Best Super Bowl Hotels & Packages

|Best Super Bowl Hotels & Packages

Best Super Bowl Hotels & Packages

Super Bowl Tickets and Hospitality is very excited to share our three hotel options for our Super Bowl Packages. You can choose between The Buchanan Hotel, Park Central Hotel, and The Palace Hotel. Each Super Bowl 50 ticket package includes game-day tickets, tickets to the Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game, and deluxe Super Bowl 2016 accommodations.

 

The Buchanan Hotel Package

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The Buchanan, a Kimpton Hotel, is a great option for Super Bowl weekend. Kimpton Hotels have earned an incredible reputation for passion, bold, playful design, award-winning dining and incredible amenities. Boasting 58 boutique hotels in the US, With Kimpton Hotels you have the ultimate boutique hotel stay and a top choice for Super Bowl weekend.

The Buchanan ideally situated in one of the most exciting pulse-points in the entire city of San Francisco. You’ll find The Buchanan where three dynamic neighborhoods – Japantown, the Fillmore District and Lower Pacific Heights – all converge in one intoxicating travel trifecta. Boutiques. Michelin-starred restaurants. Indie cinemas. Live jazz joints where the legends played. The Buchanan oozes personality. Touches like chandeliers rendered from vintage whiskey bottles and private spaces, including the intimate patio.

San Francisco is a foodie’s best friend. The Buchanan’s neighborhood is where the authentic flavors and ingredients of Asia mix with contemporary California culinary sizzle to create a tasty experience. And lucky for you, a neighborhood favorite — Mum’s Restaurant + Bar is located inside the Buchanan San Francisco.

The Buchanan Package Includes:

Deluxe accommodations at the Buchanan Kimpton hotel for Three (3) Nights Friday February 5th thru Sunday February 7th 2016.

Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl XLIX February 7th 2016 (ticket upgrades available, see upgrade pricing)

Admission into the Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party where 20+ Current /active NFL players are in attendance.

Pre-game Super Bowl party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.

Round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium

Ticket Upgrades Available click here

Double Occupancy…$6299

Single Occupancy… $7799

Park Central Hotel Package

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As one of the best San Francisco hotels, Union Square is a short walk from the door. Centrally located in SOMA District, with exceptional service and an inherent commitment to hospitality, Park Central is the ideal hotel for Super Bowl weekend.

Downtown convenience. Inspired hospitality. Complete comfort. It all comes together at the Park Central San Francisco Hotel – located amidst San Francisco’s most popular sights and venues.

Park Central blends location, service and comfort, to create an exceptional property in one of the world’s favorite cities San Francisco Union Square.

Maso restaurant located in the Park Central is home to Executive Chef, John Hart who’s 25-year career has taken him to properties all around the world. He now calls one of the most popular restaurants near Moscone Center home. At MaSo, he brings a fresh perspective to classic favorites, and provides delicious options for those seeking choices that are gluten free. San Francisco has long been heralded as a destination for food lovers, and MaSo reflects this dedication to quality, freshness and flavor. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. MaSo offers choices from roasted King Salmon, to Kobe meatloaf or lobster pot pie.

Looking to just hang out and relax and take in Super Bowl weekend in San Francisco you don’t have to leave Park Central enjoy and relax at the contemporary hotel bar. Inside a beautiful lounge and on nice days and evenings take in the outdoor terrace.

The Park Central Package Includes:

Deluxe accommodations for at the Park Central Three (3) Nights Friday February 5th thru Sunday February 7th 2016

Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl XLIX February 7th 2016 (ticket upgrades available, see upgrade pricing)

Admission into the Players Super Bowl Tailgate pre-game party where 20+ Current /active NFL players are in attendance.

Pre-game Super Bowl party held Sunday, 11:00am – 4:00pm with open premium bar and a 5-star food menu prepared by Guy Fiere.

Round trip game day transportation to Levi Stadium

Ticket Upgrades Available click here

Double Occupancy…$6899

Single Occupancy… $9299

The Palace Hotel Package

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The Palace Hotel offers truly superior comfort, style and convenience. It’s located within walking distance of the NFL Experience and Union Square. So that means staying at The Palace puts you right in the middle of Super Bowl activities.  The Palace is part of a luxury collection of hotels in the financial district. It is truly one of the nicest hotels in San Francisco.

The Garden Court, located inside the hotel, features a gorgeous crowned glass dome atrium and Austrian crystal chandeliers. Many consider it one of the finest rooms in the world.

The Pied Pipe bar is located within the hotel itself. It may possibly be one of San Francisco’s favorite bars. The Pied Piper is lined with rich wood paneling and boasts a large collection of beer and wine from all around the world. Relax and enjoy a drink at this special spot before heading out for Super Bowl 50.

The Palace Hotel Package Includes:

A three (3) night accommodations at The Palace Hotel

Check in Friday, February 5 / Check out Sunday, February 7

Upper Level End Zone to Corner Ticket to Super Bowl 50, February 7, 2016

Admission into the Players Super Bowl Tailgate party.
The Super Bowl Tailgate includes: Open bar, 5-star food menu created by celebrity chef Guy Fieri and 20+ active NFL players in attendance.
Super Bowl gift bag
Game day transport to Levi’s Stadium via private motor coach

 

 

 

2018-01-07T03:41:04+00:00December 14th, 2015|Super Bowl News|0 Comments

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