Category Archives: Business Travel

Cheltenham Gold Cup Chauffeur Service

 

Racegoers watch the action from the Grandstand on Gold Cup Day at Cheltenham Racecourse

Image Courtesy of The Jockey Club

About the Gold Cup

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is one of the highlights of the racing calendar, hugely popular and is always a sell-out. The Cheltenham Festival is four days of jump racing with the Gold Cup on the Last day. As the home of Jump racing, Cheltenham racecourse hosts an audience of up to 235,000 people at the Festival. The thrilling atmosphere is second to none as some of the finest race horses, jockeys and trainers battle it out for the top spot in this prestigious event.
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Chauffeur Travel Between Bristol & Heathrow Airport + top travel tip!

Businessman travelling to Heathrow Airport

Our most frequent requested executive Bristol chauffeur travel service has to be airport transfers between Bristol and Heathrow Airport. Of course, this goes without saying that it can typically involve a journey that experiences the best and the worst which the M4 motorway can offer!

One question our team of chauffeurs frequently encounter is … Continue reading

Rugby World Cup 2015: Have You Got Your Transport Sorted?

Travelling to the Rugby World Cup 2015 With the 18th September looming ever closer the eighth Rugby World Cup is almost upon us. But unfortunately many fans will fail to plan their transport in advance and consequently be faced with delayed and oversubscribed trains, distant car parks, and worse still: potentially missing the most crucial minutes of a match …

Travel Warnings From Officials

Back in July 2009 England beat rival bids from the likes of Italy, Japan, and South Africa to host the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Taking place from 18th September for 6 weeks, Twickenham Stadium in West London will be the final host venue as more than 20 teams attempt to beat the reigning champions, New Zealand.

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Business Travel: Bristol – London

Traveling to London and Bristol

Travelling for work between business offices or clients premises, whether as part of a regular commute or for more ad hoc travel, is a huge worldwide issue. There are more people travelling for work than ever before and the well-used M4 route between Bristol and London is no exception.

With a distance of around 125 miles, there are several ways that an individual can travel between Bristol and London and finding the right one isn’t always as clear cut as you might think.

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Imagine being chauffeur driven through the ultimate business link – the M4 Corridor!

chauffeur driven business man smiling into his tabletHave you ever thought about how many ‘business critical’ working hours are spent wasted waiting for delayed trains, enduring hours of standing in a train carriage as once again the rail network operates beyond peak capacity during commuter hours. The average commuter from Bristol to London spends approximately 5 hours a day battling the frustrations that come with using a combination of public transport. This works out at 25 hours of precious business hours down the drain every week!!

However, your daily commute could be much more effective in terms of productivity and relaxation: visualise yourself sat in the comfort of a prestige car wisely investing in the additional time before your next meeting. Sound appealing? Let us explain how that could be a reality …

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Top Tips For a Stress Free Holiday This Summer

suitcases in window with plane outsideIt’s almost time for us to head off into the sunset and pretend for a week or two that we live in sunny luxury in an exotic, far away land. The thought of the heat on our backs and the sand between our toes has kept us going through the cold, dark winter months.

Most of us, after working seemingly endless hours, harbour summertime fantasies where we’ll have sun kissed skin, a drink in hand and the sound of the ocean in the distance. But the reality is that you could be thrust into your own nightmare in the run up to departure if you aren’t prepared.

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