Sugar Bowl Marriott 3 Night Land Package

LIVE HELP is available now.

Starting from

Low Deposit

  • Three Night accommodations at the Marriott New Orleans (Located on Canal St)
  • Check in Mon Jan 1st, Check out Thu. Jan 4th
  • Terrace Level Endzone game ticket to the Allstate Sugar Bowl *…

Marriott New Orleans
555 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

Experience a beautiful New Orleans French Quarter Hotel highlighting the unique spirit, rich culture, and distinct flavor of the Crescent City at the New Orleans Marriott. Located at the edge of the historic French Quarter, this New Orleans hotel is steps away from Bourbon Street, Convention Center, the riverfront, and world-class restaurants that feature a variety of celebrity chefs. With 1,290 newly renovated hotel rooms, including 54 suites, this French Quarter landmark hotel combines plush accommodations, deluxe amenities, and a dedicated professional staff. Enjoy stunning views of downtown New Orleans and Mississippi River from this French Quarter hotel, as well as award-winning catering and event hosting abilities. With 80,000 square feet of meeting space, this hotel is perfect for a variety of business conferences and social events ranging from expansive conventions to intimate social gatherings. Discover the bridge between business and pleasure at the Marriott New Orleans Hotel in the French Quarter.

Mercedes-Benz Superdome History

Address: 1500 Poydras Street
New Orleans, LA 70112

Although going by a different name now, The Mercedes-Benz Superdome (formerly the Louisiana Superdome) is a survivor. When it opened in ‘75 it was the largest domed stadium in the world. Known most for being the home of the New Orleans Saints, the Superdome saw mostly misery as the Saints plodded their way through the NFL in a steady losing effort. There were a few good years when the Saints made the playoffs but things never quite clicked for the Black and Gold. It was a fine place for a Super Bowl though as the New Orleans party atmosphere lent itself to celebration. Altogether the Dome has been the site of six Super Bowls, more than any other site. It is also the annual site of the Sugar Bowl where football fans were treated to the LSU Tigers BCS National Championship victory over the Oklahoma Sooners. In addition to football the Dome has seen several NCAA Final Four appearances, the last coming in ‘03.

Then came Hurricane Katrina and a devastated Mercedes-Benz Superdome looked to be on its last legs. Miraculously, the Mercedes-Benz Superdome underwent a massive restoration and came back with a vengeance. The New Orleans Saints started winning and in ‘06 the Crescent City watched the Saints capture a last minute victory over the Philadelphia Eagles to advance to their first NFC Championship. The revitalized Mercedes-Benz Superdome will not only be hosting the Sugar Bowl again, but in ‘12 the BCS National Championship game comes to New Orleans.

Mercedes-Benz Superdome Seating Chart

Mercedes-Benz Superdome Seating Chart