EV Mobility has deployed Teslas at W South Beach. The agreement was negotiated by Marriott International, which will lead to expansion through the Marriott portfolios of hotels.
LOS ANGELES – EV Mobility, LLC., the leading electric vehicle car-sharing platform, and W South Beach, one of Miami’s most iconic hotels announced that they have signed an agreement to roll out on-demand EVs exclusively for hotel guests.
“After almost one year of negotiating an agreement with Marriott International corporate, we are excited to partner with W South Beach as the first hotel in Marriott’s portfolio. We both see that EVs as a world-class amenity will elevate the hospitality offer,” said Ramy El-Batrawi, CEO of EV Mobility
At W South Beach, guests can request a car through the EV Mobility app which sends a message to the valet allowing the valet to bring the vehicle to the hotel’s entrance. The guest has the option of booking a car by the hour or for the day. Users appreciate having an alternative to waiting for rideshare and skipping the hassle of renting a car. EV Mobility anticipates they will deploy Tesla Model 3s to Marriott-owned hotels across the country.
Marriott International’s portfolio of hotels has been working to reduce its carbon footprint as part of its existing 2025 sustainability goals and this latest commitment to climate action is the next step in the company’s sustainability journey.
“W South Beach is known for our stand-out hotel experiences and service. Adding Tesla’s through EV Mobility to our amenities adds even more value to our guest experience and supports our efforts in more conscious green practices,” said Rick Ueno, General Manager at W South Beach. “We look forward to our relationship with EV Mobility as they continue to expand throughout the rest of the country.”
About – EV Mobility is the leading all-electric vehicle car-sharing platform, providing electric vehicles on-demand through an easy-to-use mobile app. EV Mobility offers EVs as an amenity for luxury hotels, multi-family apartments, and commercial buildings. Through the app, residents or guests access electric vehicles located in their building or hotel, while properties benefit from the added value they can now offer to residents or guests of a low-cost, zero-emission electric vehicle on demand. The all-electric car-sharing service began in Los Angeles in 2021 and is presently expanding across other cities.