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Featured San Jose & SF Bay Area Limo Services

San Jose & Bay Area Limo Transfers

San Jose Limo Deals - limo transferBook the best door to door VIP limousine service for transfers inside the city of San Jose or between the cities in the SF Bay Area so you don’t have to stress over driving in unfamiliar areas, fight for parking in busy districts, or waist your time looking for a taxi cab. Get a professional, reliable and dependable Limo Transfer in a punctual, courteous manner.
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San Jose Corporate Limos

San Jose Limo Deals - corporate limosBook a private luxury business transportation, providing corporate executives with the safest & most reliable limos in San Jose and the Bay Area. Experience the ultimate in luxury service and value. Simply relax and stay focused on the important business matters during your limo ride. Experienced drivers will select perfect routes and make sure you will come to your corporate meeting, hotel or office in the most comfortable, efficient and safest way.
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Sightseeing Limo Tours

San Jose Limo Deals - limo toursSan Francisco Bay Area is one of the most exiting places for sightseeing limo tours. People form all over are coming to see the contrast of different neighborhoods, nature, and explore one of the jewels of mans creation. Get a custom tailored comfortable luxury limo tour to suit you in every way possible. Make it unforgettable experience, take a camera and stop for pictures or film, you will not regret.
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Sausalito Limo Tours

San Jose Limo Deals - Sausalito limo toursSausalito is a San Francisco Bay town near the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. It’s a wealthy and artistic enclave, picturesque residential community, and popular tourist destination. Limo tours bring passengers right up to the lovely views of the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. Sausalito town is a wonderful photo-taking and fine dining destination.
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Muir Wood Limo Tours

San Jose Limo Deals - Muir Woods limo toursMuir Woods National Monument is part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. It protects 554 acres of which 240 acres are old growth Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens) forests. Bay Area limo services offer limo tours to this heritage site with its majestic giant redwood trees and many trails that visitors can investigate. The average age of the trees in the forest is between five hundred and eight hundred years old.
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Napa Valley Limo Tours

San Jose Limo Deals - Napa valley limo toursNapa Valley is considered one of the premier wine regions in the world. Schedule your personal wine country limo tour by taking advantage of one of the limo tours developed to show visitors the best the valley has to offer, or select the wineries you’d most like to visit and a limo company will help you to create a custom itinerary that includes visits to your favorite wine makers. Read More
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Monterey Bay Limo Tours

San Jose Limo Deals - Monterey Bay limo toursExperience the top limo tour in the Bay Area as you ride along the breathtaking Big Sur coastline on Highway One. Explore the boutiques and attractions of iconic Cannery Row. Take a glass of wine at tucked-away tasting rooms where the winemaker might just be the person pouring. Monterey Bay has something impressive for everyone. Read More
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Carmel Limo Tours

San Jose Limo Deals - Carmel limo toursCarmel-by-the-Sea, often called simply Carmel, is a city in Monterey County, California. Carmel is known for its natural scenery and rich artistic history. In 1906, the San Francisco Call devoted a full page to the “artists, poets and writers of Carmel-by-the-Sea”, and in 1910 it reported that 60 percent of Carmel’s houses were built by citizens who were “devoting their lives to work connected to the aesthetic arts.” Read More
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  •  Luxury Hotels

    The Beverly Heritage Hotel
    Price Range: From $156 per night

    business hotel A Luxury Silicon Valley Business Hotel
    Just seven miles from downtown San Jose, The Beverly Heritage Hotel is a luxury Silicon Valley hotel. Perfect for business travelers, the hotel offers spacious accommodations, fine dining, and access to a variety of local businesses and attractions. This Silicon Valley business hotel also features ample meeting and conference space, making it a favorite choice for discerning travelers and meeting planners. Choose The Beverly Heritage Hotel for your next visit to Milpitas.

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    San Jose offers a wide range of accommodations including luxury and business hotels in the city center. Decide if you want to be in walking distance of your destinations, or are up to driving and parking (which can be quite an undertaking in some of the busier areas of San Jose) or taking public transit. If you have a specific destination in mind, please look in our specific hotel sections. If you’d rather stay closer to the San Jose International Airport, there are plenty of standard accommodations surrounding the airport.

