HotelTravel.com Kicks off Unbelievable Miami Hotel Deals for NFL Super BowlGareth LewisBack to press release
PHUKET, 25 January – HotelTravel.com is offering all American Football fans dreaming of Super Bowl glory unbelievable rates at Miami hotels as the city prepares to host the event for a record 10th time on 7 February.
The National Football League (NFL) made American football history when it announced plans the Big Apple to Miami, a cradle of western beach hedonism and playground to some of the world’s most beautiful people.
HotelTravel.com Chief Marketing Officer, Tom Racette, said both the Indianapolis Colts and New Orleans Saints have earned the right to fight for the Super Bowl title this year.
“Both the Colts and the Saints have compelling reasons to be motivated to win the Super Bowl this year. The teams might be playing for the glory, but their fans come to party and enjoy Miami’s great nightlife and weather,” he said.
According to Mr Racette, Miami is known as one of the night club capitals of America.
“Clubbing in Miami is considered an 'extreme sport'. One of the first things everyone notices is that clubs stay open later than the rest of America until the wee hours of the morning. Of course there are many wonderful Latin-themed clubs playing fantastic Salsa music, since Miami is rooted in Latin culture. Many visitors and locals love to party in the steamy ambiance of these sensual Latin clubs. And for those who prefer dance or house music, Miami’s world-famous DJs make sure visitors will enjoy a night of dancing they will not soon forget,” he said.
HotelTravel.com's Top 10 night clubs to party hardy till the break of dawn include: Mynt Lounge Miami Beach Night Club, Nikki Beach South Beach Night Club, Mansion Miami Beach Night Club, LIV at the Fontainebleau, Florida Room at the Delano Hotel, Moka Miami Beach Night Club, SkyBar at the Shore Club, Grass Lounge Miami Night Club, B.E.D. Miami Night Club and the Space Miami Night Club.
“Miami is all about having the time of one’s life and experience something out of the ordinary, but the Super Bowl remains the main focus. With two great teams and the iconic British rock band, The Who, performing at half time, this Super Bowl promises to be highly entertaining,” he, added.
This year's Super Bowl will be played at Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Prior to this event, the stadium was known as ‘Land Shark Stadium’ until January 2010, when the name changed to reflect the name of Miami’s home football team.
Miami is also one of the few American cities that is surrounded by beautiful beaches. So visitors that aren’t attending the Super Bowl for the nightlight are hardly surprised that the other most highly-recommended things to do in Miami (other than staying out late and clubbing) are water-based sports and tourist activities. Kite surfing, surfing, parasailing, scuba diving, fishing, swimming with dolphins, and jet skiing are just a few of the many super activities available.
Mr Racette, said: “Both teams are highly motivated to win the Vince Lombardi trophy this year. American football fanatics who make the journey will also be delighted by the quality of hotels in Miami and value for money on offer from HotelTravel.com”.
For downtown hotels in Miami, log on to HotelTravel.com and check out the Courtyard Miami Downtown Hotel (US$ 157), Holiday Inn Port of Miami Hotel (from US$ 177), InterContinental Miami Hotel (from US$ 200), Hilton Miami Downtown Hotel (from US$ 214) or the Conrad Hotel Miami (from US$ 247). For suburban hotels offering rock bottom rates, have a look at Best Western Miami Airport West Inn & Suites Hotel (from US$ 118) or Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Miami Airport (from US$ 114). Visitors looking to be close to the city’s main entertainment enclaves consider Coral Gables hotels including Chateaubleau Hotel (from US$ 196) or the Miami Marriott Dadeland Hotel (from US$ 235).***
*** All hotel rates are as of 25 January 2010 priced in US$ and subject to change. -----ends-----