This is the most luxurious way to watch the Super Bowl (and it only costs $1M)

Sports fans are eagerly gearing up to watch the Super Bowl game this weekend, but a lucky few will get to experience it in the ultimate style. The San Francisco Fairmont hotel has put together a super-luxe million dollar Super Bowl package to put your Fresh Direct order of wings and Bud to shame.

The offering includes a four-night-stay in the 6,000 square foot penthouse residence that comes complete with a billiards room and library (in case you want to catch up on your reading instead of partying and watching the game.) The Art Deco-designed penthouse typically costs $18,000-per-night and has previously housed the likes of JFK and Mick Jagger.

Other highlights include a gold suite for 22 people at the game and six tickets to VIP pre-game parties so you can hobnob with celeb sports fans. A luxury coach will transport you to the game, and don’t worry — it is fully equipped with a bartender and personal chef. Best tailgate party?

And so you don’t feel bad about blowing such a big wad of cash on frivolity, the Fairmont makes sure $150,000 go to the “50 Fund” — a charity to fight poverty in San Francisco.

The Fairmont’s Erin Loughlin explains to Forbes they are really banking on someone forking over a cool million. “We are really convinced someone is going to take us up on it and buy the suite.”