About Us

Limousine Experience…chauffeurs

Aladin Limousine was founded in 2004 by Steve Zien who is a veteran in the transportation industry and regarded as highly customer oriented. Aladin Limousine is locally owned and operated. We are commercially licensed and insured. Aladin Limousine has been providing luxury limousine transportation for the Yakima Valley and surrounding area since 2004.  We pride ourselves on providing impeccable limo service with attention to detail for every special occasion.

Aladin Limousine is committed to provide outstanding service for the lowest possible price. We establish relationships of trust with our customers and strive to bring them the very best experience possible. Expect superior service and the finest vehicles available.

Your Chauffeurs…

Your limo chauffeurs are professional and mature and must meet all qualifications required by the state including criminal background checks, motor vehicle driving record checks, and Washington health examinations. Let one of our certified licensed professional chauffeurs, with "P" endorsement C.D.L. drivers licence's , pamper you: They are required to dress in proper attire for all occasions and must maintain a courteous demeanor at all times. Privacy and confidentiality are guaranteed for all of our limousine tours.

Whether you are planning a wine tour, bachelorette party, wedding, prom, party or any other special event, give us a chance to show you what luxury is all about! 509-969-2877

Customer Comments

“This is Debbie Champion of CertaPro Painters and we have used Aladin Limousine several times in the past and would definitely use them in the future. They are on time and dressed professionally on the wine tours and they make suggestions and call the wineries to have everything set up.”

“Hi my name is Larry and I used Aladin Limousine with other fellow fathers for the West Valley father/daughter dance. Aladin Limousine was professional, courteous and treated the girls like the princesses they are. They even drove the wives around the block so they didn’t feel left out.”