A little-known event called the Super Bowl is coming to town and along with it has come the unreal hotel costs that visitors to San Francisco are encountering.
All of those packages? Small potatoes. Fairmont San Francisco is offering a decadent Super Bowl experience that will be the envy of all your other Super Bowl-going friends.
The Nob Hill hotel is offering a four-night stay in the 6,000-square-foot, three-bedroom Penthouse Suite for up to six people, along with tickets to VIP parties and 22 tickets to the Super Bowl game itself — along with transportation for the group to Levi’s Stadium on game day.
The price tag: $1 million.
Of course, the package goes beyond just a hotel room and game tickets — along with it comes a personalized experience that is meant to make your stay truly … luxurious.
Michelle Gilman Jasen, the regional director of sales and marketing for the West Coast Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, said that beyond the typical Super Bowl offerings of a luxury suite at the game and deluxe accommodations, is a stay meant to be a “dream” weekend.
“We wanted to provide a framework with very specific tickets and offerings so that guests knew that those were in place, but then we really wanted to offer them the option to build out their dream Super Bowl weekend — that’s really what this is meant to be,” Jasen said in a phone interview with SFGATE. “If you are entertaining clients or you are someone who’s looking to make this a once-in-a-lifetime Super Bowl weekend, then we would build it out in a way that’s the most impactful for those guests.”
As of now, the room and its million-dollar amenities are still available, but Jasen said there have been a few serious inquiries into the package so far.
Is the price worth it? Worth is relative, depending on your expendable budget, but the hotel is certainly not skimping on anything.