Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco offers electric vehicle rentals

SAN FRANCISCO – Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco and Enterprise Rent-A-Car now offer an electric vehicle (EV) rental program and charging station for the Nissan LEAF EV. The program and charging station are located on property and are available exclusively for property guests.

Enterprise is continuing the EV roll-out by adding the Nissan LEAF to the Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco rental program. Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco is the first hotel partner in San Francisco to partner with Enterprise to offer EVs to guests.

“Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco is Enterprise’s first hotel partner in San Francisco to offer electric vehicles to its guests through our rental program, which speaks to our shared commitment to provide our customers with the highest quality offerings and service,” said Leonard Almalech, San Francisco VP and GM of Enterprise. “This is a chance for our customers to experience EV technology, whether it is for a quick test drive, a fuel-efficient rental or just to learn more about the new technology.”

Four Seasons San Francisco guests can rent a Nissan Leaf for $90 per day.

EVs use no gasoline, and most can travel about 100 miles on a single charge, accommodating the travel habits of the daily commuter who drives an average of approximately 40 miles a day.

“We’re honored to be the first hotel to offer the latest in sustainable technology to our guests,” said Doug Housley, GM at Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco. “Our hotel team truly understands and takes great pride in the importance of preserving our environment. This initiative demonstrates our continued commitment to follow green hospitality practices on behalf of our guests.”

 

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