Rose Bowl Suites

Rose Bowl Suites


The home for the Rose Bowl since January 1st, 1923, the Rose Bowl Stadium has been in use for nearly 100 years. While other tenants have come and gone over the years, college football’s oldest bowl game always hosts its annual game here.

Numerous renovations over the years have kept this historic landmark in top shape. However, the structure limits the amount of upgrades that can be done. That is where the suites come in. The Terry Donahue Pavilion, named for the former UCLA football coach, is a seven story building which holds the press box and broadcast booth as well as the luxury suites.

When viewing the game from a premium location is key, is your best bet for every stadium and arena around the country. Our exclusive relationships with suite owners at the Rose Bowl Stadium has earned us the opportunity to bring these amazing suites to our clients. Call us today at 610-828-7407 to learn more about our Rose Bowl Stadium suites.

If you already own a luxury suite at this incredible stadium, reach out to us at to learn more about our suite marketing program and how LuxuryVIPSuites can be a lucrative partner for you. Our clients are football crazy and can’t wait to see the next Rose Bowl game from your suite!


The first Rose Bowl game was played back in 1902. The Michigan Wolverines won in convincing fashion over the Stanford Cardinals by a score of 49-0. It wouldn’t be until 1916 that another Rose Bowl game was played, this time featuring a 14-0 Washington State victory over Brown. College football has seen a Rose Bowl game played every year since, making this the oldest bowl game.

Starting in 2015, the Rose Bowl was added as one of the bowl games to host a college football playoff semifinal game every three years. The format reverts back to the traditional Big Ten vs. Pac-12 conference champions on non-playoff years.

Always the highest attended college football bowl game, the Rose Bowl has a ton of cultural fanfare that goes along with it. Part of the Pasadena New Year’s celebration, the game is always preceded by the Rose Parade.

California in January is always great, but pairing it with an historic college football game adds to the grandeur. Witnessing the game from a Rose Bowl Stadium luxury suite really puts it over the top. Incredible sightlines in this old stadium allow you to see all of the action play out while you enjoy excellent catering in these new and renovated suites.

Recent Rose Bowl Champions:

  • 2011 Season – Oregon Ducks
  • 2012 Season – Stanford Cardinals
  • 2013 Season – Michigan State Spartans
  • 2014 Season – Oregon Ducks (College Football Playoff semifinal game)
  • 2015 Season – Stanford Cardinals
  • 2016 Season – USC Trojans
  • 2017 Season – Georgia Bulldogs (College Football Playoff semifinal game)
  • 2018 Season – Ohio State Buckeyes
  • 2019 Season – Oregon Ducks
  • 2020 Season –

The latest edition of the Rose Bowl was a matchup of #11 Wisconsin facing off against #7 Oregon. The Ducks were able to escape with the victory, with a final score of 28-27. Wisconsin was favored by three in this game, but Oregon was able to overcome a fourth quarter deficit to win college football’s oldest bowl game.

Which team will win the Rose Bowl in 2020? January 1st, 2021 will mark another chapter in this story and tons of college teams are clamoring for their chance to take part in this wonderful football tradition. For more information about the history of this college football bowl game, click here.

If you own a Rose Bowl suite, we can market your luxury suite for the dates you choose not to use or are unable to attend.

This is a great opportunity to offset much of your suite expense which you incur each year. You have thousands of dollars just sitting there – no Rose Bowl suite should go unused.

Benefit from extra revenue with LuxuryVIPSuites while helping out a corporate group that needs to entertain clients at a game or concert in your Rose Bowl suite.

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