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JW Marriott Indianapolis is Already Sold-Out for Super Bowl...The 2012 Super Bowl

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  Site Where: 10 S West Street [map], Indianapolis, IN, United States, 46204
December 1, 2010 at 3:44 PM | by | ()

After mega-openings in LA, Chicago and Miami, you'd think that JW Marriott might want to take it easy in 2011. Think again.

The next hotel to open will be the JW Marriott Indianapolis which will open in February--February 4 to be exact. Located in downtown Indy and connected to the city's convention center, the hotel will have 1,005 modern guest rooms over 34 stories.

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The Omni Severin and Royal Orleans' Super Bowl Bet Can Score You a Free Room

February 3, 2010 at 2:27 PM | by | ()

The Omni Royal Orleans

The general managers of the Omni Severin Hotel and the Omni Royal Orleans are waging a Super Bowl bet that will give guests at one of the hotels a nice prize: free rooms.

Each hotel is offering the Go Indy, Go Big Easy package, which gives you a complimentary room if you end up staying in the winning team's city on Super Bowl Sunday, February 7. The package costs $144 a night.

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HOWTO: Score a Hotel Deal on Priceline

February 28, 2008 at 12:23 PM | by | ()

Over at About.com's Budget Travel site there's an excellent rundown on how to score a hotel deal through Priceline. The writer wanted to stay in downtown Indianapolis for a sporting event but didn't want to pay the $140 a night he was seeing on the usual booking sites. So he checked the message boards, went to Priceline, and scored a deal for $60.47 after fees and taxes. He doesn't say which hotel he scored, but judging by what's on the BiddingForTravel board, it was the Omni Severin or the downtown Hyatt Indianapolis.

We have had our own frequent success with this method, scoring cut-rate deals on leftover rooms at Hotel President in Kansas City, Millennium St. Louis, and the Omni Shoreham in Washington, D.C. We also managed a bargain all-inclusive deal in the Bahamas by visiting the message boards before hitting Hotwire. As we showed last year, it's even possible to score an under-$200 room in Manhattan if you do it right.

If you're the type that doesn't mind paying list price for the satisfaction of knowing which hotel you're sleeping in for the night, then never mind. But if the general location and star level matter more than which chain's logo is on the building, you can save a bundle this way.