June 16, 2010
Far from home and wondering where to watch World Cup matches with other soccer enthusiasts? The answer may be closer than you think; hotels around the world are rolling out the big screens for goal-oriented guests.
Here are some of the hotels showing matches—check to see if your hotel is on the list, or check into one that is. And if you know of more hotels screening games or offering soccer packages, by all means, tell us in the comments section!
Balmoral Hotel Edinburgh
The Gallery is screening games and offering a special soccer menu for guests (and a special "Escape" cocktail menu for non-fans).
Courthouse Doubletree by Hilton London
Head up to the new Soho Sky Terrace to watch the World Cup under the sun and over London’s Soho.
Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel
The hotel’s glam 25 Degrees restaurant is offering $1 beers and cocktail specials during all games.
Hotel Amigo Brussels
World Cup matches in the Amigo Bar are being paired with South African wine and beer.
Hotel Savoy Florence
Head to the hotel’s L’Incontro restaurant for match screenings in a private room.
Las Vegas Hilton
Book a World Soccer Central package to enjoy HD viewings of all games, plus food and drink specials.
Pan Pacific Singapore
Watch matches live in the hotel’s Media Room and Keyaki Bar with drinks and snacks.
Park Hyatt Hamburg
A Delegate Package & Soccer Experience is available for guests who want to watch Germany try to clinch a fourth World Cup title.
Park Hyatt Milan
The Park Bar is offering discounted menu options and games on a big screen.
Park Hyatt Zurich
In Zurich with friends? You can arrange a private screening with an LCD projector, professional sound system, buffet, and selection of South African wines.
Sheraton Amsterdam Airport
At this highly rated hotel’s Runway Café (decked out in orange for the World Cup), diners get a free shot of liquor when the Dutch team scores. Go Netherlands!
Westbury Hotel Dublin
A World Cup package gets your group a cocktail-making class and plasma-screen viewing of games.