San Francisco Hotel Offers $1 Million 'Fantasy' Super Bowl Package

PHOTO: The Fairmont San Francisco is offering a $1 Million luxury hotel package for the Super Bowl 50 game.
Fairmont San Francisco
The Fairmont San Francisco is offering a $1 Million luxury hotel package for the Super Bowl 50 game.

Would you pay $1 million to attend the Super Bowl? One San Francisco hotel is charging just that for an extravagant package ahead of the Super Bowl 50.

The Fairmont San Francisco is offering a "Million Dollar Fantasy Big Game 50 Package," for guests who wish to indulge themselves during this year's big game.

According to a press release, the lavish package includes a four-night stay for up to six people in the three-bedroom Penthouse Suite, as well as 22 tickets to the Super Bowl 50 game, access to a multitude of exclusive Super Bowl parties, such as the Official Big Game 50 Pre-Game Party and a number of other accommodations to make the guests' Super Bowl experience unforgettable.

"We’re excited to offer this robust football fantasy package. The package also includes a charitable component of $150,000, which will be donated in the buyer’s name to the 50 Fund,” said Thomas Klein, regional vice president and general manager of Fairmont San Francisco.

In addition to the luxury suite and tickets to the Super Bowl Game, the "Million Dollar Fantasy Big Game 50 Package" includes private transportation to and from Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, with a pop-up tailgate party inside the vehicle.

According to the press release, "a Fairmont chef and bartender will keep the party rolling and the Highway Patrol will smooth the way for a memorable ride to Big Game 50."

The package also guarantees a meet-and-greet with a "nationally celebrated football alum."

Fairmont San Francisco PR Liaison Samara Diapoulos told ABC News that while the "Million Dollar Fantasy Big Game 50 Package" has not yet been officially booked, it has peaked interest in some possible buyers.

"We have a few people tentatively considering the package, but do not have a formally confirmed booking yet so it is still available," Diapoulos said.

The Super Bowl 50 will air on Sunday, Feb. 7, at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS.