Travel Nevada in the Lap of Luxury with a Cadillac Rental
Cadillac for Hire to Explore Nevada
As you set out to see what Nevada has to offer, you’ll want to experience the best of the best. That’s why a luxury Cadillac vehicle for rent is your best option. This line of cars makes a statement to others about your high-end style. Choose the Cadillac Escalade if you need more room because this SUV will hold seven passengers. It’s also powered by a 6.2-liter 8-cylinder engine and 420 horsepower.
If you prefer to treat your passengers to a fine sedan instead, the Cadillac CTS-V is right for you. This five-passenger vehicle features a high-class interior plus it’s equipped with a 6.2-liter 8-cylinder engine and 640 horsepower, sure to impress.
Thrills in Nevada
Carson Valley Events
Glider Planes and Distillery Tour
While you explore the Carson Valley in your Cadillac Escalade, you’ll find numerous ways to let the adventurous side of you come out. Thrill-seekers head to new heights when riding in the glider plane presented by Soaring NV. It’s located on Airport Rd at the Minden-Tahoe Airport. Also located on site is Skydive Lake Tahoe if you need an adrenaline rush. From there, you can take the five-minute drive via Airport Rd and US-395 S to the new Bently Heritage Distillery. It’s located within a 100-year old mill which once belonged to the Dangberg Empire. They have the highest standard for grain processing and it is sure to impress any spirit enthusiast. With the room to hold seven passengers, you can take your entire family along for the journey.
Genoa to Carson City
Behind the wheel of your Cadillac CTS-V, you can take the 25-minute ride north via Jacks Valley Rd to Nevada’s state capital. This area is full of historical sites which include the Carson City Mint Building, Nevada State Museum and the Nevada State Railroad Museum. There’s also a Virginia & Truckee Railroad that offers train rides during the weekends. They have an all-day experience that features a narrated trip from Carson City to Virginia City and then back again.
If you want to take a walking tour, try out the Blue Line Trail. This 2.5-mile walking tour through the historical district showcases properties like The Governor’s Museum and the site of John Wayne’s last movie. After the walk, you will probably be hungry, so make a stop in The Union Eatery Taphouse and Coffee. They are regularly voted to have the best food in the region, so you won’t be disappointed. Whether you decide to stay for a day or a weekend your executive class is sure to impress the locals along the way.
Popular Rental Locations
Fastlane Luxury Cars™ services the following cities in Nevada: