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You Can Still Find Hotel Rooms for the Super Bowl For Under $300

Where: fl, United States
January 18, 2010 at 12:52 PM | by | ()

The Whitelaw Hotel, Miami Beach

As you can imagine, most hotels in Miami and Fort Lauderdale are sold out for Super Bowl weekend—or have ridonkulous rates around $1,000 a night. But there are still rooms available for less. Hard to believe, we know, but look what happened yesterday: the Jets beat the Chargers! Anything can happen!

There are a few catches, of course, the first being that you’ll have to stay at least four nights to secure a room in most places. Generally, this means from Thursday, February 4 to Monday, February 8.

Here are two rates in Miami and one in Fort Lauderdale that were still available for those dates when we checked via Quikbook earlier today:

· Acqua Hotel: This boutique hotel in South Beach had rooms for $203 a night.
· Whitelaw Hotel Rooms are still available for $281 a night at this member of the South Beach Hotel Group.
· Hampton Inn & Suites, Fort Lauderdale Airport: Standard rooms and king suites are both $199 a night.

In other Super Bowl hotel news, we learned via the New York Times that the NFL booked Fort Lauderdale’s Harbor Beach Marriott Resort and Spa for the A.F.C. champion team, while the N.F.C. team will get to live it up at the Intercontinental in downtown Miami. That doesn’t seem fair now, does it?

Jets and Colts fans, however, take note: You can still book a room at the Harbor Beach Marriott, from $729 a night. Which is a small price to pay to sleep with greatness, no?

[Photo: Nutch Bicer/CC BY-ND 2.0]

Archived Comments:

Tempo Miami for $249/Night (NO minimum)

Tempo Miami recently opened and is offering Super Bowl rates starting at $249/Night.  Tempo is the newest luxury hotel in downtown Miami and is just a short drive from Sun Life Stadium.  Most importantly, there is no minimum length of stay!  Check out the offer at www.tempomiami.com.  As far as I know, rooms are still available!