1402524128_1402522206_the-lobby copyHead coach Jurgen Klinsmann might not think his squad has a chance at winning the 2014 World Cup, but they’re going to not win in style.

The United States men’s national team is not exactly roughing it in Brazil, as they are staying at the Tivoli Sao Pãulo Mofarrej during the tournament. Clint Dempsey and Co. will be kicking it in a lavish 5-star hotel that has a Presidential suite that goes for the cool price of $1,460 per night, and also boasts the famous Elements Spa that has both Brazilian and Thai massage therapists.

But it isn’t all good news for Team USA. The team booked the hotel in Sao Paulo before learning that their group-stage games would be played in Natal, Manaus, and Recife, meaning they’ll have to travel around 9,000 miles in three round-trip flights between their games and their home base.

Brutal flights aside, though, at least the living conditions blow those from Sochi out of the water.

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