If you want to show up at spring training in Arizona driving a Porsche Panamera while puffing a hand-rolled cigar, Omni Resorts Montelucia Scottsdale has a package for you.
This month and next, Cactus League fans will find Phoenix-area hotel offers for luxe or budget-minded stays when baseball games get underway Feb. 26.
Aside from the Porsche and the cigar, Omni's Perfect Game package includes a stay in the Bocce Suite (yes, overlooking the bocce court) with views of Camelback Mountain. Guests receive a free pool cabana with food and drinks, two tickets to a spring-training game, and a $50 credit at the restaurant Centro. Price is $1,499 a night, with a two-night minimum. Call (480) 627-3113 to inquire; online booking isn't available for the high-end package.
Stay at the Royal Palms Resort & Spa in Phoenix and you can stretch two nights into three. Pay $599 each night (plus tax and a $30 nightly resort fee) for two nights and the third night is free, bringing the room rate down to $399 a night. Guests also receive a $50 resort credit.
For those who want to take it down a notch, Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort in Phoenix offers rooms starting at $199 a night (plus $18 daily resort fee and tax). Couples and families might enjoy hanging out at the 40-foot waterfall and swimming pools at this resort rather than spending all their time at the baseball stadium.
Rooms in downtown Phoenix start at $149 a night at the Sheraton and $159 a night at the Westin. Both are Starwood properties and offer free Internet and free parking with your stay (though tax isn't included in these rates).
And those who just want to see the L.A. Dodgers play at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz., can expect to pay from $8 (lawn seating) to $500 (suite). The team takes on the Arizona Diamondbacks in its first game Feb. 27.
[For the Record, Feb. 19, 12:52 p.m.: An earlier version of this post misspelled the name of the Porsche model.]Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times