Over at the Marriott, another four-star hotel, rooms feature 37" flat screen TVs with a "Plug and Play" connectivity port, internet for a fee, Marriott-branded bedding and Bath & Body Works toiletries.
Downstairs, Marriott has the Champions sports bar and restaurant, the Circle Bar & Grill and a Starbucks. Meanwhile, the University Hotel has a slightly more upscale Chancellor restaurant as well as the Artisans boutique and coffee shop.
While we think the University Hotel edges the Marriott out in terms of uniqueness, players and coaches will probably be happy to know that both hotels offer fitness centers. The Marriott actually also has an indoor pool, while the University guests get discounted passes to the IU Natatorium.
And just in case one team wants to celebrate or commiserate with cigars, that's not gonna happen as both hotels are completely 100 percent non-smoking.
Oh and we don't think we need to tell you this but we will anyways--yes, both hotels are sold-out for Super Bowl.
For more on what it's like inside the team hotels during the Super Bowl, read our story from last year's Super Bowl HERE.