The greatest spectacle in American sport returns to South Florida as Miami finishes preparations for Super Bowl XLI February 4, 2007, when the best teams of the National Football Conference (NFC) and the American Football Conference (AFC) will compete for the National Football League (NFL) . It is expected that more than 125 thousand people go down to Miami for Super Bowl XLI, and – as well as tickets for the Super Bowl today, a rare commodity – a hotel room in Miami fill up quickly, and many of the best online providers of hotels is not enough inventory.
Approximately 90,000 hotel rooms are available throughout South Florida – from Miami to West Palm Beach. However, the NFL has reserved about one in five hotel rooms in South Florida to accommodate employees and sponsors, as well as media for Super Bowl XLI. In addition, many hotels Miami imposed the minimum stay for 3-4 days during the week XLI Super Bowl (and at least one luxury hotel in Miami imposed for at least seven days!). Some hotels also have doubled – and in some cases, triple – their regular room rates for the guests during the week XLI Super Bowl.
Accommodation is definitely a & # 39 is a key issue, if you learn the right hotel to book their stay in Miami for Super Bowl XLI. Himself Super Bowl will be held at the stadium, "Dolphins" (Miami Dolphins homeland) in Miami Garden, which is located 16 miles northwest of downtown Miami. Thus, harbor score, coco nut, Miami Beach (including the bustling South Beach), Miami city center and other Miami area provide easy access to Super Bowl XLI, while offering plenty of opportunities for relaxation during your stay.
Super Bowl XLI will be the ninth Super Bowl, held in Miami in 1968, and the fourth to be held at the 75,000-stadium dolphin stadium. Every year, the television program Super Bowl XLI will be carried out by CBS television each year. Last year a TV show watched by over 141 million viewers. Previous game begins at the stadium "Dolphin" at 17:40 ET. Prince was going to perform during the semi-finals of "Pepsi Super Bowl". Super Bowl returns to South Florida in 2010.