Phoenix Charter Bus Company provides reliable coach bus rentals across Phoenix and the surrounding metro area. We book buses for sports teams, church groups, corporate events, schools, and universities across Arizona. Buses are available with premium amenities including reclining leather seats, seat belts, restrooms, DVD players, PA systems, WiFi, and more. Live agents are standing by 24/7 to review your itinerary and reserve you next motor coach. Call 480-445-9823 to book your trip.
We’ve worked with hundreds of coaches, athletes, and die-hard fans to arrange reliable group transportation for their next sporting event. Cheering for the Cardinals or Suns? We’ll be your ride to the game so you can focus on your tailgating experience. Either way, we’ll make sure you’re ready to win.Learn More
Let Phoenix Charter Bus Company help make wedding planning a little easier with streamlined bus rentals. Whether you need transportation for an engagement party, bridal shower, bachelor or bachelorette party, or your wedding day, we’ll match you with a luxurious bus.Learn More
Forget separating employees on public transit or rideshare apps-- stay organized and on time with a private bus rental. We’ve worked with companies of all sizes, from Fortune 500s to startups, to arrange easy and fast transportation for conferences, trade shows, company outings, and other corporate events.Learn More
Your students will be in safe hands when you work with Phoenix Charter Bus Company. From field trips to campus tours, we only charter buses that have passed a series of inspections, and we’ll match you with a professional, certified driver.Learn More
Planning a private event like a family reunion or vacation is easy with transportation from Phoenix Charter Bus Company. Don't worry about reserving multiple rental cars for a large-scale event. With a personal charter bus or minibus, the travel process will be easy for both local groups and out-of-towners.Learn More
Simplifying your transportation in and around the Valley of the Sun has never been easier than with Phoenix Charter Bus Company. We have experience catering to all kinds of events and trips within city limits and beyond and can handle transportation for excursions big and small, from speedy shuttles from the Sky Harbor International Airport to Grand Canyon day trips. With a network of state-of-the-art motorcoaches and seasoned local drivers on your side, your group will have no problem taking in all the sights and experiences Phoenix has to offer.
Need help getting started? Like we said, we’ve serviced a variety of Phoenix adventures for our clients. Here are some must-see destinations we recommend for our passengers:
Conveniently located in Papago Park, 10 miles from city center, this Phoenix attraction condenses the natural beauty of the Phoenix landscape into an easily accessible urban green space. Come stroll through the garden’s arid terrain and lose yourself in the native cacti, succulents, and wildflowers along the walking trails.
Visitors who seek an immersive dive into Arizona’s history should add this museum to the top of their itinerary. The Heard Museum is considered one of the best showcases of Native American art and culture in the country, with exhibitions of both ancient and contemporary pieces from Native artists, as well as live performances and demonstrations from local tribes.
From up-close and personal animal encounters to summer programs for children and teens, the Phoenix Zoo has something in store for everyone! This popular destination features four major trails that walk guests through different ecosystems and their wildlife: from Arizona to Africa to the tropics, as well as a children’s trail where little ones find themselves nose-to-snout with small animals from around the world. Adventurous visitors can even rent out Ruby’s House, a venue dedicated to the zoo’s late painting elephant, out for birthdays, weddings, or other celebrations and events!
Calling all science buffs, engineering enthusiasts, and aspiring space explorers! This downtown attraction is considered the Phoenix hub for science education, with over 300 interactive exhibits, a high-tech planetarium, a five-story IMAX theater, and live presentations from renowned experts. To make the most of your trip, we recommend you take advantage of the center’s discounts for groups of 15 or more, and reserve a private transportation rental beforehand. Image credit.
Visitors are invited to inspect the many openings and passageways eroded through this solid red sandstone butte. One cavern near the summit, known as the “chamber,” grants hikers gorgeous views in two directions from where wind and water have carved clean through the rock formation! Come stand where ancient Native American tribes once traced the changing of seasons through the skylights of this natural wonder and take in the power and beauty of the landscape around you.
