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8:00 PM Moda Center at the Rose Quarter, Portland, OR, US

Seattle Top Class Limo

Seattle Top Class Limo

Party Events!

 Company Events
                                                           School Events

Whatever you can think of, a party bus can make it that much more fun for everyone in your party!

So many different company related events can be more fun and economical on our buses!
Prom? Homecoming? Other special events? We can do them all and more!

Basically if you can think of an event that needs transportation for your party, we can do it!

**Wine Tours**
Take a tour to the best wineries!

**Corporate Events**
Going out on a company golf trip? Maybe a lunch? Fit everyone on one of our buses and leave the driving to us!

**Prom Nights**
Have us drive your prom group the fun and safe way for the whole night, wherever it may lead to!

*Pub Crawls**
Go from bars to clubs in style, with no one having to drive!

**Casino Runs**Make that trip to the casino that much more fun and safe!

**Team Building**
Building your company's team is vital to employe self esteem! Let us do the driving!

**Tolo Dances**
Just like a prom party, we can accommodate  your large group all around the area the fun and safe way!

**Bachelor/Bachelorette Parties**
The night belongs to you, and so does the bus! Take it to all the stops and no worries about driving.
**Holiday Parties**Why risk a DUI, we can drive!

**Company Dinners**
Let us do the driving for your company dinners!

**After School Parties**
Let your kids enjoy a day out on our buses for pizza parties, Funplex events or anything you can think of! Discounted offers available.

**Portland / Vancouver Trips**
We can originate from the Seattle area to Vancouver, BC or Portland for your events!

**Birthday Parties**
We do parties from 6 year olds to 60 year olds! Ride the fun way!

**Expos and Meetings**
Load up your employees and have us drive them!

Now that they've graduated, make sure their events afterwards is fun and safe!

Why worry about the wedding party and guests having to drive, we can do all of it for you!

**Night on the Town**
Hit up all the places in town in one of our luxurious buses with no worry of driving!

**Sporting Events**
Get out and root for your favorite team!

**Sporting Events**
Seahawks game? College or High School game to get to? We can drive your group the fun way!

**Trips to the Gorge**
Why drive all they way yourself, have us do it for you!



Seattle Top Class Limo Christmas Light Tour In Seattle

Christmas Light Displays in Seattle

Various neighborhoods from north to south:
Olympic Manor neighborhood in north Seattle, the entrance is on NW 85th St. and 22nd/21st Ave NW or at NW 90th and 24th Ave. NW, Seattle, WA 98117. (Google map)
Candy Cane Lane runs Saturday, December 5, 2015 – Friday, January 1, 2016. The north Seattle neighborhood is east (below) the University of Washington, off of Ravenna Boulevard on Northeast Park road, just past 20th in Seattle, WA 98105. (Google map).
 Woodland Park Zoo Holiday Lights run nightly through January 1. (Closed Dec. 24 & 25). 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Seattle’s wildest winter holiday lights festival. The holiday tradition features wild animals and wild places recreated in hundreds of thousands of sparkling LED lights. Experience amazing indoor and outdoor light displays, have a faux-snowball fight with your family, and enjoy carolers singing the joy of the holiday season. ADMISSION: ADULTS (13+) $9.95; Children (3-12) $7.95; Toddlers (0-2) FREE. Two entrances:
  • West Entrance: 5500 Phinney Ave. N., Seattle WA 98103 (Phinney Ave. N. between N. 55th St. & N. 56th St.)
  • South Entrance: 550 N 50th St, Seattle WA 98103 (N. 50th Street & Fremont Ave. N.).
Winterfest at Seattle Center operates daily through December 31. 10am-6pm. A wonderland of sparkling lights, child-sized diversions and spirited entertainment at Seattle Center. Five weeks of free and affordable, fun-filled activities and live performances await those in search of uplifting seasonal spirit or delightful diversion from the hustle and bustle of the holiday routine. Visit the to know website what activities are in store for you daily. Seattle Center, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109.
Metro Employees Historic Vehicle Association (MEHVA) SANTA’S LIGHTS TOUR Saturday, December 12 at 7:00PM. Santa Claus himself takes time out from his busy schedule at the North Pole for a 3-hour tour of Seattle’s best Christmas lights. Bus departs from 2nd Ave. S. and S. Main St., across from the Seattle Fire Department Headquarters. Fares are $5 for everyone, children age 5 and under are free. ORCA, Metro transfers, tickets, or passes are not acceptedPlease, no food or beverages onboard the historic bus.
Helmstetler Family Christmas Spectacular begins on Thanksgiving Night (7:00pm) and runs until New Years Eve. Donations requested online for the West Seattle Food Bank and other local charities. Listen to the soundtrack at 101.9 FM while you’re near the displays, now in TWO LOCATIONS:
  • West Seattle: 3908 SW Charlestown, across from the water tower (Google map)
  • Maple Valley (southeast of Seattle): 22629 SE 263rd Place

