AAA Alabama offering Rose Bowl travel packages – The Atmore Advance


AAA Alabama offering Rose Bowl travel packages

Published 11:18 am Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Special to the Advance

With the University of Alabama playing in the Rose Bowl as part of the NCAA National Championship playoffs, AAA Alabama is once again offering travel packages to help fans get to the game with confidence.  Packages are available to anyone, members and non-members alike, with no travel agent fees or commissions charged to anyone.  Fans can book by calling any AAA office across Alabama, or by clicking the following link:

Packages include a choice of a 3-night or 4-night stay, where the specific days can be adjusted to fit your travel preferences.  The featured hotel is the Biltmore Hotel, which is a high-end, historic property preferred by celebrities, politicians, and dignitaries for 90 years.  It is situated in the heart of Los Angeles’s vibrant cultural district, close to numerous major attractions.  Also included in all packages are round-trip transfers to the game and the pep rally. There are also plenty of other options that can be added to the package upon request.  

– 4 Nights Hotel Accommodations
– Welcome Refreshments Upon Arrival at Hotel
– Round-trip Pep Rally Transfers
– Round-trip Game Day Transfers
– Optional Rose Bowl Game Ticket
– Optional Rose Bowl Parade Ticket
(Reserved Grandstand Seating)
– Optional Float Decorating Tour
– Souvenir Tour Luggage Tags
– Optional On-Site Tours
– On-site Tour Staff
– All Taxes and Gratuities Included

 “Many people aren’t sure where to stay in Los Angeles, as that area is so big and diverse,” said Clay Ingram, AAA Alabama spokesperson. “These packages take the stress and uncertainty out of the process, so fans can relax and enjoy the trip.  Our travel advisors can easily walk you through the process at no additional charge.”

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