San Francisco is one of the most diverse cities in the world; a vibrant, multicultural place that is as visually stunning as it is dynamic. But for all its daytime splendor, a person will have never experienced what San Francisco and the wider Bay area has to offer until they have sampled the nightlife; and there can be no better way to do this than to rent a party bus.
What is a party bus?
I’m guessing the name ‘party bus’ has you thinking of a bus than can be used to party on. Well, you would be correct to think that. A party bus is exactly what its name suggests: a modified bus that has been kitted out in the style of a limousine and equipped with everything from neon lighting to flat-screen TV’s and iPods.
These buses have been made to party on and are packed full of everything you need to experience the Bay area in style. Now think about it; if you’re on a bachelor party or enjoying the San Francisco nightlife for a birthday celebration, would you rather pull up outside a club in a yellow taxi cab or roll up in a luxury party bus, enter through the V.I.P entrance and be picked up when you’ve done? I know which one I’d prefer and it doesn’t involve a charge on the meter!
A San Francisco party bus will generally have seating for in excess of 40 people and is stocked full of beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and for anyone unfamiliar with the Bay area nightlife, a party bus is a great way to check out some potential clubs. Most drivers also have great knowledge of the area and can suggest some good places to visit.
So you’ve hired your Bay area party bus and you’re travelling around some of the trendiest areas in style, spotting dozens of nightclubs and bars along the way. The question is which ones should you visit? Well, there is no better place than San Francisco and the Bay area for catering to different tastes.
Each district has a plethora of bars, clubs and lounges, each with their own distinct style and atmosphere. If your party bus crew is into hip hop and electronic music, ask the driver to head on over to the SoMa neighborhood. If a more artsy type crowd is your thing then you might want to check out the Mission District. Looking for something a little more up-market and slicker? The bars and clubs in the Marina District are ideally suited.
You might be looking to rent a party bus for a bachelor party, in which case the late-night North Beach area with its neon strip joints and rowdy clubs is the place to be. San Francisco is also one of the most gay-friendly places to visit and is packed full of gay bars and clubs in all areas of the city.
There really is something for everyone when the sun goes down in San Francisco, and while bars and clubs are suited to different tastes, a party bus caters to everyone!