This November, the fast and furious spectacle of Formula 1 racing meets the extravagance of Las Vegas, creating a fusion of adrenaline and luxury that promises to captivate racing enthusiasts and thrill-seekers alike. Welcome to the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix!
If you plan to attend this show-stopping affair, this guide is for you. From the most exclusive spots to watch the race to alternative sports attractions and hot spots to party, prepare for the ultimate racing weekend in Vegas!
You’ll want to book the Marquise Suite at The Platinum Hotel & Spa for not only spectacular views of the Vegas Strip but also a chance to see the racers from Turns 4 and 5 (views may be somewhat obstructed due to grandstands, but the track will be visible). Cheer from the expansive wrap-around balcony, relax by the cozy fireplace or watch the excitement on any of the three large flatscreen TVs.
At The Cromwell, the 11th-floor rooftop deck is the perfect spot to cheer on your favorite racing teams while enjoying a fruity cocktail, dancing or a late-night swim. Even better, the hotel is tucked between The Mirage and MGM Zones, just off the track, so you’ll be close to all the action. Need a pitstop during the festivities? Book one of the hotel’s stylish rooms, featuring plush purple leather furnishings, dark wood floors and golden chandeliers.
Adjacent to the Strip, the Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino has assembled a banger Formula 1 package offering daily resort credits, discounts on monorail tickets and one-of-a-kind drink specials. One of the few budget-friendly hotels where you can satisfy your need for speed, the Westgate is near the Formula 1 track, so you can easily access the grandstands and premium clubs. Even better, there’s plenty to do between races, from relaxing at the Serenity Spa to dining on perfectly plated sushi at Rikki Tikki.
One of the official Formula 1 hotels, The Wynn boasts incredible track views and multiple VIP race week packages. Expect five-star treatment by booking one of the Encore suites, which provides access to the Wynn’s Grand Prix Grid Club. Here, you’ll enjoy a curated menu of delectable dishes and cocktails, see the race from one of the best vantage points on the center circuit and toast the victors from your prime viewing seat – all in a private club serving up a 1920s speakeasy vibe with a touch of Vegas mystique. Feeling lucky? After the opening ceremonies, you might receive an invitation to mingle with the drivers at the official Welcome Party!
From the Skybox to the Grandstand, Resorts World Las Vegas is the place to be for two unique Formula 1 packages and a room at the stunning Conrad Hotel. For views of the start/finish line and access to the East Harmon Zone, the Skybox Package is for you. If rocking out to live DJs at the Sphere and feasting on an exclusive menu from Wolfgang Puck is more your jam – the Grandstand Package delivers. Feel like you’re in the driver’s seat in the T-Mobile Zone right at Turn 5!
It’s all about the VIP at the three-level Heineken House, where you can catch the race from the South Koval Zone. Decked out in neon lights, white leather lounges and a sleek lit-up bar, you’ll cheer on the drivers in style. Sip cocktails, dine on all-inclusive bites, and take a dance break when DJs turn up the music between races. You can even see the Straightaway from the terrace!
For views of Turn 4, grab tickets to the Heritage, also located in the South Koval Zone. Here, you’ll relax by the track in a stylish space bathed in red and white furnishings and a touch of motorsport memorabilia. Enjoy the race live or on multiple flatscreen TVs as you enjoy live entertainment, exclusive fan experiences and elevated dining options sure to please even the pickiest palettes.
With access to private indoor and hospitality decks, the Bellagio Fountain Club provides F1 enthusiasts with the perfect blend of racing and luxury. Enjoy trackside views on the center Strip as the famous fountain dances behind the stands. Experience meet and greets with F1 ambassadors and curated menus by celebrity chefs like Michael Mina and Masaharu Morimoto. And when it comes to cocktails – master mixologists and sommeliers are ready to serve as you watch the race from the rooftop deck.
Party underneath the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas, where Club Paris offers center-Strip views across multiple venues, from decadent bites at Alexxa’s to live DJs at Cheri Rooftop. Cheer on your favorite racers on Las Vegas Boulevard. Sip craft brews at Beer Park. Watch the racers zoom by on the 9,000-square-foot terrace. Or, stay inside the club and experience the F1 on the mounted flatscreen TVs surrounded by the golden glow of the Paris-inspired décor.
