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Elite Luxury Car Hire - Switzerland
 
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  • Latest Models: we are constantly renewing our fleet with the latest models available on the market. Thanks to our longstanding relationships with the leading car producers, we are always among the first to receive the latest models as soon as they come off the production lines. So, as an ELITE customer you can be among the first who can drive these vehicles. 

  • Exclusive Models: all of our cars are individually selected and purchased by our CEO. Great care goes into choosing the colour of the car, the leather interior and the equipment. This is what makes our fleet so special and why you cannot rent these cars anywhere else.

  • A Diverse Choice: our 350 strong fleet includes the very latest Sedans, Limousines, Minivans, Sportscars, Convertibles, 4-Wheel Drives and other Exceptional Cars. These include Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Bentley, Porsche, Ferrari and Lamborghini are just some of the marques you can enjoy.

  • Chosen Car Guarantee: unlike many other car rental companies, at ELITE you will drive away the exact car you ordered... so you can count on that dreamy blue Ferrari convertible with black leather interior to take you where you want to go.

  • We deliver the car  you want, anywhere and whenever you want it: Our dedicated team delivers your car to your doorstop anywhere in Europe.

  • Cars in their prime: the average age of cars in our fleet is 18 months.   

  • All Costs below are in Euros

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    Please Note: While Elite will deliver anywhere in Europe on request, your rates do NOT include any applicable delivery and collection fees. We will confirm these with Elite once you have made your booking request. Fees vary depending on the distance from the depot where the car is held.

    MINIMUM AGE:
    21 - 23 - 25 - 30 years as per type and model of vehicle.

    KILOMETRES:
    Rates include 250 km per day - please contact us for  500km packages

    DRIVING LICENCE:
    The renter must be in possession of a valid driving license for driving in Europe valid for 2 years for all categories.

    ADDITIONAL DRIVER:
    Must meet the same conditions of age as principal driver and be approved by Elite at the time of the rental. Additional fee of EUR 10 per day and driver will apply.

    MINIMAL RENTAL DURATION:
    One day = 24 hours. After 3 extra hours, a full day will be charged.

    GASOLINE:
    Not included.

    PAYMENT CONDITIONS:
    1 credit card for City & Van, for all other car types 2 credit cards are required.

    CAR DELIVERY & COLLECTION:
    Cannes, Nice city & Monaco: complimentary service, between 07:00 PM - 08:00 AM: EUR 160.
    Nice airport: EUR 60, between 07:00 PM - 08:00 AM: EUR 120.

    Paris city: complimentary service, between 07:00 PM - 08:00 AM: EUR 80.
    Paris airport: EUR 80, between 07:00 PM - 08:00 AM: EUR 100.

    ** Please note: one ways rentals to other countries from Switzerland are not available.
     

    INSURANCE (CDW / TP):
    Collision Damage Waiver / Theft Protection with Deductible amount which is withheld on Client's credit card 24 hours prior to the rental. Daily insurance fee is added to the rental rate.

    Client can choose between two options*: CDW / TP 1 with reduced deductible or CDW / TP 2 with the lowest deductible. Deductible amount represents Client's maximum risk in a case of collision, damage or theft.

    *Elite accepts one of the insurance options only if the driver's age is at least: 21 years for CITY car type, 25 years for Sport & Convertible / Executive & Luxury / VAN / SUV car type, * 28 years for Exceptional car type. If the client chooses not to take any CDW / TP option to reduce the deductible, he is responsible for the full deductible.

    Elite Insurance Does Not Cover:
    Damages caused by careless use of the car, wheels, hub-caps, tyres, radio k7, cd, gps, antenna, upholstery, external mirrors, rims, convertible soft-top, gear box, clutch etc..

    In case of accident or mechanical problems involving the responsibility of the renter, renter will be charged for a minimum of 5 days (10 days for exceptional cars), up to the time required for the final repair (daily rate 1 - 2 days).

    EQUIPMENT:

    Equipment
    Baby Seat (up to 3 years) EUR 26 per rental
    Baby Booster (3 + years) EUR 26 per rental
    Ski Rack EUR 26 per rental
    Winter Pack (snow tires etc...) EUR 43 per rental
    For other locations in Europe - Please ask us for the exact charges.


    CANCELLATIONS:

    Cancellation Policy
    For all vehicles upon confirmation 30% of the total rental amount
    Within 24 to 72 hours prior to the rental 80% of the total rental amount
    Within 0 to 24 hours prior to the rental (No Show) 100% of the total rental amount
    During the Peak Season* cancellation between 7 days and 72 hours prior to the rental: Please contact us for the dates. 25% of the total rental amount

    Please note: Prices are subject to change without notice.

