Princeton Public Valet


Open Door Valet is honored to present Princeton Public Valet parking service option located on Witherspoon Street in front of Heinz Plaza.  The license was awarded via bid last month and the operation is now launched.  The price is starting at $15 however, might fluctuate to reflect the demand of the service.  The cars are being parked in a private lot located on Nassau Street across from Hoagie Haven.  Valet Parking is also an option there as well.  The service features “Text-2-Retrieve” enabling customers to text their ticket number and location to have their car delivered to them anywhere in town.  Open Door Valet hopes to expand the operation to include (1) Gas Re-fueling as well as (2) Basic Detailing and (3) ‘Safe-Home Valet’ a service that enables customers to be driven home in their own vehicles by an ODV staff member.

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Open Door Valet has been providing premier valet parking service in the Princeton area for over 6 years and currently provide service for The Peacock Inn, Eno Terra as well as Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and The Westin Hotel in Forrestal Village.  “It’s been a long journey, we’ve learned a lot, and we are ecstatic for this opportunity.”  says Open Door’s Founder & CEO Douglas English.  The hours of operation are subject to change but to start, the valet operation will be running  Thursday-Saturday PM and Sunday during the day.  For updates Please like ODV’s Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/opendoorvalet/

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    • admin

      Thank you for reaching out! Yes so we are still in the trial stages of the service but you basically have it down. Additional services might also soon be available including re-fuelling and wash/detailing. We are excited for the opportunity. Everyone we have come in contact with has been supportive and the service has worked out for those who have used it so far. Communication is the key as we attempt to successfully launch this is a reliable parking option in downtown Princeton. We have also experienced success doing this in Doylestown and are working out the kinks with what is shaking out to be a really good township-valet operation.

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