Seattle Top Class Limo Christmas Light Display Tour In Bellevue WA

Christmas Light Displays in Bellevue

Botanical Garden d’Lights, runs nightly through December 31. 4:30 pm to 9:00 pm. The enormously popular lights festival features over 1/2 million lights. Thousands of people enjoy this dazzling display each season. Get your ticket (including free nights) before you come to the garden to avoid standing in long lines at the entrance. Tickets are date specific and are $5 per person; children 10 and under are free and do not need a ticketEVENT FREE NIGHTS: Nov 28, 29, 30, Dec 1, 5, 6, 7, 8. Bellevue Botanical Garden, 12001 Main Street, Bellevue, WA 98005.
Snowflake Lane Bellevue runs nightly at 7:00 p.m. from the Friday after Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve. On the first Friday only, Santa arrives via a parade. Rush to the sidewalks between Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square and Bellevue Place to witness a magical evening performance for the entire family that will brighten your spirits and warm your heart with the spirit of the holiday. It’s a holiday spectacle of live toy soldier drummers, exhilarating music, animated snow characters, glittering lights all surrounded by snow falling every night along Bellevue Way. Bellevue Way between NE 8th Street and NE 4th Street, Bellevue WA.
Argosy Cruises brings the Christmas Ship and a flotilla of boats to Seattle and East side waterfront communities, around 65 in total. Choirs on board sing 20-minute performances, broadcast on a state-of-the-art sound system. From the flotilla of ships to the crowds of people who gather onshore, this celebration is one of the gems of the Seattle winter holiday season. Check the Schedule for the Argosy Christmas Ship to find out when the boats will be visiting a park near you and plan to join the public bonfire fun.

Seattle Top Class Limo Woodinville Wine Tour

Seattle Top Limo Wine Tours

Custom Wine Tours
Tour Washington’s booming wine country with a chauffeured trip through Woodinville! Our custom tours highlight unique locations and behind-the-scenes opportunities exclusive to Seattle Top Class Limo Wine Tours.
Meet one of Washington’s acclaimed winemakers; learn about the history and industry behind Woodinville wines; or for a more casual experience, pair your tastings with an artisan picnic and play a game of Bocce ball. Book a Rustic Picnic package to pair your tastings with a handmade spread inspired by Tuscan countryside fare, by Woodinville’s new eatery The PicNic Table. 
Our all-inclusive tours accommodate any size group and are an easy and exciting route to discovering the best Woodinville has to offer! 
We’ll have you smiling and laughing all night long! Wine does that, you know.
All tours are by reservations/appointments only.
Call us @ 855-620-7700 or 425-786-4138 or visit our website

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Seattle Top Class Limo Airport Transportation Seattle/Seatac

Airport transportation in Aspen One of the hardest parts at the beginning and end of your vacation is simply getting to the airport. You have to decide how you are getting there (rent a car? park your own? ask someone for a lift?), make sure you have everything (did you grab your passport? did you pack your camera?), and make sure you are going to the right places to get on your plane (which airline? what terminal are you in?). It’s enough to make the beginning of your vacation a nightmare and ruin the end of any good trip. Seattle Top Class Limo Services in Seattle is an airport transportation option for most major Washington airports to and from Seattle, and we know how to make getting to the airport a lot easier.

Getting to the Airport Doesn’t Have to Be Stressful!

Set your luggage out the night before.

Preparation is key when it comes to getting to the airport stress-free. Pack everything up minus any toiletries and clothing you need for the next day. That way you’ll only need to stuff your pajamas and toiletries into your case as you head out the door.

Use an electronic boarding pass.

You might be reluctant to give up that paper boarding pass, but e-tickets are stress-free. You don’t have to worry about losing them and it gives you one less thing to keep track of as you make your way through the airport.

Hire an airport transportation service.

An experienced airport transportation service will know which terminal you need for your flight and be able to drop you off as close as possible. You don’t have to worry about traffic, parking, or finding the right place in an unfamiliar airport.

