One Great Season
For those traveling to see your favorite team play in a bowl game, please take a look at all the great information the OGS travel editors have compiled for you below. Even if you've already booked a hotel, take a gander anyway because this was about 20 hours of research and your patronage would be much appreciated.
And if you haven't booked a hotel, make sure to ask about bowl-game discounts when you make your reservations. Special-event rates often apply if you just ask.Tweet
Now if you're wondering what resources/criteria we used: Google, Yelp.com, UrbanSpoon.com, 10best.com, Citysbest.com, dartboard, personal experience, 10 percent guesswork and advice from friends. Also, bowl and local tourism websites offered a few recommendations for out-of-towners. And we tried to recommend hotels that were mostly in downtown areas and offered rooms for fewer than $200 a night. If you're on a tighter budget than that, like I am, there's always hotels.com. But if you're on a tight budget, why are you traveling to see your 6-6 football team for the holidays?