Seahawks 12th Man Book Through NY Big Game Hotelís Premium Hotel Room Booking Service for Super Bowl XLVIII in Manhattan
Seattle, WA, January 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- It’s a mad dash to the finish with only 10 days before the NFL’s biggest sporting event of the year takes place in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Thousands of fans across the nation are gearing up to travel clear across the country to see the Seahawks beat the Bronco’s on Sunday February 2nd, and show New Yorkers what being a 12th man is all about.
Super Bowl XLVIII is less than two weeks away, and with 8,000 people searching for Manhattan hotels located close to public transportation, post and pre game Super Bowl events spaces are quickly filling up. The W New York on Lexington, Union Square or Times Square is at the center of all the action, and close to ground transportation. Opt for luxury at The St. Regis New York before hotel room prices skyrocket this coming week, and take a Bentley around the city for Super Bowl weekend. With luxury suites and inside information available a great source to book your hotel through is NY Big Game where great rates and even better weekend package deals are waiting.
This year’s Super Bowl will be different as there are a limited number of hotels in New York in comparison to last year’s game in Indianapolis. Stay in the heart of Manhattan with easy transport to and from Met Life Stadium come Sunday afternoon and beat the crowds of 400,000 or more people expected to flood the tiny island of Manhattan on Super Bowl weekend.
Stay in Manhattan’s best hotels, like the St. Regis New York, who provides its guests with a Bentley service during their stay and complimentary butler service upon arrival. Choose The W New York on Lexington or the Westin Grand Central, both located close to ground transportation for easy access to the Met Life Stadium from Grand Central Station. Jump on the Fan Bus Express and join the party on Super Bowl Sunday. Book now through NY Big Game Hotel, and get better rates, service and inside information and watch the Seahawks win the Super Bowl once more.