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College Bowls Weekend Hotels

We now have over 100's of Orange Bowl Hotel Rooms, Rose Bowl Hotel Rooms, Sugar Bowl Hotel Rooms and Fiesta Bowl Hotel Rooms. Contact us for immediate bookings! 917-224-1231


Ramada Plaza - Marco Polo Beach Resort

On the Ocean In Sunny Isles Beach 6 miles from the Stadium. Wi-Fi and free breakfast... Fedex ORANGE BOWL Package... (305) 932-2233 NO minimum stay $199.00 per night.

Orange Bowl

  • Holiday Inn MIAMI BEACH: 28 rooms, 2 beds, Walk-in closet, balcony & view, $189
  • Best Western Pelican Beach: 3 rooms, 2 beds, Cont. bkfst, Free high-speed net, $220
  • Wellesley Inn Miami Airport: 9 rooms, 2 beds, Free Continental Breakfast, $159
  • La Quinta Inn Miami Airport North: 9 rooms, 2 beds, Free Continental Breakfast, $184
  • La Quinta Inn & Suites Lauderdale: 9 rooms, 2 beds, Cont. bkfst, Free high-speed, $189
  • Sleep Inn Suites FLL airport: 9 suites, 2 beds+sofa, Cont. bkfst, Free high-speed, $217
  • Baymont Inns & Suites Lauderdale: 9 rooms, 2 beds, Free Hot Breakfast, $160
  • Red Carpet Fort Lauderdale: 9 rooms, 2 beds, $160
  • Hampton Inn Downtow Miami: 8 rooms, 2 beds, Free Breakfast Bar, $228
  • Sheraton Yankee Clipper Hotel: 4 rooms, on Fort Lauderdale BEACH, 2 beds, $269
  • Ocean Front Grand, MIAMI BEACH on Collins: 9 rooms, 2 beds, $188


The Westin Kierland Villas:

This is a Westin property, a more upscale villa than the Sheraton Desert Oasis. Each of the units will sleep 4 people (1 king bed and one queen sofa bed). One of the units is larger (868 sq ft) than the other (546 sq ft) but each have a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, washer, dryer, fireplace, balcony, etc. Units confirmed booked from 1/5/07 - 1/12/07 (6 nights). $3500 for one room and $3000 for the other room. There will be no other fees for other than what they spend.



Ramada Plaza - Marco Polo Beach Resort

On the Ocean In Sunny Isles Beach 6 miles from the Stadium. Wi-Fi and free breakfast...
BCS Package... (305) 932-2233
NO minimum stay $149.00 per night.

You can purchase each hotel room. The room is paid in full, including all applicable taxes, and reserved under the purchaser's name (this means when you check in, the 4 night stay is already paid for).


Your Source for Sold-Out Hotel Rooms to the Biggest Events!

Marriott Courtyard:
$545 / night (next to convention center)

Tampa: Outback Bowl

Sheraton Suites Tampa Airport - located 3 miles from stadium and 5 miles from Downtown. Sunday, 12/30 - Wednesday, 1/2/08 - (3 nights) - 1 non- smoking SUITE with 2 double beds PLUS 1 double sofa bed. Separate living room with sofa bed, microwave, refrigerator $500 night

Sheraton Riverwalk - located DOWNTOWN and walking distance from both team hotels. 7 miles from stadium. Sunday, 12/30 to Wednesday, 1/2/08 (3 nights) 1 King...non-smoking room $634 / night


Orlando: Capital One Bowl

Walt Disney World Swan Hotel - (Lake Buena Vista , FL) Located in the heart of the Wald Disney World resort. Friday, 12/28 to Wednesday, 1/2/08 - 5 nights package wrapped in with Disney; hotel is located in Epcot) - 1 room - 2 queen beds

(Just to note...the Champs Sports Bowl is being played in Orlando on 12/28)

Sheraton Orlando North Hotel (Maitland , FL 32751)
8 miles from stadium. Sunday, 12/31 to Wednesday, 1/2/08 (2 nights) - 2 queen beds - free internet; 32" flat panel lcd tv $540 /night


Dallas: Cotton Bowl

The Westin City Center, Dallas - Named Starwood's
North American "Hotel of the Year" for 2005. Located DOWNTOWN. 2 miles from stadium. Sunday, 12/30 to Tuesday, 1/1/08 (2 nights) - 1 room with 2 double beds $1,000 for both nights.

Some College Bowls Info

Prior to the 1998 football regular season, the FedEx Orange, Nokia Sugar, Rose and Tostitos Fiesta Bowls joined with the Atlantic Coast, Big East, Big 12, Big Ten, Pacific-10 and Southeastern Conferences and the University of Notre Dame to form the Bowl Championship Series (BCS). Last season, BCS No. 1 Miami defeated BCS No. 2 Nebraska, 37-14, in the Rose Bowl before a sellout crowd of 93,781. The Tostitos Fiesta and Sugar Bowls were also completely sold out last year. In the first BCS title game in 1998, No. 1 Tennessee defeated No. 2 Florida State, 23-16, in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Three years ago, No. 1 Florida State beat No. 2 Virginia Tech, 46-29, in the Nokia Sugar Bowl. Two years back, No. 1 Oklahoma defeated No. 2 Florida State, 13-2, in the FedEx Orange Bowl. The BCS was established to determine the national champion for college football while maintaining and enhancing the bowl system which has provided significant support to college football for nearly a century. The BCS has quickly become a showcase for the sport, matching the premier teams of any particular year in the culminating games of the season. The BCS, which runs through the 2005 regular season and 2006 bowl season, consists of the Rose Bowl, Nokia Sugar Bowl, FedEx Orange Bowl and the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Conferences with automatic berths include the Atlantic Coast, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 and the Southeastern Conferences. The BCS also notes the importance of regional consideration regarding team selection. Specifically, as participating members of the BCS, the four BCS Bowls will host the following conference champions in the years the national championship game is not played at their site. Regional consideration tie-ins include the ACC or Big East champion in the FedEx Orange Bowl, the SEC champion in the Nokia Sugar Bowl, the Big Ten and the Pac-10 champions in the Rose Bowl and the Big 12 champion in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. Should a BCS Bowl's regional tie-in champion be ranked number one or two in the final BCS standings, when such bowl is not hosting the national championship game, the number one or two-ranked team shall move to the national championship game and the Bowl shall select a replacement team from the BCS pool of eligible teams. The pool will consist of any Division I-A team that is ranked among the Top 12 in the final BCS standings and has achieved nine wins during the regular season excluding NCAA-exempted contests. Through a conference revenue sharing plan, the BCS group will distribute over $40 million to non-participating BCS institutions during its eight-year history. Those monies go to Division I-A and I-AA conferences in support of the game of college football. Additionally, the BCS distributes $200,000 per year to the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame for calculating and administering the BCS Standings. This coming season, BCS leagues will receive between $11.78 - 14.67 million depending on the conference affiliation of the at-large participants. Should the at-large participants come from outside the original BCS conferences -- ACC, Big East, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-10 or SEC -- those participants will receive $13.78 million. If one or both at-large selections come from within the original BCS group, the conference shall receive $13.54 million for the first participant and $4.5 million for the second participant from that same league. The remaining dollars (the difference between $13.54 million and $4.5 million) will be split among the BCS conferences.