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Rolls Royce Phantom Car Hire

Rolls Royce Phantom the best car in the world, made just for the rich and famous. Most of the lavish hotels in the world will offer this car to transfer their VIP customers, hotels like The Dorchester in London , Burj Al Arab in Dubai, Hong Kong Peninsula hotel in Hong Kong and Beverly Hills Wilshire hotel in Beverly Hills USA.

You too could feel like a true VIP by hiring one of these beautiful Rolls Royce Phantoms from www.phantom-car-hire.com or www.phantom-car-hire.co.uk . We will offer you a top of the range chauffeur driven phantom to take you where ever you desire. You could hire the car to go to the races. What other way to attend Royal Ascot with three of friends. You would be picked up from home and taken to Ascot like royalty and on the way back you could go for a night out on the town with your winnings.

This is an ideal wedding car. You have been waiting all your life to get married. You have the flowers, the dress, the venue way not finish it off with arriving in a Rolls Royce Phantom. This car will make your wedding day extra special and the bride will feel like a princess in this luxury cruiser. Let Phantom cars make all the arrangements for your transportation needs for your wedding, hen and stag night or guest transfer.

We also hire for theatres nights, airport transfers, all major sporting events or just a surprise for a loved one.
The phantom is hand built keeping in line with Rolls Royce tradition. They only use two robots to spray the car and then it is hand polished. Final assembly including all wood, leather and paint work is completed to each customers individual taste. This work is all done at their Goodwood plant, Sussex, England.

The car costs an amazing £280,000 to purchase and $300,000 in the USA.
The largest single order of phantoms was made by the Hong Kong Peninsula hotel they ordered 14 phantoms in peninsula green. They had them delivered in December 2006 replacing their fleet of Bentley flying spurs.

 

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