Whether you’re looking for a casual spot to watch the races or seeking a space for a private viewing party, Flanker Kitchen + Sports Bar is the place to be. This 8,500-square-foot space is home to six different dining areas, comfortable seating, three private dining rooms, a bar, and a lounge. Watch the race on the bar’s massive LED screen and chow down on street tacos and burgers while sipping craft beers such as the Voodoo Ranger IPA with tropical notes or a Pizza Port amber ale featuring hints of malt.
Situated on the 64th floor of Delano Las Vegas, SkyFall has unparalleled views of the Strip and distant views of the track at Turns 14, 15, and 16. This panoramic bar and lounge serves shareable plates and artisan cocktails to the backdrop of laid-back beats from the resident DJ. Sip a glass of chili-infused bourbon as you dine on lobster risotto and beef sliders topped with bacon and onion marmalade.
Located near the MSG Sphere’s grandstands, the Legacy Club on Circa’s 60th floor provides views of the Grand Prix’s turns 7, 8, and 9. Marvel at the gorgeous Vegas skyline from the elegant rooftop lounge. While unobstructed angles of the track aren’t guaranteed, it’s still an excellent spot to experience the excitement and elegance of Sin City.
Steak and racing? What more could you ask for? Head to VooDoo Steak At the Rio for fantastic panoramic views of the Strip from the 51st floor and delicious steaks with a Creole twist. Order the Wagyu Ribeye, lobster bisque, or pan-roasted scallops as you root for your favorite drivers!
If you’re looking for some sports-inspired attractions during race weekend, the first stop on your list must be Dream Racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Experience driving some of the world’s fastest cars, like Ferraris and Lamborghinis, on a 1.2-mile, nine-turn racetrack. Or, hop in a 3D racing simulator if you’d rather play it safe.
See the F1 track from new heights with Maverick Helicopter Tours. The company offers three Las Vegas Grand Prix experiences, ranging from 15 minutes to 4.5 hours, with flights over the racing circuit. Sip your complimentary glass of champagne before enjoying the bird’s eye view of the track. You can even upgrade your flight for a sunset experience of the Grand Canyon!
You’ll feel like a superhero soaring above 11 stories in the air at the SlotZilla Zipline at Fremont Street Experience. Reach speeds of up to 35mph as you take off from the platform of this slot machine-themed zipline that extends 1700 feet under the Viva Vision canopy before landing in front of the iconic Golden Gate!
After the races, dance the night away at some of the hottest clubs in Vegas, with special performances for the F1 weekend.
Enjoy concerts by The Chainsmokers, Calvin Harris, and Diplo at XS (Wynn Encore Hotel). This intimate club surrounds the Encore’s European-style pool, while the interior provides plush seating and bottle service. At Zouk Nightclub, attend special performances by DJ Tiesto and Travis Scott. With 26,000 feet of space, this upscale nightclub boasts multiple venues, like the Capital Bar and Empire, operating in addition to the main club.
Located on the rooftop of The Cromwell, Drai’s Nightclub spans 35,000 square feet amongst several pools and cabanas and features two levels of full-service bars and VIP tables. Dance to the beats of the live DJs, grab a cocktail and enjoy the races from this rooftop nightclub.
The Formula 1 is for Everyone
Racing enthusiasts and travelers with disabilities can enjoy the festivities during the F1 weekend, thanks to the Grand Prix’s commitment to making the weekend’s events all-inclusive and accessible.
For wheelchair users, the ticketed event spaces are designed for easy navigation, with paved surfaces and interconnected routes to enhance accessibility between the venues, entrances, viewing areas, restrooms and beverage stations. There are also wheelchair-accessible seats available to purchase. Utilizing mobility aids and devices like crutches, walkers and canes? No problem. All are welcome to enjoy the festivities. If you need to recharge your motorized mobility device, the venue will have recharging stations within each ticketed zone at the Accessibility Services Hubs.
Beyond mobility, service animals are allowed if they are verified by an Accessibility Manager within the ticketed areas. For fans with auditory disabilities, captioning will be available, as well as auxiliary aids.