Four Seasons Hotel Atlanta is now the only hotel in the state to offer its guests complimentary transportation in a 2015 Tesla Model S.
The electric premium sedan boasts a zero-to-sixty acceleration in 4.2 seconds, an all glass panoramic roof, 19 inch (48 centimetre) wheels, Smart Air suspension, dual chargers that double the charging capacity and a 17-inch touchscreen to control most of the car’s functions. The black sedan is trimmed with tan nappa leather, premium interior lighting and obeche wood gloss decor.
The new Tesla will provide complimentary transportation within a five mile (eight kilometre) radius of the Hotel and is available to guests on a first-come, first-serve basis, Monday through Friday from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm, and on Saturday from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm The Hotel does not provide car service on Sundays. To check availability, guests are encouraged to contact the Concierge Desk or valet attendant from their guest room.
Four Seasons Hotel General Manager Rajiv Malhotra is excited about the Hotel’s latest investment. “By upgrading to an electric hotel car, we remain at the forefront of sustainability in the Atlanta hotel community. The new Tesla is just another reflection of our dedication to being environmentally-friendly, fun and cutting edge – all of the attributes a Four Seasons guest expects.”
Four Seasons is the only hotel in the city with a Tesla and complimentary charging station. This unique automobile adds to the list of green initiatives the Hotel has in place to demonstrate its commitment to energy conservation and the environment in general. Other Hotel-wide and environmentally friendly measures include water and electricity conservation, on-site recycling, the option to reuse linens and towels and the Hotel’s donation of partially-used complimentary toiletry items to charitable organizations. Four Seasons also has a green meetingteam in place to work alongside clients who place importance on incorporating sustainable products and services into their events.
Tesla Motors was founded in 2003 in Palo Alto, California by a group of Silicon Valley engineers with a vision of electric vehicles. Tesla currently has more than 125 service centers worldwide, and are being driven in 37 countries.