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NY Operator Lands Contract with Major Hotel/Conference Center

Posted on June 21, 2012

Steve Mabus, General Manager, Doral Arrowwood(left) and Melissa Thornton,CEO, Limousine Service of Westchester,(right) announce the partnership between Doral Arrowwood and Limousine Service of Westchester.
Steve Mabus, General Manager, Doral Arrowwood(left) and Melissa Thornton,CEO, Limousine Service of Westchester,(right) announce the partnership between Doral Arrowwood and Limousine Service of Westchester.

RYE BROOK, N.Y — Limousine Service of Westchester (LSW) recently contracted with the Doral Arrowwood Hotel and Conference Center, providing guests and conference attendees with access to exclusive, chauffeured limousines for immediate, on-site transportation to any location at a moment’s notice.

Sedans, SUVs, buses and mini-coaches also will be available upon request. As an added convenience, LSW will maintain a kiosk in the Doral Arrowwood lobby, staffed from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week, for information and booking of transportation services provided by a knowledgeable LSW specialist.

LSW also will provide corporate chauffeured travel services for guests attending conferences and meetings at Doral Arrowwood. Companies within a five-mile radius may arrange for shuttle services to and from Doral Arrowwood through their corporate travel department. One of the benefits of the arranged corporate service is the ability for guests to add transportation fees to their master invoice if requested prior to their arrival.

Doral Arrowwood is a Westchester-based hotel and conference center about 45 minutes from Manhattan. Both business executives and leisure travelers have found Doral Arrowwood an ideal destination for corporate retreats, meetings and special events. Steve Mabus, general manager at Doral Arrowwood said, “The partnership with LSW adds a new world-class service for our guests. We are pleased to have LSW on stand-by, around the clock to deliver the highest level of service.”

About Limousine Service of Westchester
LSW is a full-service chauffeured transportation company founded in 1978. Based in White Plains, N.Y., LSW runs a fleet of luxury cars, sedans, SUVs, busses, and mini coaches and reaches a global network of more than 550 affiliate providers. Led by CEO Melissa Thornton, LSW is one of the first certified minority- and woman-owned limousine services in Westchester County. LSW is located at 10 New King St., Suite 209, White Plains, N.Y. 10604.  

Information: (877) 878-LIMO; [email protected]

About Doral Arrowwood
Doral Arrowwood, located just 45 minutes north of Manhattan and five minutes away from the Westchester County Airport, provides both business executives and leisure travelers. The property is nestled on 114 wooded acres, surrounded by a Robert von Hagge designed golf course. Guests can enjoy a wide range of activities including golf, tennis and racket sports. The hotel offers 373 guest rooms (including seven suites), three distinct restaurants, an indoor-outdoor pool and state-of-the-art sports center with spa services such as massages and facials. The facility boasts 33 custom-built meeting rooms and an elegant 6,500 square foot grand ballroom for corporate and special events.

Information: www.DoralArrowwood.com.

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