Call Seattle Top Class Limo to Get To and From the Airport With Ease

We offer comfortable, spacious rides to and from Seattle airport and King County & Paine Field. If you want to make your next trip to the airport as easy as possible, book your airport transportation with Seattle Top Class Limo Services today!

Four Occasions To Rent a Limo In Seattle

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If you haven’t experienced the thrill of riding in a stretch limousine, you owe it to yourself to give it a shot sometime. Fortunately, there is no shortage of events which a stretch limo could improve. Request a quote on a limo from Seattle Top Class Limo and Party Bus Rental  and instantly transform a typical night on the town to a night nobody in your group will ever forget. Here are some occasions you should consider supercharging with a rented stretch limousine.

Birthday Party

Your birthday should be an occasion for celebration. Unfortunately, getting to the celebration is often a hassle. It’s not fun to sit in traffic for an hour, maneuver through busy streets, and find parking when you want to go into the city. Luckily, a limo ride entails none of this stress. All you have to do is book the limo. Once it arrives, you can enjoy your night of fun. Listen to music and enjoy drinks with your friends in the spacious seating of the limo. Shouldn’t this be a day for splurging? A birthday limo ride is a surefire way to transform a birthday from good to great.

Bachelor/Bachelorette Party

Bachelor and bachelorette parties are meant to be fun, carefree nights where the partygoers don’t have to worry about anything but ensuring an awesome night for their friend who’s about to tie the knot. Renting a stretch limo is a must for these occasions. Sit back and relax while you and your friends are transported in style to all your party destinations. Once there, let loose and have fun without having to worry about who will be the designated driver. Having a limo will guarantee everyone’s safe passage home.


It’s common knowledge that a couple’s wedding day is one of the most important of their lives. Unfortunately, it can also be one of the most stressful days, as the couple is worried about every possible thing that could go wrong — bad weather, hostile relatives, late caterers. Renting a limo can at least solve the issue of transportation. Allowing the bride and groom to relax on the way to and from their wedding is an excellent way to take their minds off the stress of the day for a short while.

Prom Night

What better way to make teens’ prom nights more magical than by renting a limo to take them to the dance? A stretch limo offers a sense of glamour and style that high schoolers will be delighted to experience. This will make an already special night one that will live on in memory forever. In addition, parents can take comfort in knowing their child will be brought back home safely by one of M&M’s professional drivers!

Why Stop There?

Why should having a good time in style be limited to just a handful of different life events? It’s easy to see why a ride in a stretch limousine will instantly turn any occasion into a special occasion. A dinner date with your partner becomes far more memorable and romantic in a limo. Going to a concert or a sporting event? Getting there in a limo is way more fun than driving or taking the train. Need a lift to the airport for your big family vacation? Go ahead and start the fun of your trip early by being picked up at your front door by a limo!
Whatever the occasion, Seattle Top Class Limo Services will provide exemplary service at a reasonable price. Book our services here.


Seattle Top Class Limo Holiday Light Tour

SEattle top class limo holiday light tour

There's nothing like a stunning display of Christmas and holiday lights to evoke childhood memories. Treat your family to some glowing, electric, "ooh-ahh" joy this season by visiting one of the many spectacular displays lighting up zoos, gardens and neighborhoods. (Know of a great holiday light display we missed? Email

Seattle area

WildLights. Photo credit: Ryan Hawk

WildLights, Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle

WildLights Santa. Photo credit: Ryan Hawk
Woodland Park Zoo's annual holiday lights show features wild animals and exotic destination scenes illuminated by more than 600,000 LED lights. Santa will also be visiting WildLights every Friday–Sunday during the lights festival and also Monday–Thursday, Dec. 19–23; you may stop by Santa's camp to say hello and get your holiday photo (packages for purchase). There is also a holiday wine and beer garden for guests 21 and older, reindeer to visit (at the shelter near the carousel) and take a night ride on the zoo's historic decorated carousel ($2/ride). Once again, the Zoomazium becomes Snowmazium, with evening story times and "snowball" fights. Special nights this year include "Pokemon Go Night" on Nov. 30 and "Seahawks Night" on Dec. 12.
Details: Open nightly from Nov. 25–Jan. 1, from 5:30–8:30 p.m. (zoo grounds open until 9 p.m, closed Dec. 24–Dec. 25). Tickets cost $7.95–$9.95; ages 0-2 free. Buy online. There are several family-friendly eateries within walking distance of the zoo, including Zeek's Pizza and Phinney Market Pub & Eatery (with a play area!).


