With the Super Bowl just a week away, Miami will certainly see an influx of events over the next 10 days. In fact, the NFL estimates that the city will see $400 million for football's biggest game, boosting business for local Miami hotels and restaurants. The city also expects to see more than 120,000 visitors for the game.
One hotel in particular that will play host to a number of events throughout "Superbowl Week" is the Bud Light Hotel in South Beach, which has taken over the Doubletree Surfcomber Hotel. This unique Miami venue started things off over the weekend by hosting a kick-off party, beach party and tailgate for sweepstakes winners. The excitement continues this week, starting February 2 with a UFC exhibition. This hotel will continue to be a hotspot for Miami events leading up to the Superbowl, including a party hosted by GQ magazine and performances by Usher and Jamie Foxx.
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