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The countdown to Super Bowl 50, Rose Hotel style, has begun

January 20, 2016
Levi Stadium, Santa Clara, California
Levi Stadium, host site of Super Bowl 50

If you’re like 99.99 percent of all Americans, you don’t have a ticket to the Super Bowl on Feb. 7. We feel your pain because we don’t either. That’s a shame because this year is none other than Super Bowl 50.

But, as we indicated in a blog post during the first half of November, there is much more to the Super Bowl than the game itself. And, as fate would have it, this year’s 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl is at Levi Stadium right here the San Francisco Bay Area. It’s an exciting thing to have the Super Bowl right here in The Rose Hotel’s backyard.

Book your rooms now by clicking here and entering your arrival and departure dates to check availability. Or call a Front Desk Associate at 925-846-8802 to book your room directly.

The game itself is shaping up to be a classic showdown between two of four teams: the Denver Broncos or New England Patriots from the AFC, versus the Carolina Panthers or Arizona Cardinals from the NFC.

Then again, as mentioned earlier, you don’t need tickets to the game to make your visit to The Rose Hotel worth your while. The extravaganza surrounding Super Bowl 50 include an entire lineup of events and activities. Though Super Bowl Sunday is Feb. 7, the pre-party in San Francisco will kick off Jan. 30 with the opening of Super Bowl City and the lighting of a display of 25,000 LED lights on the western span of the Bay Bridge.

Super Bowl City is the Host Committee’s free-to-the-public fan village designed to celebrate the milestone Super Bowl 50 and to highlight its unique place in the Bay Area. The fan village will be open to the public Jan. 30 through Feb. 7.

Together with the NFL Experience, pro football’s interactive theme park experience, staged at Moscone Center in San Francisco, Super Bowl City will be the hub of fan energy and excitement leading up to game day.

NFL Experience is being designed to showcase the best the Bay Area has to offer, with interactive games and activities that highlight the region’s technological prowess, culinary excellence and cultural diversity, as well as celebrate Super Bowl 50 and the Bay Area’s place in professional football history.

NFL Experience tickets — $35 for adults and $20 for children 12 and younger — are available at SuperBowl.com and through Ticketmaster. A variety of discounts are available, including for families, military personnel, groups, and senior citizens.

Super Bowl Opening Night is Monday, Feb. 1 at SAP Center in San Jose, Calif., and will include Media Day, when players and coaches address the media. The event begins at 5 p.m. Pacific time with interviews from 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. and 7 to 8 p.m. Pacific time. Fans will sit in the stands at SAP Center in San Jose and watch thousands of media interview members of the Super Bowl teams. Tickets can be ordered by clicking here.

If you want to take a shot at buying some tickets for the Feb. 7 Super Bowl game, that can be done by clicking here. After enjoying the NFL experience in other area attractions, one can enjoy the game in the beautiful new Levi Stadium, which features all kinds of technology amenities. If you don’t get ticket to the game you can certain enjoy the game in peace in the luxury of your Rose Hotel room on high definition televisions included in every room.

There is nothing like the Super Bowl — and the many festivities that surround the weeklong event leading up to the game. We hope to see you at The Rose Hotel for Super Bowl 50. Don’t hesitate to call us 925-846-8802 with your questions.

In the meantime, we invite you to check out the Super Bowl 50 video on our website by clicking here, scrolling to the bottom of the page and clicking on The Big Game Comes to the Bay Area (We Do Things) video box.

Written by Mike Consol

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