Super Bowl LIII is getting closer every day.
It is the third time that the champions of the NFL will be crowned in Atlanta. And, if you’re a football fan coming in from out of town, where are you going to stay?
One option is booking an Airbnb where you can find a short-term rental for the big game.
Here are some options already available from throughout metro Atlanta:
Near Mercedes-Benz Stadium
“Barzini Lodge! Anchored in the heart of it all.”
Seven guests, one bedroom (with four beds), one bathroom, $1,500 per night
This could be an option for larger parties. This rental is for the entire condo.
“Your crash spot!”
Two guests, one bedroom (two beds), one bathroom, $75 per night
You’re right near the Vine City MARTA station, one stop away from Mercedes-Benz Stadium. There are two air mattresses in a shared room; this listing is great if you need high convenience with no frills.
“Tepee Two at the Goat Homestead”
Two guests, one bedroom, one shared bathroom, $54 per night
You’ll be staying in a tepee here. No, really.
According to the description, the tent sleeps two and is equipped with A/C and heat year-round and is also waterproof. It is nestled in a space that you will share with goats, chickens, hammocks and a fire pit, if that’s your thing.
“Log Cabin Junior Suit”
Two guests, one bedroom, one bathroom, $34 per night
This cabin is in Snellville in Gwinnett County. It features a wraparound porch and is about a block from Norris Lake. It’s equipped with a TV, kitchen and fireplace.
Outside of Atlanta
“R1-Great Room, 8 min from Airport/20 min Downtown”
Two guests, one bedroom, one shared bathroom, $37 per night
This could be an option for fans who want to fly in, catch the game and then fly out.
“Peaceful historic setting”
Two guests, one bedroom, one bathroom, private room, $50 per night.
If you want to check another thing off your Atlanta to-do list, this home is right across the street from Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. Get in a pre-Super Bowl hike or learn some Civil War history.
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