York and Boston, LimoLiner competes with conventional bus lines and even takes passengers away from Amtrak and the airlines. With LimoLiner, the journey itself is something to be savored.
After decades of flying 747s, it must be a bit of a letdown to be driving a bus. But for former airline captain Paul Shaughnessy, wheeling a high-end motor coach down I-90 is a throwback to his glory days in aviation. He’s an operator for LimoLiner, a shuttle between Boston and New York City that sells itself as combining the best of air and land travel without the hassle.
While I usually opt for the train or (ultra affordable) bus to get to NYC, this trip I went a different route and booked the LimoLiner luxury coach. How could I possible arrive in NYC ready to relax after being packed into a discount bus or dealing with train delays?