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Is Warren Sapp Vying for Dennis Rodman's Spot as Worst Hotel Guest Ever?

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  Site Where: 1901 Collins Ave [map], Miami Beach, FL, United States, 33139
February 8, 2010 at 9:08 AM | by | ()

While celebs were seen all over town at South Beach's hottest hotels (even its troubled ones, it wasn't a party for everyone at the Super Bowl this weekend.

Former NFL player and "Dancing with the Stars" contestant Warren Sapp was arrested this weekend for allegedly choking a woman in his hotel room at The Shore Club. In other words, he pulled a Dennis Rodman.

According to the NYPost:

Sapp entered hours later, pulled her out of bed and tried to get her out of the room, according to the complaint. The complaint says he yelled at the woman about men she had been hanging out with and men listed in her cell phone.

The woman told police Sapp choked her, threw her down on a couch, then picked her up by her shirt and neck and threw her down again - injuring her leg.

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The Catalina Hotel Sides with Coors Light for the Super Bowl

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  Site Where: 1732 Collins Avenue [map], Miami Beach, FL, United States, 33139
February 5, 2010 at 9:06 AM | by | ()

The game itself may take place up in Davie, but South Beach is becoming quite the Super Bowl battleground. Hours after learning that The Surfcomber Hotel was re-naming itself The Bud Light Hotel, we discovered that The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club was fighting back on behalf of Coors Light.

As the official beer sponsor of the Super Bowl, Coors couldn’t let Bud Light get away with all the attention on this block of Collins Avenue, so they started wrapping the exterior of The Catalina with Coors signs. This was how it looked when work began yesterday, and more signs were going up last night.

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Doubletree Surfcomber is Now Known as The Bud Light Hotel South Beach

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  Site Where: 1717 Collins Ave. [map], Miami Beach, FL, United States, 33139
February 4, 2010 at 1:43 PM | by | ()

Need proof that Miami hotels really love the Super Bowl Consider this: The Doubletree Surfcomber Hotel in Miami Beach is now going by the name, The Bud Light Hotel South Beach and it's even got its own website! As predicted, every inch of the hotel will be decked out with Bud Light gear. And of course, there will be buckets of Bud Light by your bedside.

Every last detail has been thoughtfully carried out by Doubletree Surfcomber Hotel team along with Bud Light executives to create this one-of-a-kind hotel experience for the ultimate Bud Light fan. Everything from the hotel marquee and the welcome mat at the front entrance to the towels and mints in the property’s 186 guestrooms has been retrofitted with the Bud Light Hotel logo, according to hotel general manager George Isaac.

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The Catalina Hotel Promises 'Most Affordable' Way to Party for the Super Bowl

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  Site Where: 1732 Collins Avenue [map], Miami Beach, FL, United States, 33139
February 4, 2010 at 9:01 AM | by | ()

If you're looking for a party in South Beach, The Catalina Hotel & Beach Club always has you covered. So it's no surprise that the hotel is going hog-wild for the Super Bowl. They're billing their celebrations as "The Most Affordable Three-Day Super Bowl Event on South Beach," and it all kicks off today.

Here's the schedule ...

Tonight Live rock from Streetkind and an appearance by club girls, the GoldRush Babes. 8–11 p.m.

Friday More Streetkind, more GoldRush Babes (this time signing their calendars), and from 10–midnight, a cocktail party hosted by the Lingerie Football League.

Saturday Streetkind and the GoldRush Babes again, from 8–11 p.m.

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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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The Who What and Where of W Fort Lauderdale's Super Bowl Parties

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  Site Where: 401 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard [map], Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States, 33304
February 3, 2010 at 11:22 AM | by | ()

From Housewives to quarterbacks—the W Fort Lauderdale is sold out for Super Bowl weekend, but the parties have already begun. Here's a rundown of what's happening at the hotel between now and Sunday.

Tonight Guests get their game on at the Xbox Party at Whiskey Blue, from 8 p.m.–2 a.m. To reserve your spot, call 954.414.8300, or email whiskeyblueftl@gerberbars.com.

Thursday Chicks, get your flatirons and four-inch heels out—it’s Ladies Night at Whiskey Blue! Ladies score a complimentary glass of champagne and 50% off Three Olives cocktails. Guys get to stand around and gawk. From 8 p.m.