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  •   Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport


    airport limosSJC is a “downtown airport”, unlike SFO and OAK which are on opposite shores of San Francisco Bay. SJC conveniently located near downtown San Jose.
    Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport (IATA: SJC) is a city-owned public airport in San Jose, Santa Clara County, California. It is named for San Jose native Norman Mineta, Transportation Secretary in the Cabinet of George W. Bush and Commerce Secretary in the Cabinet of Bill Clinton. The name also recognizes Mineta’s service as a Councilman for, and Mayor of, San Jose. It is a U.S. Customs and Border Protection international port of entry. It is two miles northwest of Downtown San Jose near the intersections of U.S. Route 101, Interstate 880, and State Route 87. The dominant carrier is Southwest Airlines with Alaska Airlines as the second largest. The airport has free Wi-Fi in all terminals. Airport seats have sockets in each armrest.


    There are two terminals at the airport, Terminal A, opened in 1990, and Terminal B, opened in 2010. The terminals are connected airside. The airport’s first modern terminal building, Terminal C, was opened in 1965 and closed in 2010.

    In 2009, the gates at the airport were renumbered in preparation for the addition of Terminal B. Gate A16B at the north end became Gate 1, and Gate A1A at the south end became Gate 16.

    Terminal A
    Terminal A has 16 gates: 1–16.

    The terminal includes an international arrivals building, which contains Gates 15 and 16. All international flights (all of which depart at Terminal A) at the airport must clear customs and immigration from this building in order to proceed to their gates. The gates used in this building are also used for arrivals of Volaris and ANA flights.

    Terminal A had an Admirals Club across from Gate 8 for American Airlines passengers, however the club closed in September 2010, with the airline citing rising costs, and cutbacks in its flight schedule at San Jose for the club’s closure. Terminal A now has a paid entry lounge called The Club at SJC near the international gates where passengers can wait for their flights and have access to snacks and beverages.

    Terminal B

    The terminal officially opened on June 30, 2010. Its design features dramatic daylit spaces, modern art, shared use ticket counters/gates, and chairs with power cords and USB ports on the armrest to charge laptops or handheld devices.

    The terminal earned a LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2010 in recognition of the airport’s significant commitment to environmentally sustainable design and construction.

    North Concourse
    The North Concourse of Terminal B has 12 gates: 17–28. The first six gates of the new concourse were opened to the public on July 15, 2009. The remaining gates were opened on June 30, 2010. Southwest Airlines is the primary tenant, along with Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air. Delta moved from Terminal B to Terminal A on January 17, 2012.

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  •   Luxury Shopping in The Bay Area

    shoppingIf you want it, chances are likely you can get it in the San Francisco Bay Area. There are a wide range of small and locally owned shops and boutiques. In fact, San Francisco Bay Area has for the most part repelled the development of large chain retailers and big box stores that are common across America.

    If it’s tourist trinkets you’re looking for, Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco has the typical souvenir, T-shirt, and camera shops, along with plenty of specialty stores. However, the Bay Area’s most popular shopping area is Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto and Union Square in San Francisco. Both have all the big national department stores (Macy’s, Saks, Nordstrom, etc.) and plenty of fancy boutique stores.

    For small, upscale boutiques, Union Street, Hayes Street around Octavia, Fillmore Street around California street, and Chestnut Street in the Golden Gate area are lined with unique and trendy places, and all these streets are among the best spots in the San Francisco to window shop and nash. Nob Hill is also full of specialty places.

    But if you don’t have a luxury dollar to spend and still want to walk away with something unique, there are plenty of shops in San Francisco Chinatown for you, selling Oriental handicrafts of all descriptions, and no chain stores in sight. Japantown also offers plenty of great shops selling authentic souvenirs, including the excellent Kinokuniya Stationery/Bookstore. The Haight is full of excellent independent record and book stores, with Amoeba Music dominating the scene.

    For basic supplies, try the ubiquitous 7-Eleven convenience stores and Walgreens pharmacies. If you need groceries, Safeway is the dominant supermarket chain in the city.

