The Oxford Hotel, Denver: Well, this would have been way cool if the Broncos' defense would have showed up in their playoff game, but The Oxford is still pretty damn legit. It's the only hotel in Denver that still has a wood-burning fireplace in the lobby (which you will smell the minute you walk in), and it's mega-haunted (ask about room 320!). The Presidential Suite is up for grabs on Super Bowl Sunday, complete with Colorado craft brews, a bathtub full of ice, and two 42-inch televisions. We've seen the room, and the lounge area is big enough to comfortably host about eight people. The package is priced at $800 for the night's stay, overnight parking for three vehicles, the beer, sandwich platter and munchies.
The Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park: The Ritz's room parties go for $775 and include an overnight stay in a Liberty suite (shown in photo), tailgating treats for four guests (buffalo wings, hero sandwiches, pretzels, nachos with fixings, beer buckets, and desserts) and Super Bowl decorations. The views of Ellis Island should have you nice and relaxed come game time. For reservations, call (917) 790-2401 by Friday, February 1.
JW Marriott, Chicago: You sort of get to party in your room for this one. The Hospitality Suite usually goes for over $600, but for Sunday you can book it for $450. The only catch is you don't get to spend the night in the suite -- the $450 gets you access for the game, but another room serves as your accommodations for the night. The staff will set up poker tables free of charge if you'd like, and a bucket of beer, a dozen wings, and a pizza are included in the rate. The offer must be booked through Director of Sales & Marketing, Steve Conklin, at email@example.com, and the crowd is limited to 20 people.
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