Miami Hotel Room Rates Will Be The Highest In History During Super Bowl Weekend, Shattering San Francisco Record

Hotel prices in Miami during February are normally sky high, but the addition of a Super Bowl this year means rates will be at record-breaking levels.

The Super Bowl is scheduled for February 2.

The average daily rate in the Miami area is expected to reach $540, according to research firm STR, Bloomberg reported.

No other city has broken the $400 room rate during a Super Bowl weekend, except for San Francisco in 2016 when the average room rate was $403. Miami is expected to shatter that record.

 

Here is a look at room rates now being advertised for Super Bowl weekend:

  • Faena – sold out
  • Fontainebleau – rates starting at $2,509 per night, with a six-night minimum stay required
  • Acqualina Sunny Isles – sold out
  • Mandarin Oriental – sold out
  • Loews Miami Beach – $6,999 per night
  • Intercontinental Miami – sold out
  • Seminole Hard Rock – sold out

 

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Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami is Winning!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Like that one guy said, please get some new material….

Anonymous
1 year ago

bwwwaaaaahahahahahaaaaa !!!! Yeah.. just say something with substance !!

Anonymous
1 year ago

Let’s just pray it doesn’t rain like last time.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Who cares? What’s booked is booked…

Anonymous
1 year ago

Future hosting

Anonymous
1 year ago

Strange they’re booking these crazy rates when the home town team is going to be in the superbowl. Who will be flying in or need lodging?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Everyone else

Anonymous
1 year ago

I’ve got my money on a Dolphins v Buccaneers Superbowl.

Anonymous
1 year ago

What are you saying? Try constructing a sentence that makes sense.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Must be a Jets fan…

Anonymous
1 year ago

and all hotels will take this advantage to raise the rent after the bowl is flushed

Anonymous
1 year ago

So, what contributing factor can explain for hotel rent going up otherwise?

Go Miami go!
1 year ago

Wonderful.
The Super Bowl will bring in a ton of money into South Florida and Miami.
Go Miami go!

I<3Miami
1 year ago

Appreciate the spirit bro!! GO MIAMI GO!!!

I<3Miami
1 year ago

The nice thing about it is that the next year, it’s in Tampa, so South FLA gonna get tons of money these next two years!!

I<3Miami
1 year ago

Not to forget, the following FIFA games will have a venue in Miami, so this next decade = BIG $$$ for FLA

Anonymous
1 year ago

Miami FTW.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Airbnb will be cheaper.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Meanwhile, the revenue local governments gets will go right down the toilet.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Pocket money. It definitely won’t go towards fixing the fountain, cleaning up the place, building transit, or ocean rise mitigation.

Anonymous
1 year ago

The SB will definitely be in demand if the dang Patriots aren’t playing for the AFC side. People are tired of that team in the SB.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Why hotel is the picture?

Anonymous
1 year ago

Oh boy, you really need to get a clue.

Anonymous
1 year ago

Pretty sure he meant “what”

Anonymous
1 year ago

Faena