The Phoenix Charter Bus Company is made up of a large network of motorcoaches and professional drivers, as well as a 24/7 reservation team. Combined, these facets of our service make it easy and stress-free to rent a bus in Phoenix! Give us a call once you have a passenger count and an itinerary, and we’ll be happy to offer a personalized and no-obligation quote for your Phoenix bus rental plan.
Planning a long-distance trip? Transporting a large group of people? This full-size charter bus rental can help you do both! With the ability to comfortably seat 56 passengers at a time (as well as store their luggage in an under-cabin compartment), these motorcoaches offer many of the small comforts that make long trips fly by—like TVs, a DVD player, a PA system, WiFi, reclining seats, and more!
Those in need of a quick ride in and around the Phoenix area should look no further than our minibus rental options! We offer a variety of coaches to choose from—including 18-passenger, 20-passenger, and 25-passenger minibuses—as well as a variety of amenity plans to make your travels and refreshing as possible. From mobile executive suites with leather seating and premium entertainment systems to simple airport shuttles that offer plenty of space to stash carry-ons, these minibus rentals offer flexibility you won’t find anywhere else.
We know newlyweds-to-be and wedding planners have enough on their plates. Luckily, we provide timely and elegant rides for wedding receptions, ceremonies, rehearsal dinners, bachelor(ette) parties,and more! That way, your loved ones can enjoy your big day without stressing the ride home.Learn More
One way to impress clients and to keep your company or event running like clockwork is a corporate shuttle service. With plush interiors, WiFi, and power outlets, your employees, attendees, and VIPs can stay comfortable and connected between meetings or workshops.Learn More
Rather than cramming into a stuffy old school bus, keep your students and chaperones comfy and entertained with a field trip bus rental! Buses in our network come with state-of-the-art safety features and the services of professional drivers, so everyone will arrive safe and sound.Learn More
From family reunions to private vacations, church outings to sightseeing tours—our private bus rentals offer flexible transportation plans for all kinds of group trips. You set the route and schedule your bus rental will run on, and we’ll provide seamless service to every destination!Learn More
From kicking it around the city’s top sights to weekend trips out to the Grand Canyon, the Valley of the Sun has much to offer for Phoenix visitors! Simplifying your transportation in and around the area has never been easier than with Phoenix Charter Bus Company. 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 experiences Phoenix has to offer.
Not sure where to go while your group is in town? We’ve put together this list of must-see destinations all first-time Phoenix groups should check out:
Those looking to take in the Phoenix area’s gorgeous native flora don’t have to travel far—this urban green space is located in Papago Park, only 10 miles from the city’s center. Here, visitors can tour this arid garden and learn more about the cacti, succulents, and wildflowers along the many walking trails.
As one of the best showcases of Native American art and culture in the country, this museum should top your itinerary if you’re interested in learning about Arizona’s history. Come tour the dozens of exhibitions that highlight both ancient and contemporary pieces from Native artists, as well as live performances, demonstrations, and lectures from local tribes.
Whether you’re planning a field trip with your science class or looking for a unique and unforgettable venue for your next event, consider the Phoenix Zoo one of your top destinations. The zoo offers four major trails that showcase ecosystems and animals from around the world—from Arizona to Africa and beyond. Event planners, be sure to inquire about renting out Ruby’s House (dedicated to the zoo’s late painting elephant) for your next birthday, wedding, or other celebration!
Traveling with science buffs, aspiring astronauts, or engineering enthusiasts? Check out this downtown attraction for a hands-on experience at this Phoenix hub for science education! The center is home to over 300 interactive exhibits, a planetarium, a five-story IMAX theater, and a variety of scheduled presentations from the field’s best experts. Don’t forget to take advantage of discounted admission rates by booking your tickets with a group of 15 or more visitors! Image credit.
As one of the more unique attractions in the city, sightseers won’t want to miss this red sandstone butte! Here, hikers can take in gorgeous views in two directions from “the chamber”—where wind and rain have carved clean through the rock formation. Come stand where ancient tribes once traced the changing of seasons through the natural skylights, and take in the power and beauty of the landscape around you.
Welcome to the largest musical instrument museum in the world! Check out the 15,000+ instruments from around the globe—enough to keep your music fans and world culture scholars busy for at least a few hours. Keep this timeframe in mind when planning your itinerary, so your Phoenix bus rental can pick up your group from the entrance when you’re finished exploring this celebration of music! Image credit.
Rallying with your football fans? Then this Glendale venue is probably on your itinerary already! This multi-purpose stadium is the stomping grounds of the Arizona Cardinals NFL team, but also hosts college football teams during the annual Fiesta Bowl and numerous concerts throughout the year. With a 63,000-seat capacity and full climate control (thanks to the retractable roof), it’s no wonder this stadium is a popular gathering spot for all kinds of Phoenix events. Image credit
Take a step back in time at this living history neighborhood, right in the heart of Phoenix’s sprawling metropolis. This block is the oldest remaining residential area within city limits and is home to 10 full-restored buildings that date back to the late 19th century. Give your scout troop or history class a first-hand glimpse into the life and culture of Phoenix’s founding by booking a tour at one of the many museums in this historic square. Image credit.
With dozens of resorts and some of the best courses in the country, Phoenix is undoubtedly a popular spot for golfers of all skill levels—and this course is a fan-favorite for many reasons. For one thing, Papago features a straightforward layout and subtle challenges at each hole. But you’ll also find stunning views of the surrounding Arizona landscape, which will act as a beautiful backdrop for your tee-time.
If you’re in town with a youth group, a summer camp, or extended family and friends, this beloved Phoenix theme park will surely be a crowdpleaser—with a splash zone for your little ones, roller coasters for your thrill-seekers, and plenty of other leisure activities for your parents and chaperones to enjoy. Rather than hiking to and from the busy parking lot during peak visiting season, let a pro driver drop off everyone right at the entrance and handle the parking while you enjoy the rides! 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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