A Florida hotel has a story to tell about car rental.
In March of this year, the hotel made a splash when it became the first hotel in the nation to offer rides to the airport.
Now, it’s offering rides to hotel rooms, too.
The hotel’s CEO, Michael Krasnik, says his hotel was inspired by a trip he took to New York in January of this years.
It was the first time I ever saw the Big Apple, so it felt like a natural fit,” he said.
The idea of car rentals in hotels was first floated by the hotelier who runs it, Brian Fritsch, when he was asked if there were any hotels in the country that would let guests get their cars and rent them out for a couple of hours for $100.
It’s like having a carpool in our hotel room,’ ” Fritsches said. “
My wife was saying, ‘You know what?
It’s like having a carpool in our hotel room,’ ” Fritsches said.
He said he’s seeing more and more hotels make the transition to car rental and that people are looking for a little something extra. “
Fritsch said the hotel is one of many that offer car rental, and it’s become a hot topic in the industry in the last year.
He said he’s seeing more and more hotels make the transition to car rental and that people are looking for a little something extra.
The trend of hotels offering car rentals started in New York City, where car rentals were once rare and pricey.
Car rentals have been available in hotels for years and have been offered by several companies.
In 2014, the Hilton Garden Inn in New Orleans, the first to offer car rentals, said it would offer them to all rooms on the property.
The Hilton said it was the largest hotel in its jurisdiction to do so.
For some people, the experience of driving in a car rental can be a bit daunting. “
They have a great selection of cars, so you can get your car there,” Krasnick said.
For some people, the experience of driving in a car rental can be a bit daunting.
“It’s not the same as having a seatbelt on,” said Kristen Deven, a former Uber driver and a recent graduate of Florida State University.
Deven said she prefers to rent a car that can be taken for a short trip.
She said her car can get into a lot more trouble than her own car because she has to take the keys off the ignition and get them back into the ignition while it’s still on the highway.
“The more comfortable it is to sit in, the more comfortable I feel when I drive the car,” Deven added.
Some hotels have been hesitant to make the switch to car rentals because they’re more expensive than taxis or ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft.
But Krasnaks is confident that hotels can offer car rides to travelers who may not be able to afford them.
“You can get the same service for the same price,” he says.
“People who are paying a lot for taxis and rideshares are going to be able take the ride that they need.”