     
     
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    Switzerland Information


     
    Switzerland is a beautiful country with spectacular scenery and a unique cultural mix of French, German and Italian influences. There are four official languages - German, Italian, French and Romansch, a language derived from Latin that is spoken in the centre of the country. Each of these languages is spoken in a different region of Switzerland. The northeast of the country speaks the Swiss dialect of German and is also culturally German. Similarly, the south-west is where French is spoken and the cultural atmosphere is unmistakably French. Finally, there is the south-east, where Italian is spoken in Italian-style plazas.

    Zurich


    Zurich, Switzerland's biggest city, is an international banking centre and boasts thriving nightlife. It is also a Euro 2008 Host City. There are many historic sites. Grossmunster is an old Romanesque church and was a centre of the Reformation. It is where Huldrych Zwingli was appointed the people's priest in 1519. Landesmuseum is a museum of Swiss history, the largest such museum in Switzerland. You can also learn about the various traditions of the cantons comprising Switzerland. It's currently undergoing major refurbishment works until 2009 though many exhibitions are still open. Kunsthaus is a Swiss art museum. Its specialities are modern sculpturer Giacometti and the surrealist 18th Century painter Fuseli, both Swiss. The Chinese Garden was a gift to Zurich from the city of Kunming, after Zurich helped Kunming with technical knowledge. The Bahnhofstrasse is one of the world's best known shopping streets. Jacob Coffee Museum looks at the history of coffee culture.

    Things to do in Zurich: Take the Polybahn, a 19th century funicular, up the steep hill for a fine view. Take a trip on the Zürichsee with one of the two old steam ships. There are a few different routes you can choose from, which will vary mainly in the distance. Or rent a small rowboat. Go up Uetliberg, a hill overlooking Zurich. You can hike up, or take a train from the main station. Enjoy the 360 degree view from a tall viewing tower (not for vertigo sufferers!). Go club-hopping — Zürich has proportionately the largest number of clubs per capita in Europe.

    In August, Zurich hosts the Streetparade, currently the biggest open air techno rave in Europe. After the Streetparade the party doesn't stop, there are open air parties along the route until midnight and club parties at various locations in town until late the next day, to keep the party going.

    For shopping in Zürich there are three different areas in the centre:

        * Bahnhofstrasse, which runs from the Zürich Train Main station "Hauptbahnhof" right down to the lake. Bahnhofsstrasse is famous for being one of the most exclusive and expensive shopping streets in the world. Here you can get anything from diamond rings to chocolate and fur coats. Globus and Jelmoli are two fiercely competitive department stores, both of whom carry items from many high-end brands.
        * Niederdorf, which is the Old Part of Zurich and expands from "Bellevue" by the Lake right to "Central" which is just over the River from the train station. The Niederdorf is more for young people. Aside from a lot of fast food places you will find a lot of trendy clothes stores here.
        * Löwenstrasse, which runs west of Bahnhofstrasse from the main train station, has lower range shops and a large branch of Migros, a department store chain.

    Geneva


    Geneva is Switzerland's second-largest city, and renowned for arts and culture, and an emormous number of restaurants. It is also one of the world's major diplomatic centres; many United Nations organisations are based here, as is the Red Cross. It was the centre of the Reformation, being Calvin's home from 1541. This history is commemorated in the International Museum of the Reformation and Saint-Pierre Cathedral. Geneva also has the Museum of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

    One of the crowning symbols of Geneva is the monumental Jet d'Eau, a fountain of water pumped 140m into the air. The spectacular plume was once an occasional pressure release for hydro-power generation on the Rhône River, but people liked it so much that in 1891 the city created a permanent pumped fountain. It's beautifully lit at night. Best viewed from a distance — the surrounding half kilometer is soaked with water.

    Cathédrale St-Pierre, Place St. Pierre (At the highest point in the Old Town). The new Espace Saint Pierre pass includes entrance to all three sites of Cour Saint-Pierre, a noteworthy space of unique spiritual and cultural importance. The Cathedral and its towers, which both embody the high point of the Reformed tradition and explore the origins of Christianity with an extensive archaeological site are now complemented by the International Museum of the Reformation on the ground floor of the Maison Mallet. An underground passage, reopened when the Museum was created, connects the two buildings. Nearby, the Auditoire, where Calvin taught, completes a complex that is both representative of the past and open to current questions. The new Espace Saint-Pierre thus aims to contribute to our understanding of today’s world – between tradition and modernity, cultural experimentation and spiritual practice.

    For shopping, La Rue du Marché, a 5 minute walk southwards from the train station, has just about everything. From the traditional to the modern, from souvenirs to household appliances to libraries to prescription glasses. This is one of Geneva's busiest streets, and is kept clean and appealing. Prices are fair for the most part.

    Berne


    Berne, the capital city, has a hostoric old-town that has been meticulously preserved. It sits on a peninsula formed by the meandering turns of the river Aare. The remarkable design coherence of the Berne's old town has earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It features 4 miles of ar