RedCoach brings affordable first-class luxury travel to Florida

RedCoach is the only luxury express bus service to offer city center to city center travel.

RedCoach is the only luxury express bus service to offer city center to city center travel.

As any Floridian can tell you, travelling throughout the state can be painful and pricy. Whether you choose to brave the roadways by car or fly in a small, overcrowded plane, the experience is almost always unpleasant.

Now there is another alternative: RedCoach, a luxury motor coach transportation service that provides first-class comforts affordably and conveniently. The first express bus service to offer city center to city center travel, RedCoach provides travelers with amenities other businesses just can compete with.

Riders have two seating options when traveling on board one of RedCoach’s rigorously maintained motor coaches. First class seating features 27 seats with lap trays, while business class coach features 38 seats. Every oversized seat has an accompanying 110-volt individual power outlet and reclines into a bed, providing for great rest if you grow tired while enjoying the free Wi-Fi and on-demand movies. All passengers may check two bags of up to 50 pounds each for free, as well as a carry-on.

RedCoach offers 14 convenient stops in Florida’s most popular destinations including Miami International Airport, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Pierce, Gainesville, University of Florida, Naples, Ocala, Orlando, Downtown Tampa, University of South Florida, West Palm Beach, Downtown Tallahassee and Florida State University. Shuttle services from some of those stops, such as Orlando and MIA, are available to transport travelers to area hotels and popular tourist attractions like Universal Studios and Walt Disney Resorts. To further accommodate the needs of their clientele, RedCoach has also recently launched a partnership with Uber to provide passengers with discounted rides to Uber stops.

The spacious and extremely comfortable seating on RedCoach.

The spacious and extremely comfortable seating on RedCoach.

A family-owned business, RedCoach’s roots can be traced back 67 years to 1959 Argentina when Italian immigrant Nicola Cirgliano founded Grupo Plaza, a luxury transportation service that has since grown into the most successful and experienced motor coach business in the country. Every year, Grupo Plaza transports more than 180 million passengers throughout Argentina and Peru aboard its fleet of 1,700 luxury motor coaches. In 2010, his granddaughter Florencia Cirgliano brought the concept to Florida as RedCoach. More than half a million passengers have traveled with the company as it has continued to grow and increase its stops, services and passenger benefits.

We selected Florida as our first location in the U.S. because we saw a major need for a new method of transportation here,” said Cirgliano. “Florida is one of the most difficult states to travel around in terms of public transportation, but it is also one of the most desirable destinations for travelers.”

Purchasing one-way or round-trip tickets is as simple as a few clicks on their easily navigable website, and the pricing is extremely competitive for what you get. Frequent travelers may also want to consider signing up with RedCoach’s loyalty program, RedRiders, which gives points towards benefits and discounts. Every dollar spent equals 10 RedRiders points and once you earn up to 5,000 points you can start exchanging them for free trips.

For more information call 877-733-0724, visit or follow RedCoach on social media at @RedCoachUSA.

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  1. I’ve been traveling to Tallahassee to visit my girlfriend with Redcoach for the last two years and I’ve really enjoy the fact I can catch the red eye and be there in the morning. Their seats are really comfy so you can actually sleep on the bus.
    I’m glad they added the FIU stop because it’s more convenient than the airport one. They need more options for the West Coast.

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