Super Bowl LVII Accommodations Are Still Available

Written By Derek Helling on February 6, 2023
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If you’ve splurged on some secondary market Super Bowl LVII tickets, you might feel like Jalen Hurts trying to get a snap off before the play clock expires. There’s no need to call a timeout on your plans for the weekend, though.

Plenty of accommodations are still available in the Glendale area for people planning to descend on State Farm Stadium Sunday. How luxurious your stay will be and how close to the game you will stay depends on your needs and your budget, though.

Super Bowl LVII lodging not gone yet

If you thought you might be sleeping in your car this weekend, that’s actually up to you. Several types of accommodations are still available to book. Not all of them are ridiculously priced, either.

AirBnB has a range of rentals available from entire houses to single rooms. Prices don’t necessarily reflect the amount of space only, though. For example, prices for a single room range from $100 per night to $2,000 per night. Owners of these rentals are also valuing proximity to State Farm Stadium, so getting close to the game will cost you a premium.

Traditional hotels have a similar range depending on amenities and State Farm Stadium proximity. A room at the Renaissance Phoenix Glendale Hotel & Spa, for instance, will run you upwards of $1,600 a night for Super Bowl weekend. That hotel is about a third of a mile from the stadium.

There are plenty of more affordable options if you’re willing to drive into the stadium, though. Other hotel rates start at $200 per night within a 10-mile radius.

If you’d like to get in some casino gaming or Super Bowl betting this weekend in addition to taking in the game, that’s an option as well.

Casinos are ready to accommodate Super Bowl fans

Many Arizona tribal casinos have on-site hotels, meaning you can stay where you play. While several of them are over an hour’s drive from Glendale, there are some options closer to the game as well.

Fort McDowell’s We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort announced on Monday that it still has rooms available for this weekend starting at $649 per night. The casino says it is a 45-minute drive from its front door to State Farm Stadium. Other casino properties within an hour’s drive that (as of Monday) had vacancies (for two adults) include:

  • Vee Quiva Hotel & Casino, starting at $1,000 per night for Feb. 10-12
  • Talking Stick Resort, starting at $1,099 for Feb. 12 only
  • Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino, starting at $1,000 per night for Feb. 10-12
  • Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino Resort, website advises interested parties to call (855) 516-1090 for availability and rates

Once you find accommodations for this weekend, you can start to consider what Super Bowl events you will take part in. For now, you still have plenty of options. Like an NFL play clock, though, that time could be running out.

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Derek Helling is the assistant managing editor of PlayUSA. Helling focuses on breaking news, including legislation and litigation in the gaming industry. He enjoys reading hundreds of pages of a gambling bill or lawsuit for his audience. Helling completed his journalism degree at the University of Iowa.

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