Best Hotel Packages For Baseball Fans

If you live near a Major League ballpark, you're used to the live action, smelling the players' sweat and feeling the rush of competition. But what happens when they go on the road? You join them--even if that means traveling to San Francisco, Boston, and Chicago all summer-long.
If you live near a Major League ballpark, you're used to the live action, smelling the players' sweat and feeling the rush of competition. But what happens when they go on the road? You join them--even if that means traveling to San Francisco, Boston, and Chicago all summer-long.

Lucky for you hotels across the country are showing some extra love for traveling baseball fans by offering packages geared toward their very wants and needs. Heading to watch the San Diego Padres? The Omni Hotel San Diego will deliver fresh apple pie to your room. San Francisco Giants calling your name? Stay at the Powell Hotel in a sumptuous Junior Suite reserved just for baseball-lovers. One thing these hotels don't stipulate is having to be a fan of the home team, so if you're a supporter of the visiting team, just enjoy the pie and maybe don't practice your team's cheers in the lobby.

Anyone heading to Boston to see a Red Sox game should book the Baseball Suite at the Commonwealth Hotel. It is fully decked out for the roving baseball fan with sophisticated (not kitschy) memorabilia, vintage baseball posters, and an impressive trading card collection. Did we mention the classic baseball movie collection and iconic stadium snacks like Cracker Jacks and glass Coca Cola bottles?

With amenities like these and baseball fever getting into full swing for the season, you may even be inspired to plan a baseball stadium tour this summer. Did someone say road trip?

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Book the Millenium's Homerun Package for a room for two, complimentary parking, and a baseball rally towel. It may not come with Cracker Jacks, but complimentary parking is pretty sweet when you consider how close the hotel is to the field and how expensive field parking actually is.

The package starts at $149.00 per night.

The Carlton Hotel’s Homerun Package includes one night in a standard room, two tickets in 400-level seating for the Yankees or 500-level seating at a Mets game, and two tickets on the Yankee Clipper.

The package also comes with a baseball-themed gift basket as well as the option to upgrade your seats and transport (from a public shuttle to a private limo).

The package starts at $289.99 per person.

Chicago’s Omni Hotel offers baseball-lovers luxurious rooms that come with peanuts, Cracker Jacks, a mini-team bat, a baseball with pre-printed team autographs, a bobble-head, team pennant, and a team logo-emblazoned sports bag.

While the package doesn’t include game tickets, the hotel’s concierge can help with that if needed.

The package starts at $269.00 per night.

Southern California is home to incredible weather and three baseball teams (San Diego Padres, LA Dodgers, and Anaheim Angels), which seems like a perfect combination.

Book the Omni’s All-American Baseball Package in San Diego for breakfast for two in the restaurant or en prive in your room, two tickets to a Padres game, complimentary overnight valet parking, and all-American apple pie delivered to your room.

The package starts at $269.00 per night.

Hotel Commonwealth’s luxurious Baseball Suite is the ultimate in baseball fandom. It is chock full of classic baseball memorabilia like vintage trading cards and rare photographs.

The hotel’s restaurant, Eastern Standard, is one of Boston’s best and provides 24-hour room service. When you do decide to leave your room, historic Fenway Park is a stone’s throw away.

The hotel is also offering a Fenway Family Fun package, starting at $269.00 per night, which includes a deluxe family room, four tickets to a behind-the-scenes tour of Fenway Park, Red Sox memorabilia, and board games for the family to play when the Red Sox are taking a break.

There are so many reasons to go to San Francisco and this package at the Powell Hotel is yet another. Book the SF Giants Baseball package for a Junior Suite to fit four baseball fans, four tickets in the Viewbox at AT&T Park, valet parking, and four Muni passes to get yourselves to and from the park.

Upon arrival at AT&T Park, don’t forget to sample some of their delicious fare like Gilroy Garlic Fries.

The package starts at $395.00.

Another option for New York-bound baseball fans is Affinia Hotels’ Eastgate Tower hotel near Grand Central Station. Book a Fan Fare Fix for a six-pack of Brooklyn Lager, popcorn and peanuts, and travel-sized sunscreen.

The package starts at $224.00 per night.

This hotel, conveniently located near Comerica Park, offers the Grand Slam Baseball Fan package, featuring a deluxe room, breakfast for two, and $20 in Tiger Fun Money to be redeemed at the stadium.

The package starts at $154.00 per night.

Downtown Los Angeles is “home court” to the Lakers, Clippers, and the Dodgers, making the neighborhood a sports fan’s fantasy. Book the Omni Hotel’s Take Me Out to the Ballgame Package, starting at $174.00 per night, for a baseball-themed welcome with Cracker Jacks, whole shell peanuts, a six-pack of beer, and baseball memorabilia. You’ll also get complimentary valet parking and a luxurious room, of course.

It's impossible to sleep any closer to a baseball field than at the Renaissance Hotel in Toronto. It is officially the only four-diamond hotel situated in a major league sports venue.

Not only are you steps from your seats, but the hotel offers a Blue Jays package, which includes one night’s accommodations, valet parking, two adult tickets to a Blue Jays game, and a buffet breakfast for two adults and two children in their Arriba restaurant.

The package starts at $299.00 Canadian Dollars (USD$307.00)

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