Garden d'Lights snapdragon

Garden d’Lights at Bellevue Botanical Garden

Bellevue Botanical Garden's annual lights show is stunning, affordable and a bit wild (don't let your toddler run too fast ahead of you on that dark garden path). Over half a million sparkling lights are twisted by volunteers into fanciful flower and critter shapes; don't miss finding Charlotte, Willie the Slug or the smoking dragon. Visit early in the evening (or very late) to avoid crowds.
Details: Open nightly Nov. 26–Dec. 31, from 4:30–9 p.m. Tickets are only $5; ages 10 and under free. Reserve tickets online to avoid long lines. Free-admission nights are Nov. 30, Dec. 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9 and 10 (expect a wait). Premium parking is available for $5 in the garden lot or park for free at Wilburton Hill Park.
Clamlights, omungous, flickr cc
Photo credit: omungous, flickr cc

Ivar’s Clam Lights at Gene Coulon Memorial Park, Renton

This classic display of lights decorating dozens of trees and shrubs along a walkable one-mile path in Gene Coulon Memorial Park, at the southern tip of Lake Washington, is free of charge. The fun kicks off on Friday evening, Dec. 2 with the official lighting ceremony, complete with photo opportunities with Santa and friends (6:15–8 p.m. — bring your camera), live entertainment, the Rainier Yacht Club's Parade of Boats (7:30 p.m.) and an appearance by the Argosy Christmas Ship with a performance by the Dickens Carolers (8 p.m.). Kids will love running the boardwalk trails at the park.
Details: Open nightly from Dec. 2–Jan. 1, from 5–9 p.m. Free. If you're hungry or need a warm-up, Ivar's and Kidd Valley are right there. 

South Sound

Zoolights, polar bear display

Zoolights at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Tacoma

One of the region's most beloved displays, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium's spectacular show comprises more than half a million LED lights. The scenes range from old favorites such as the green-and-purple flame tree and huge roaring tiger to newer scenes such as the 15.5-foot-tall Mount Rainier, the happy polar bear family, and the 12th Man Seahawks tree. New displays include hammerhead sharks, a giant Pacific octopus, a huge rock crab with moving pincers and a tranquil marine life scene. Kids can also see live animals including sea creatures, goats, and meerkats. And don't forget evening camel ($7) and carousel ($1.50) rides!
Details: Open nightly from Nov. 25–Jan. 1, 5–9 p.m. (closed Dec. 24). Tickets cost $8.50–$10 for non-members, $5 for members; under age 2 free. Buy online or at Fred Meyer stores for discounts and you can also purchase a combo pass at the front gates for both daytime entrance to the zoo and Zoolights. Stop by the Antique Sandwich Company (on Pearl Street) for a bite on the way, or the cafe at the zoo. If Tacoma is a trek for you, make a day of it and hit the museums in downtown Tacoma, from LeMay-America's Car Museum to the Tacoma Art Museum to the pay-as-you-can Children's Museum of Tacoma.
Fantasy Lights

Fantasy Lights at Spanaway Park

This two-mile display is the largest drive-through light show in the Northwest, now in its 22nd year of delighting families with hundreds of holiday scenes along the lake. Highlights include Santa and Rudolph sailing a tall ship, a reindeer leaping over your car and a giant tail-wagging dog. Tune your radio to 95.3 FM to enhance your trip with a special selection of holiday music. Tip: This popular event typically has an hour wait on Friday and Saturday nights, so try weeknights for a less crowded drive. If your family is into antique cars, consider combining it with a trip to see the nearby LeMay Family Collection at Marymount Event Center (open Tuesday–Sunday).
Details: Tickets start at $14 per vehicle; Visit the admissions webpage to learn about discounts and scroll down for a $3 coupon. Half-price nights ($7) Nov. 28–30 and Dec. 5–7. Open nightly from Nov. 24–Jan. 1, from 5:30–9 p.m.
Courtesy Wild Waves holiday lights
Courtesy Wild Waves

Holiday with Lights at Wild Waves, Federal Way

Wild Waves' holiday lights extravaganza features more than one million lights and 25 rides and attractions. Through Dec. 23, kids can visit Santa’s Workshop in the North Pole to get a photo. Little elves 12 and under will love Toyland, where they can play in a falling snow tent, make holiday crafts and more. Enjoy nightly sing-alongs at 6 and 8 p.m. with Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Indulge in some tasty snacks at Mrs. Claus Espresso (Hot Cocoa with Mrs. Claus!), the Candy Factory or Disk'o Eats and Treats.
Details: Open Dec. 3–4 and 11 from 5–9 p.m., Dec. 9–10, 16–23 and 26–31 from 5–10 p.m., (Park closed Dec. 24–25.) Tickets are $9.99/person online, with other discounts available.

