Staying at the Sheraton again so we can walk to the game and stumble back to get ready for the evening. Not as cheap as last year though. We will be cabbing to P & L more than likely. Hopefully ISU can hold their pep rally in the same spot. KSU may get that this year since it is their homegame.
We have 6 rooms at hotel phillips this year for $64/night. Decided to go this route instead of the Sheraton that we did last year so we could walk to the festivities and drive to the game since we have to haul all of our tailgating gear.
My friends are staying at the Marriott in Downtown. We got in at $129 a night, which is not bad in my book. Looking forward to a sea of Cardinal and Gold in the P&L District like last year.[/QUOTE]
I just booked 2 rooms there and I am going to fly up and meet 2 car loads of guys coming down so it looks like I need to get one more. Stayed there last year was a great place and the walk to P&L was easy... Guys dont drive to the P&L you will have to much fun there
I'm cheap with hotels... Priceline and Hotwire have never let me down. IMO, it's the only way to go. I typically end up in a 4 star hotel for a fraction of the price, in the relative area I want to be in. (Last time I ended up staying in the same hotel as the rest of the wedding guests, but my rate was literally half theirs and I had a better room. I actually felt bad so my wife and I didn't tell the others that we had Priceline'd it.)
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