Where To Stay In Luxury Near 2022 Grand Prix F1 Races, Worldwide
You may have missed the recent Miami Grand Prix, but there are more Formula 1 Races ahead in 2022. Here’s a roundup on the best properties to stay after experiencing them around the world.
Monaco Grand Prix, Circuit de Monaco; May 27 – May 29, 2022
Where to Stay: Hotel Metropole, Monte Carlo
The hotel invites travelers to experience the adrenaline of The Formula 1 Grand Prix of Monaco in one of its unique viewing spaces. At the Salon Mediterrane, you can enjoy refined Mediterranean cuisine overlooking the race, with special set menus for lunch (Saturday and Sunday) created by Chef Christophe Cussac.
The Metropole Private Lounge features floor-to-ceiling windows for excellent viewing of the racetrack, right in front of the only downhill stretch of the circuit. YOSHI and the Veuve Clicquot Lounge offer Grand Prix action, with a view of the race’s most thrilling bend.
The property’s “Grand Prix Concierge” allows thrill-seeking guests to discover the Principality at the wheel of an all-electric replica of a 1930s Formula 1 car, and drive the circuit in the wake of some of the greatest car-racing legends, including Bandini and Hamilton.
Guests can book a stay at spacious guest rooms and suites, including the exclusive Suite Azur. Or, with the Monaco Grand Prix 4-Night Deluxe Package, you can opt for deluxe room accommodations with king or twin-size beds, daily Metropole Monte-Carlo Buffet Breakfast for one or two guests, in-room VIP welcome, and Hermes toiletries.
Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay Street Circuit; September 30 – October 2, 2022
Where to Stay: Raffles Hotel Singapore
The iconic, 134-year-old hotel is within walking distance from the excitement of the Singapore Grand Prix, held at night. Fans can retreat to the grande dame hotel for culinary experiences including a world-famous Singapore Sling at the historic Long Bar, the birthplace of the cocktail in 1915. There’s also Afternoon Tea in the Grand Lobby.
Following the hotel’s recent multiphase restoration, you can now experience colonial heritage in a modernized setting, featuring 10 restaurants and bars, including restaurants by celebrity chefs Alain Ducasse, Anne Sophie-Pic and Jereme Leung. This National Monument in Singapore also showcases a refreshed Raffles Arcade, featuring retail tenants as well as the Raffles Boutique, showcasing treasures from the hotel for purchase.
Mexican Grand Prix, Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez; October 28 – October 30,
Where to Stay: St. Regis Mexico City
Overlooking Paseo de la Reforma, the luxury hotel is surrounded by Mexico’s historic museums and exclusive boutiques. After a day of viewing adrenaline filled races, you can unwind at the elegant 31-story building designed by architect Cesar Pelli. To relax after a weekend filled with action, excitement, and partying, you can head for the Remède Spa, with diverse restorative treatments.
Offering sweeping Chapultepec Park views, the hotel opened its doors to guests in late 2021. F1 fans can indulge in Mexican cuisine after the race at the iconic, sophisticated, and immersive sky-high bar, Samos.
Brazilian Grand Prix, Autódromo José Carlos Pace; Nov 11 – Nov 13, 2022
Where to Stay: The JW Marriott Sao Pablo
Modern and luxurious, the hotel is a quick car ride to the Autodromo Jose Carlos Place. The locally-crafted rooms use natural materials, and are framed by soaring city skylines. Brazil is the final F1 Gran Prix stop, so you can treat yourself to downtime at the property’s spa, enjoy Italian food at Neto, and toast to another year of F1 racing with a garden-to-glass cocktail at Bar Caju.