The name “party bus” or “limo bus” can mean different things to different sets of people.


College students, bachelor or bachelorette parties are a perfect group of people ready to enjoy the evening on the town. Think: “What happens on a party bus, stays on the party bus.”


However, our party bus or limo bus rentals offer many other opportunities for groups to enjoy Washington, DC; Northern Virginia; Maryland; Baltimore and visit many local sights; wineries; restaurants and much more.


For example, if your family is coming into town for a holiday or family reunion, you can easily give them a local tour by renting a party bus from American Eagle Limousine. Our limousine buses can easily accommodate a large group of people and you can be the local tour guide. This is a great idea when you consider our seasonal weather: no need to walk in cold temperatures or endure high humidity walking from place-to-place and then back to wherever you parked your cars.


A limo bus is also a great idea if any family members are elderly and have a hard time walking long distances. By renting a party bus, they can enjoy the local sights and scenes in a comfortable and spacious limo bus!


Another big advantage in renting a party bus or limousine is that children are less likely to get cranky. They can move around more freely; sit and play with other children and have more room for parents to care for them.


In addition, renting a party bus or limousine for your guests, helps keep everyone together whether you’re touring Washington, DC or heading out to enjoy some of the local museums; shopping and dining. No need to worry about traffic; highway construction; detours; directions…let alone the additional cost of gasoline and parking fees. Your enjoy group stays together and there’s no one gets lost!


So, if you have an upcoming family gathering planned or friends coming into town, now is the time to call American Eagle Limousine at (703) 550-7200 for more details and reservations about our party bus rentals.

(Photo by Beth Scupham)