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Indianapolis Hotels Are Hoping to Cash in on Super Bowl Weekend

February 2, 2010 at 1:13 PM | by | ()

Priced out of Miami for the Super Bowl but still want to be surrounded by hardcore fans and feisty celebrations? You may not think of Indy as a party town, but by gosh, they’re going to give it a red hot go this Sunday. Here are two Indianapolis hotels getting into Colts fever.

The Indianapolis Omni Severin is channeling your wacky aunt who’s into numerology, and running wild with the number 44. (This is Super Bowl XLIV, you see.) The hotel has set aside 44 rooms for $144 for the Super Bowl. But even better than that rate (not too different from the regular rates) is this: if the Colts win the Super Bowl, fans using this promotion on the Sunday night of the game will get their room free of charge.

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Drew Brees Dons Hotel Bellhop Uniform at the Intercontinental Miami

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  Site Where: 100 Chopin Plaza [map], Miami, FL, United States, 33131
February 2, 2010 at 8:50 AM | by | ()

While the Indianapolis Colts are kicking it in Fort Lauderdale, it looks like the New Orleans Saints have decided to shack up at the Intercontinental Hotel overlooking Biscayne Bay.

The team arrived at the hotel yesterday morning and received quite a surprise. Quarterback Drew Brees and other teammates that had been in town for the NFL Pro Bowl decided to greet the Saints busload of players in bellhop uniforms. Although, they didn't go the full mile and don a bellhop cap. C'mon guys. Even Rihanna did that.

The Saints will be at the hotel through Sunday. Saints fans can try to stalk their faves at the hotel bar but alas, rooms are completely sold-out.

[Photo: WLTV]

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Despite The Poster, Peyton Manning is Staying Elsewhere for Super Bowl

January 29, 2010 at 10:19 AM | by | ()

We're in Florida this week and we made a trip to Fort Lauderdale yesterday to check on all the action that's happening there for this weekend's NFL Pro Bowl as well as next weekend's Super Bowl.

The Westin Beach Resort right across from the beach, has recently unveiled giant posters of the Super Bowl quarterbacks, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees which is fitting since the hotel is the media and NFL headquarters for the big game. To be clear: the posters are actually on the hotel's convention center building.

But despite this, Manning and the rest of the Colts will be shacking up at the Marriott Harbor Beach Hotel instead. This is where they stayed back in 2007 when they also won the Super Bowl. So it may be their good luck charm. No word on where the Saints are staying yet.

More snaps of the QB posters below.

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Even More Hotels Open Up for Super Bowl (And Yes, They Are Still Expensive)

January 27, 2010 at 11:41 AM | by | ()

Alright people. The Saints vs. The Colts are playing next Sunday in Super Bowl XLIV (that's 44 if you don't speak roman numerals.) You know this much. But do you know where you will be staying? Folks have been leaving Super Bowl hotel options in an open forum sort on our post here. Yet the hotel packages are now coming fast and furious from Miami hotels. We're rounding up the ones we've received since Monday along with a refreshing, really affordable option. Get clicking to see the Super Bowl insanity that is sweeping up Miami hotels.

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Where Saints and Colts Fans Can Find Last-Minute Super Bowl Hotel Rooms

January 24, 2010 at 11:51 PM | by | ()

Now that the N.F.C. and A.F.C. Champions have been decided (congrats to The Saints and The Colts), you really want to go to the Super Bowl, right? But with just two weeks until the big game, are there any hotel rooms left in Miami? Why, yes! Here are three Super Bowl packages for the last-minute football fan heading south.

The private-sale travel site announced a super package just days before Championship Weekend, and the sale opened at noon EST on Sunday. There are four different levels available, depending on the game tickets you want. All four include three nights at the The Standard but only the most expensive package includes two tickets to the Playboy Super Bowl party at the Sagamore.

These packages are expensive starting at $2,167 for the Mezzanine Level package which includes two mezz level tickets to the Big Game for a total of $6,501. The Club Level & Parties is $19,500. Yup, partying with Playmates is not cheap.

The sale ends on Tuesday at 8 p.m. EST. You need to be a Jetsetter member to purchase, but you can sign up here.

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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.

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