Hotels Preparing For Super Weekend
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Local bars, restaurants and even hotels are gearing up for Super Bowl weekend.
“We couldn’t be more excited about the Steelers being in the Super Bowl and we understand how expensive it is to go to Dallas, so what we’re doing is a $99 rate on Feb. 4, 5, and 6,” Angela Coreullo, of the Wyndham Grand Hotel, said.
And when you take advantage of that rate, you will get access to the Super Bowl parties that will be going on at the hotel.
During those parties, guests will be able to watch old Super Bowl tapes throughout the weekend and watch them on big screen TV’s set up in the hotel.
Over at the Sheraton Station Square, more than 100 to 150 rooms have already been booked.
Tom Hardy, general manager at the hotel, says this makes what is normally a soft time in the business phenomenal, coming after the Winter Classic and two play-off game weekends.
But a lot of local fans say they don’t know if they’ll be watching the game at home with family and friends or going out to celebrate.
And fans have plenty of options, as local bars and restaurants say they’ll be announcing later in the week specifics on their Super Bowl party offerings.