A London Super Bowl

Super Duper Bowl Week is in full swing, and everyone is looking to top everyone else in providing fans with the ultimate viewing experience.

The London NYC is no exception. For $15,000-plus, you can reserve Gordon Ramsay’s exclusive private event space, located on the hotel’s second floor mezzanine.  Accommodating up to 25 guests, the space will be transformed into a sports haven complete with comfortable lounge-style furniture, a 60-inch plasma TV and a state-of-the-art sound system.  Game day food prepared by Ramsay’s culinary team is set to whet appetites while an open bar will ensure a spirited celebration.  Guests seeking a pause in the football action may enjoy a round of foosball.

Those wanting more intimate yet equally exclusive festivities may reserve the spacious and spectacular London Penthouse.  Accommodating up to 15 guests, The London Penthouse is an expansive, 2,500-square-foot duplex offering a space in which to watch the Super Bowl while admiring sweeping views of Central Park, the Hudson River and the remarkable Manhattan skyline.  At the center of the living space is a 60-inch plasma TV complemented by a state-of-the-art sound system, and a full-service, private prep kitchen, allowing Ramsay’s team to prepare football-inspired cuisine. The London Penthouse features two bedrooms, each with a king bed and oversized dressing area, two full baths and one guest bath. The Ultimate Super Bowl Party in The London Penthouse starts at $15,000.

Additional venues include The London Atrium Suite and The London Residence Suite, both featuring ample space in which to watch Super Bowl XLVIII on an oversized plasma TV while enjoying football-inspired cuisine from the Ramsay team.  For more information and to inquire about rates and availability, please visit http://www.thelondonnyc.com/superbowlexperience, call Sanda Josipovic at (212) 468-8709 or email her at sjosipovic@thelondon.com.

And for more on the gridiron, check out WAG’s January “Super” issue.—Georgette Gouveia

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