This Super Bowl 50 Hotel Package Will Cost You $1 Million
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If you've got $1 million of disposable income lying around, then the Fairmont in San Francisco has a Super Bowl package just for you.
In addition to 22 tickets to Super Bowl 50 and Gold Suite access at Levi's Stadium in nearby Santa Clara, the package includes four nights at a 6,000 square foot three-bedroom penthouse suite that can accommodate up to six people.
Penthouse amenities include a billiard room, a two-story library and terrace boasting an eye-popping view of downtown and the bay.
Plus, for the duration of their stay, guests can eat and drink whatever they want whenever they want it because there's an open bar in the penthouse suite and hotel staff will stock the kitchen with whatever guests request, according to SFGate.com.
Game day is when the package really shows its value. All 22 people will have access to the Big 50 Club ahead of kickoff and each will receive a $100 gift certificate to the NFL Shop.
Guests will not only watch the game like a VIP, but get there like one as well. The package includes luxury transportation to Levi's Stadium with a personal chef and bartender on hand to help meet your food and beverage needs.
And traffic won't be an issue since guests' limo or bus will receive a police escort to the stadium.
"We wanted to provide a framework with very specific tickets and offerings so that guests knew that those were in place, but then we really wanted to offer them the option to build out their dream Super Bowl weekend — that's really what this is meant to be," Michelle Gilman Jasen, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts' regional director of sales and marketing for the West Coast, told SFGate.com.
But given the price tag, Jasen points out the package can also be an investment.
"If you are entertaining clients or you are someone who's looking to make this a once-in-a-lifetime Super Bowl weekend, then we would build it out in a way that's the most impactful for those guests."
What's more, the package includes a $150,000 donation to the Super Bowl's 50 Fund charity.
As of Tuesday, the package was still available despite several inquiries.
For those working with a much smaller budget, the Fairmont in San Jose is offering a $150,000 Super Bowl 50 package for eight that includes tickets to the Big Game and accommodations for three nights.
Super Bowl-bound travelers staying the night in the Bay Area can expect to spend a few hundred dollars a night for a three-star hotel this coming week, while a more luxurious hotel is likely to run closer to $1,000 per night.
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