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  •    Dining in San Jose

    The San Francisco Bay Area is a sensual, epicurean region with a vast array of restaurants. In fact, there are more restaurants per capita than in any other regions in North America. The price range is huge, and you can spend anywhere from a small fortune to a couple bucks for every type of cuisine. Vegetarians and vegans will find the SF Bay Area a paradise. Sushi is a local obsession, and though you can find a sushi bar on almost every street corner.

    The Bay Area is also one of the best places in the nation for Asian cuisine: Korean, Thai, Indian, Japanese and, of course, Chinese.

    Many restaurants offer fresh seafood, especially clam chowder and crabs cooked to order. San Jose restaurants are also very corkage friendly.

    Vacation is a chance to have some fun. Don’t forget about limo deals and specials above, booking a limousine for your dining in San Jose.

  •    San Jose Events


    Cinequest. One week every March. A film festival emphasizing digital production, with screenings and guest speakers at venues throughout San Jose. Named one of the Top 10 Film Festivals in the world by the Ultimate Film Festival Survival Guide.

    San Jose Jazz Festival. Every August. A weekend of jazz as well as blues, salsa, and big bands, playing on a dozen mostly outdoor stages.

    San Jose Metro Fountain Blues Festival. Every May. San Carlos Plaza at San Jose State University $5. This day-long concert will celebrate its 30th anniversary in 2010. Around 8,000 blues enthusiasts show up yearly for an impressive lineup of blues musicians. It all happens in the open air on the university campus downtown.

    Starlight Cinemas, San Pedro Square/ Historic District/ SoFA District. Most Wednesdays, June-August, dusk free. Outdoor movie screenings all summer long, held in a different neighborhood each week. Bring some lawn chairs and a picnic, or check out the nearby cafes and eateries. Films range from true Hollywood classics to newer hits. Once a month, Post Street Summertime Blues joins Starlight Cinemas with a live blues performances before the show.

    Downtown Ice, between the Fairmont Hotel and the San Jose Museum of Art. November – January. It doesn’t get more California than an outdoor ice skating rink surrounded by a circle of palm trees. The admission price includes rental skates and ice time. $15 general admission, $13 children 12 and under.

    5 de Mayo (Cinco de Mayo). First Sunday of May. The Sunday right before or after May 5th is the biggest Cinco de Mayo celebration in the Bay Area. A parade takes place downtown early in the morning, followed by music and cultural events held in Guadalupe Park and the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds in the afternoon.

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  •    San Jose, California

    san josePositioned in the northern part of the state in the Bay Area, San Jose is often known as “The Capital of Silicon Valley”, and is the largest city in the Bay Area and Northern California, the third largest city in the state, and the 10th largest city in America.

    El Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe (literally, The Town of Saint Joseph of Guadalupe) was founded by José Joaquín Moraga in 1777 near the present day intersection of Guadalupe Parkway and West Taylor Street. In 1797, the pueblo was moved to the Plaza Pueblo (now Plaza de César Chávez), around which San Jose grew. And the rest is, as they say, history.

    True to its location in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose is now home to the headquarters of many “tech” companies such as Cisco Systems, eBay, and Adobe Systems.
    There are many different neighborhoods in the geographic area of San Jose that, depending on where you are, you might not know if you’re still in the same city. Like most Bay Area cities, San Jose is an expensive place to live -one of the city’s few negatives. Some of the hip areas to live these days are in San Jose’s downtown area, for those who prefer urban living, or Santana Row for a mixed living, shopping and dining community. You can find vintage California charm in the neighborhoods of Willow Glen and Rose Garden. The woodsy area of Almaden Valley is known for its excellent schools, and Silver Creek is known for its subdivisions of sprawling “McMansions.” Evergreen is in East San Jose, right at the foothills of the city. Evergreen has some more affordable housing and is very residential. Since it is at the foothills, east San Jose is not as accessible as the other neighborhoods. Evergreen has excellent views of the foothills and many parks and recreational areas. Groseprick Park is located right in the heart of Evergreen and offers a mile long loop, basketball courts, baseball fields, playgrounds, and hiking trails.