Those who select the service will embark on a journey around London’s most romantic spots, such as the South Bank, Piccadilly, Pall Mall and Primrose Hill, as they sip on Moët champagne and snack on Prestat chocolates. The rides will last up to 90 minutes.
Described as a 'one-part date, one-part rescue service', the CupidCab will also be complete with a bunch of roses, as well as a card and pen for those who may have left their Valentine’s Day plans to the last minute.
Addison Lee’s executive fleet cab S or E Class Mercedes models are being used for the experience, which can be booked until Valentine’s Day.
The service is available on a first come first served basis, and journeys are to be charged at a one-off set price of £40.00.
Last year saw Addison Lee launch #RugLee, a Rugby World Cup-themed fleet that featured each of the 20 competing nations' flags.
Virgin Trains has devised a 'love carriage' experience for Valentine's Day, to be hosted by Fred Sirieix.
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