Aqua Hospitality, Aston Hotels & Resorts Partner With Enterprise Holdings

enterprise holdingsAqua Hospitality and Aston Hotels & Resorts announced a new partnership with the world’s largest car rental company, Enterprise Holdings, which owns and operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental brands.  
 
Enterprise Holdings, which will serve as a preferred provider for guest car reservations, operates more than 60 airport and neighborhood locations throughout Hawaii under the Enterprise, National and Alamo brands. The Enterprise rental fleet consists of Jeeps, convertibles, hybrids, passenger vans and other vehicles. As a result, leisure and business travelers at Aqua Hospitality and Aston Hotels & Resorts will have access to affordable car rental prices, and convenience-creating technology, including self-service kiosks and online check-in.

“It’s important that our guests’ travels are enjoyable, affordable and stress-free,” said Robin Harlow, senior director of sales of Aqua Hospitality and Aston Hotels & Resorts, in a written release. “With Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent A Car and National Car Rental as our preferred car rental partners, we can provide more options to further enhance our guests’ travel experience.”

This partnership also builds upon Aqua Hospitality and Aston Hotels & Resorts brands’ Snooze-N-Crooze offering, which provides guests with savings of up to 25 percent per day when renting a compact Alamo car.
 
Visit www.aquahospitality.com and www.astonhotels.com

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