This unique museum is the largest of its kind in the world. With over 15,000 musical instruments from nearly 200 countries and territories, music fanatics and world culture scholars can plan to spend at least a few hours exploring the museum. Keep this timeframe in mind when coordinating your Phoenix transportation plans, so your driver can pick you up from the front entrance and whisk you to lunch or dinner soon afterwards. Image credit.
Whether you’re on the hunt for a unique souvenir, a precious masterpiece, or just a good cup of coffee, this Phoenix arts district is the place to be. Many of the concrete buildings along this stretch of East Roosevelt Street are adorned with murals and street art, creating a vibrant backdrop for your excursions through the galleries, cafes, and boutiques of the area. While most of Roosevelt Row is easily walkable in a day, this district is located quite some distance from the more popular Phoenix hotels, so book a private bus to avoid a long walk over multiple city blocks. Image credit.
Want to catch a slice of living history in the heart of Phoenix’s sprawling metropolis? Out-of-towners will not want to miss touring this neighborhood, the oldest remaining residential block within city limits. The Square features ten fully-restored buildings originally built in the late 19th century, offering guests a gateway to life and culture during Phoenix’s founding. Tour one of the square’s many museums, attend an event with your Girl Scout troop or field trip, or simply grab a bite to eat at the Lath Pavilion’s coffee bar. Image credit.
Whether you’re coordinating a company golf tournament or planning a private outing for you and your friends, this legendary course is the perfect location for your next tee-time. Papago offers stunning views and an engaging course for golfers of all skill levels, with a straightforward layout and subtle challenges at each hole. Reserving a spacious charter bus or minibus through Phoenix Charter Bus Company will ensure your group has enough room to store your equipment and coolers en route to the course!
With a splash zone for the little ones, rides and leisure activities for all ages, and games galore, it’s no wonder why this park is a beloved Phoenix destination for youth groups, summer camps, and family reunions. The park’s popularly and expansive parking lot makes for quite the walk from your parking spot to the main gate, especially during peak seasons. Skip the hike and let a professional driver drop your group of thrill-seekers off at the front entrance, handle the parking logistics while you enjoy the rides, and meet you at the gate when you’re ready to leave. Image credit.
Whether you’re in Phoenix for a quick business trip or a multi-day family reunion, be sure to make time to visit Phoenix’s best neighborhoods! Below, we’ve listed our passengers’ favorites, plus a few key destinations in each:
One of Phoenix’s most picturesque neighborhoods, this former citrus grove offers breathtaking views of Camelback Mountain to serve as your backdrop as you shop and dine your way through the streets. Enjoy classic American fare at The Henry, shop ‘til you drop at Biltmore Fashion Park, or simply enjoy the view while you enjoy your time in Arcadia.
Home to numerous old houses that have been converted into bars and music venues, Roosevelt Row is the neighborhood to visit for travelers who love art, craft beer, and indie movies. Check out a movie at FilmBar Phoenix or enjoy a cup of joe at Matt’s Big Breakfast. As you wander through the neighborhood, notice the plentiful street art that gives Roosevelt Row its unique flair.
Downtown Phoenix is the hub of the city’s commerce, art, and culture. This neighborhood has it all, from indie coffee shops to sports arenas, little boutiques, concert venues, bars, and more. Start your Downtown exploration at CityScape, where you can watch an open-air movie in the plaza or get your night going at Gypsy Bar.
If you’re looking for a splurge, head into Paradise Valley to enjoy Phoenix’s best resorts, nestled among beautiful cliff sides. The neighborhood’s multi-million dollar houses have earned it the nickname “The Beverly Hills of the Southwest,” making it a perfect destination for those looking to pamper themselves on their Phoenix vacation.
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With room to fit 56 passengers comfortably, charter buses are the most spacious and accommodating bus option. Charter buses have plenty of storage space for luggage and other equipment, and come standard with premium amenities like reclining seats, TVs, WiFi, on-board restrooms, and more. You’ll ride in complete comfort whether you’re driving around town or across the country.
Can’t fill up a whole charter bus, but still need an efficient way to transport a group? Minibuses come in a variety of sizes to best accommodate you. As the perfect alternative to public transportation and rideshare apps, your group will enjoy complete comfort at a lower price while staying organized. Minibuses are the best option for shuttling groups short distances for a variety of events in town.
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