The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte Offers Luxury Vehicle Access to Weekend Guests

The 100-year-old Lawyers Building on Main Avenue in Charlotte, N.C., is being transformed into an Ascend Collection property after sitting unused since the 1980s.
Charlotte North Carolina Skyline

Guests staying at The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte on Friday and Saturday evenings this October can drive the latest MINI, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz and BMW models on a complimentary basis, as The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte and Hendrick Motors of Charlotte join forces for the month.

The new weekend experience allows guests to enjoy a complimentary vehicle rental through Hendrick Automotive Group, with a specified car brand provided for each of four weekends, and to use it to visit the many sports, nature and leisure destinations located in and around Charlotte. The program offers each driver up to three hours of complimentary car use.

Available on a first-reserved basis, the limited-time Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte program will accept on-site reservation requests by hotel guests each Friday and Saturday morning of the program. Guests will need to present a valid driver’s license and proof of insurance in order to take advantage of the offering.

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Participating dealerships are: for October 11 and 12, Hendrick Lexus; October 18 and 19, Hendrick Motors of Charlotte; and October 25 and 26, Hendrick BMW.

Reservations for The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte are available www.ritzcarlton.com. For more information, visit www.ritzcarlton.com/charlotte.

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