In less than two weeks, celebrities like Madonna, Jimmy Fallon, Carrie Underwood and the cast of FX's "Son's of Anarchy" will be in Indianapolis for the Super Bowl and downtown hotels are rolling out the red carpet for their arrival.
The NFL blocked out rooms at various hotels and decided where each celebrity will stay. Hotel executives will not reveal the names of their guests, because of privacy concerns, but several opened their doors to Fox59 for a first look at the stunning suites they'll stay in.
Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. It will continue that tradition this year by welcoming a long list of stars.
Guests will enjoy elegant suites with appointed fixtures, Chippendale furniture and four poster beds. They'll also get plenty of privacy inside the hotel walls as the staff plans to close the lobby to the public.
"They get the privacy to where they can walk around the hotel and not feel that they're on display constantly," explained Starr Peterson, director of sales and marketing at the Canterbury Hotel.
At 14 West, the suites are grand, but the penthouse is spectacular, complete with a fireplace, a full kitchen and an outdoor heated patio. The staff has been working non-stop to get the suites ready for their well-known guests.
"We make sure that everything is as clean as possible," said Manager Jeffrey Chapman. "We try to replace our linens as often as possible, hold everything to the highest standards, things that we would want to see in our own homes."
The Conrad Hotel is another hot bed for celebrity guests. At the downtown staple, stars can escape from the football frenzy and enjoy a full service spa and salon inside the hotel.
"If they want to come in and just be pampered and relax if they have a big night out or if they want to recover from having too much fun during the Super Bowl weekend, we're welcome to have them here," said Sara Kirby, the director of the Evan Todd Spa & Salon at the Conrad.
Along with hundreds of celebrities, comes hundreds of demands. Hotels are shipping in or flying in fine wines, high-end liquors, organic food and fulfilling some interesting requests.
"We have one guest that has requested that they have carpeting or rugs put down into the bathroom floor. He would like to avoid touching the tile," said Peterson.
Fans who want to catch a glimpse at their favorite celebrities likely won't be allowed into hotel lobbies, but might see them walk in and out of the hotels.