Last week, we took a look at a range of Super Bowl hotel options, from a bedbug-ridden motel to the $1,300-per-night rates at the Hyatt Regency. Now, as game day draws near, the Fairmont has likely topped any hotel room ever in San Francisco's history, according to ABC News, by asking $1 million for its penthouse. The 6,000-square-foot suite has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a library, a billiards room, a dining room, a kitchen, a parlor, and a balcony.
No one has paid the $1 million price yet for the upcoming weekend, which is a big jump over the penthouse's normal $18,000-per-night charge. Perks for anyone who does make a last minute grab for the suite include 22 Super Bowl tickets in a gold suite, tickets to V.I.P. parties, four nights in the suite, and a $150,000 charity donation.
· S.F. Hotels are Charging Super Bowl Fans Up to $1,300/Night [Curbed SF]
· $1 Million Penthouse Available for Super Bowl at the Fairmont San Francisco [ABC News]
· The Fairmont Penthouse [The Fairmont]