North Sound

Lights of Christmas.

The Lights of Christmas, Warm Beach, Stanwood

With over a million lights on display and literally dozens of attractions, you could spend a weekend exploring the North Sound's huge holiday lights festival (and some people do; you can also book a hotel room right on the premises). It includes live music, story telling, a petting farm, pony rides, train rides, local art, gifts, snacks and — drum roll, please — Washington State's only talking Christmas tree.
Details: Tickets cost $11–$16; free for kids ages 3 and younger. AAA members get a $2 discount. Open Dec. 1–4, 8–11, 15–18, 20–23, 26–28 from 5–10 p.m.

Country Village, Bothell

Add some sparkle to the holidays with the animated holiday light display at Country Village Bothell which features a 40-foot sea serpent, giant dragonfly, fiddling pig and marching ducks. On Saturday, Dec. 3, children can celebrate Santa's arrival with a traditional tree lighting, caroling, a gingerbread house display and of course a visit with the red-suited guy. Santa will arrive on a float at 7 p.m. to visit, hand out candycanes and light the tree. Live reindeer are also in attendance (10 a.m.–6 p.m. daily), check out Santa's workshop; and attend special events such as Cookies with Mrs. Claus and Fun with Frosty. New this year is "Santa Arrgh-rival, A Pirate X-mas" on Dec. 10. The pirates of treasure island will arrive at 7 p.m. and Santa will walk the plank and light the country village pirate ship!
Details: Light display and other holiday activities daily from Nov. 12–Dec. 24. See the schedule. Santa’s arrival at Country Village occurs on Saturday, Dec. 3. Pirate Santa arrival on Saturday, Dec. 10. Snack or dine at Country Village's many restaurants including Carolina SmokeBBQ, or Village Hot Dogs.

Famed neighborhood displays

Candy Cane Lane, Seattle's Ravenna neighborhood: An old-school neighborhood light display, Candy Cane Lane lights up N.E. Park Rd. off 20th Ave. E. and Ravenna Blvd. Crowds form every year to view these homes that residents have been decorating since the 1940s. Drive through, or park and walk to avoid a wait. It's typically open from early December to Dec. 31, from 4–11 p.m. Free. Find it: Ravenna Blvd at 21st Ave. E.
Olympic Manor, just north of Seattle's Ballard neighborhood: Midcentury architecture and lots of holiday spirit draw huge crowds to the annual holiday light display in Olympic Manor, a neighborhood of gently curving streets in northwest Seattle. Drive carefully, as cars are creeping along and drivers are looking at the same time as driving, or opt to park and walk through the neighborhood. Find it: Entrance at N.W. 85th St. and 23rd Ave. N.W., Seattle.
Kerry Park Viewpoint, Seattle's Queen Anne Hill neighborhood: A driving tour through the picturesque, historic homes of the Queen Anne neighborhood is always a treat, but it is particularly striking when the holiday lights are on display. Residents put on some spectacularly sparkly shows. Top it off with a stop at the Kerry Park Viewpoint for a panoramic view of the neighborhood, along with a glimpse of the Christmas tree topping our beloved Space Needle. Find it: Kerry Park is at 211 W. HIghland Dr., Seattle.
Evergreen Christmas Lights show, Bothell. A reader tipped us off to this great lights display, with cookies, cocoa, candy canes and train display. Free. Nightly 5-10 p.m. thru Jan 1. Info at it: 3429 240th St. S.E., Bothell.
Woodinville Wonderland, Woodinville: Many homes claim to have the best holiday lights, but this one consistently makes it to the top of visitors’ lists, with over 100,000 lights. Animated lights move to music and delight carloads of families every year. The family spends about a month setting this up and collects donations for the Special Olympics and the Northshore Wranglers. Typically open nightly, from Dec. 1–31. Find it:23620 N.E. 183rd Ave., Woodinville 
Timberline Neighborhood, Sammamish: Another neighborhood that gets a lot of buzz each year is Timberline in Sammamish. Residents deck out their homes in light displays, and past years have included a Grinch House and the Polar Express Station. Find it: N.E. 42nd St. and 204th Ave. N.E.