You can be a jet-setter. In fact, you probably already are. With international travel becoming more common, how do you distinguish yourself from the growing contingent of travelers?
You go to Monaco for the Grand Prix. This exclusive, prestigious event draws the social elite from across the globe. To see and be seen at the race is socially advantageous.
Get your guide to luxury travel to this unrivaled destination by reading on.
True Luxury Travel
This year’s Monaco Grand Prix will take place May 20-23. It’s the stuff of legends. The Grand Prix is the most difficult and slowest of all Formula One circuits.
Formula 1’s inaugural season was in 1950. Its typical season consists of a series of races held worldwide on circuits and closed public roads. It’s the highest level of competition in the world for drivers of single-seater formula racing cars.
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the sport’s premier races. There are numerous grandstands from which to watch this race. You can get around the area conveniently and in style—in a limo, helicopter, a yacht, or a plain old rental car.
VIP offers are available to you to enjoy the utmost luxury throughout your stay. Choose from among various suite-terraces in the finest buildings along the departure and finish lines of the race.
The terraces provide the finest views on the circuit and a 75% view of the race. Packages include VIP service and gourmet proposals.
Hotel options abound near the Grand Prix. Monaco has some of the most luxurious lodgings in the world, with both five-star and four-star venues.
The Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo is a five-star destination. It was built in 1886 and has 126 rooms, a fitness center, a swimming pool, spa, and three restaurants. Leading Hotels in the World awarded it Best Hotel in the World in 2010.
Maybe the Hotel de Paris Monte-Carlo is more your style? It’s even older, built in 1864. It’s well-situated to attend the Monaco Grand Prix.
It also happens to be within walking distance of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and luxury boutiques and shops like the Galerie du Metropole. This hotel provides access to a private beach from April to October.
It meets your business needs with secretarial services and technical equipment available upon request. Its four upscale restaurants and bar will satisfy even the most discerning palate.
While in Monaco, take a break from the Grand Prix at Larvotto Beach. It’s free, pebbled, and gorgeous.
You could also unwind from the race at the Monte Carlo Casino. It’s iconic and emblematic of the city’s glitzy, high-rolling culture.
It houses the city’s opera and ballet as well. Its opulent decor and games are a sight to behold.
F1 and Beyond
True luxury travel can be hard to find. Rest assured, though, that any travel to the Monaco Grand Prix remains an elite, highly sought-after experience.
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