Inside “the meanest hotel room,” UFC President Dana White stayed at a mini-golf course, movie theater, bar and basketball court
UFC President Dana White has been to some pretty impressive places, but the Post Oak in Houston, TX seems to be ahead of the pack.
White often did lyrical lyrics to some of the hotel rooms he had on Fight Island in Abu Dhabi, but he called the Ambassador Suite he slept in on the weekend as “the worst room in the world. all time hotel “.
What stood out, however? Well, it wasn’t just the bedroom he had, it was the whole floor as he settled down for UFC 265.
As the hotel’s website – where you can’t find the nightly rate – confirms about its Presidential Suite: 5,000 square feet is one of the largest of its kind in Houston.
“This two-bedroom suite offers more privacy and discretion with private elevator access, media room, exercise room, secluded terrace and more.”
White, meanwhile, shared a top of his floor with his millions of social media followers.
The suite is equipped with its own private gym that can accommodate a dozen people. He has his own Houston Rockets branded basketball court; White says he did his cardio workouts there.
There is also a playground for mini golf. But it’s not just about putting, it’s sophisticated technology that changes the lies and angles of your putts.
It has a fully stocked bar for a party in addition to a massive shower and a steam room with a row of lockers, the real indication that this room is not a one-person job.
There are various play stations scattered all over the floor with foosball and another set of basketball available. If you really want to have fun and play, they also have a laser shooting range.
One of the best assets of the room is the cinema space. It comes with typical cinema seats and there is a popcorn and candy area at the back.
The UFC spends a lot of money in any city they have pay-per-view in and they make a lot of money in that city as well.
And given the seal of approval from White, whose organization left Houston on Sunday following Derrick Lewis’ loss to Cyril Gane, he may well be back soon.