While the Super Bowl XLVIII, to be played at the new MetLife Stadium, is less than a year away, preparations for the event are well underway.
Meadowlands Liberty Region officials say a deluge of tourists will flood the area for Super Bowl XLVIII and the number of visitors will far exceed the 82,500 plus ticket holders.
For two weeks, athletes and their families, coaches and staff, event management teams, sports professionals and enthusiasts, vendors, media crews, politicians, actors, actresses and thousands of regular Joe’s who simply want to enjoy the Super Bowl atmosphere will be in town celebrating the tradition of America’s greatest game.
Regional establishments are already planning for this exciting event. Hotels in the Meadowlands Liberty Region, which include the W Hoboken, Sheraton, Hyatt and Marriott names, anticipate 100 percent occupancy and will offer guests the most conveniences for the game at the best rates.
Located just minutes from the stadium, guests will be a quick shuttle ride to the game and have a short commute to all the Super Bowl activities in New Jersey and New York.
Additionally, the modern amenities will accommodate guests’ needs. Conference rooms and web access will allow business professionals to conduct business during their stay and the restaurants, fitness centers and concierge services will make everyone’s stay more enjoyable.
Super Bowl XLVIII and its related activities will only keep the tourists occupied for a fraction of their stay. Meadowlands Liberty attractions will be poised to entertain visitors for the remainder of their time.
Attractions include Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament, The Aviation Hall of Fame, New Jersey Naval Museum - USS Ling, Meadowlands Racetrack, Liberty Science Center, Meadowlands Environmental Center, Yogi Berra Museum, the IZOD Center and various movie theaters.
Over the course of two weeks, thousands of hungry football fans will savor the Meadowlands Liberty Region’s fine selection of restaurants and bars.
Hoboken’s Washington and River streets offer one restaurant / pub after another and feature an array of cuisines. Famous for its Italian roots, Hoboken is home to many Italian delis and restaurants, stunning views of the New York City skyline and the famous Cake Boss.
Jersey City and Weehawken feature several upscale dining facilities, such as the Chart House, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse and Liberty House Restaurant.
Surrounding the stadium, visitors will enjoy a spirited selection of sport-themed bars and restaurants like Redd’s Restaurant.
Super Bowl fans will have no trouble finding souvenirs to bring home. In addition to the vendors at the game, visitors can shop at the nearby Secaucus Outlets, Harmon Meadow, Newport Center Mall or the boutique shops in Hoboken.
The Meadowlands Liberty Region is excited for Super Bowl XLVIII and continues to plan for the arrival of more than 100,000 guests, many who may be enjoying the area’s attractions for the first time.
The countdown has already begun…


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