Harbor View Hotel Partners with Mercedes-Benz for Guests to Drive in Style

Harbor View Hotel Partners with Mercedes-Benz for Guests to Drive in Style

Guests of the Vineyard’s beloved Harbor View Hotel are riding in style thanks to a new partnership with Mercedes-Benz. A fleet of three Mercedes-Benz vehicles has joined the historic Edgartown hotel, which reopened May 1, 2019 on the heels of a top-to-bottom transformation that has elevated every aspect of the guest experience.

The luxury carmaker has provided Harbor View Hotel with one each of its GLS550 SUV, S560 Sedan and SLC300 Convertible models—all bearing the Harbor View Hotel logo—available to guests who want a turn behind the wheel. Harbor View guests can keep the keys for up to three hours at a time, whether it’s to take a spin on the Vineyard’s picturesque shoreline and back roads or explore its charming towns and storied lighthouses. And for those who arrive in a Mercedes-Benz of their own, Harbor View Hotel is offering free valet parking and a welcome gift.

Details of the Mercedes-Benz Driving Experience are available in-room and at the concierge desk.

A beloved fixture on the Vineyard since 1891, Harbor View Hotel reopened May 1, 2019 after a top-to-bottom renovation. The transformation has elevated every aspect of the guest experience and positioned Harbor View among the region’s finest hotels while preserving its historic legacy. Set in the heart of Edgartown, Harbor View Hotel features 124 luxury guest rooms and suites, including a four-bedroom penthouse suite, and two new restaurants led by Executive Chef Patrice Martineau. From its iconic veranda, guests enjoy spectacular views of Edgartown Harbor, the Vineyard’s premier sailing and yachting location. In 2018, Harbor View Hotel was recognized as one of the “Top Hotels in New England” in Condé Nast Traveler’s annual Readers’ Choice awards—the only hotel on Martha’s Vineyard to make the list. Harbor View Hotel is a member of Historic Hotels of America®. Learn more at www.harborviewhotel.com

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