Las Vegas F1 Hotels, Packages, Best Places to Stay during the GP

Alex Gassman

by Alex Gassman

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Here’s my guide to Las Vegas F1 hotels and packages on offer during the Vegas Grand Prix weekend from the 21st to 23rd November. See full Vegas F1 schedule for more info.

Whilst some hotels are charging a premium, if you’re smart with your dates you can actually find hotel stays for less than $30 / night. This guide shows you how.

Additionally, if you’ve got an obscene amount of money, there are some ridiculous Las Vegas F1 hotel packages that cost over $1 million. Yep. One million dollars.

Read on for a full run down of the best, cheapest and most expensive places to stay during the Las Vegas Grand Prix.


Hotels near the Las Vegas Grand Prix track

The map below shows the Las Vegas street circuit and all of the hotels around it. It’s a hi-resolution map so click it to expand it and zoom in.

There are a number of different spectator zones around the circuit. These contain some of the Vegas F1 grandstands and other hospitality areas.

If you’re looking to stay in a hotel near the Las Vegas track during the Grand Prix weekend then you can try and find a hotel near to your spectating zone to cut down on the walking. 

If you’ve got Vegas F1 general admission tickets then you will be in the T-Mobile at Sphere zone.

The Las Vegas F1 concerts will be held in both the T-Mobile zone and the East Harmon zone.

Use the map above to see which hotels are near which zone.

Vegas F1 tickets

If you still need Vegas F1 tickets I’d recommend buying through StubHub.

That’s what I did for last year’s Vegas GP and I ended up paying less than the list price. They have a huge inventory of Las Vegas Grand Prix tickets for sale even if they’re showing as sold out on the official website.

I had a great purchasing experience and will 100% be using them this year for more F1 tickets.  They have a very robust ‘FanProtect guarantee’ which ensures your tickets and your money are fully protected.

Which Vegas hotels have a view of the F1 race?

The Las Vegas F1 track runs right along part of The Strip (Las Vegas Boulevard) and this is where it’s overlooked by a number of hotels.

The Vegas hotels that will have a view of the F1 race are the following:

  • Treasure Island
  • The Venetian / Palazzo
  • The Mirage
  • Harrah’s
  • The LINQ
  • NOBU Hotel
  • Caesar’s Palace
  • Flamingo
  • The Cromwell
  • The Bellagio
  • Paris
  • Planet Hollywood
  • The Cosmopoliton
  • ARIA
  • Hilton Grand Vacations
  • The Platinum Hotel & Spa 

These hotels are all likely to offer rooms with a trackside view for a heavily inflated price.

Fun fact: Caesar’s Palace held the original 1981 Las Vegas Grand Prix in its parking lot.

Cheapest Las Vegas F1 hotels

The Vegas Grand Prix runs from Thursday to Saturday. That has the benefit of allowing you to miss the most expensive hotel days in Las Vegas, which are Friday to Monday.

Use the main hotel comparison sites like, or to find the best prices. I’ve often found Kayak to  be the cheapest.

If you only plan on attending the Thursday and / or Friday of the F1 weekend then you can get some seriously cheap hotels.

For example, I’m planning on going to the Thursday only. I need a hotel from Tuesday 14th to Friday 17th.

A search on reveals a whole range of decent hotels that cost less than $150 total, and even some less than $100 total for 3 nights. That’s absurdly cheap.

The prices in the image below are total prices for a 3 night stay!

Harrah’s is on the Strip and inside the circuit and OYO is right next to the MGM Grand, so only a short walk away from the track. They’re amazing value.

Let’s say you only attend the Thursday and Friday of the GP weekend and search for a hotel from Wednesday 15th to Saturday 18th.

Staying the Friday night will bump the prices up, but there’s still a good selection of hotels under $300 for the total stay. And even a few under $200.

If you want to attend all three days of the GP then a search on for 4 nights from Wednesday 15th to Sunday 19th November shows four of the bigger hotel / casinos offering stays totaling less than $600:

Circus Circus is a little way north up the Strip but has the closest RV park to the Vegas F1 track. Plaza is in Downtown at the very north end of the strip.

And on a search for the same time period reveals four other highly-rated hotels that cost under $500 total:

These four are all further out from the main part of Vegas hence why they’re a little cheaper.

When I’ve visited Vegas in the past I’ve stayed in the MGM Grand and the Luxor. But those big hotels on the main part of The Strip are always quite pricey.

But these searches show that if you’re flexible with your dates and you can get some incredible hotel deals.

Prices for hotels near the Las Vegas F1 track have continued to fall significantly since the race dates were first announced at the end of 2022. 

Shop around, read reviews, and use many different comparison website to find the best prices. You’ll be surprised at how reasonable some of the costs are.

Check out our guide to parking and the Monorail at the Las Vegas Grand Prix for tips on how to get around the city during the F1.

Las Vegas F1 hotel packages

Many hotels are offering Las Vegas F1 packages where you get a room and tickets to attend the race itself. These often include some VIP experiences so can be quite pricey (to say the least).

It’s normally always cheaper to buy Las Vegas F1 tickets seperately to find reasonable hotel stays, but these packages offer that extra exclusivity that you can’t buy on its own.

Below is a list of the main Vegas Grand Prix hotel packages currently on offer:

The Mirage

  • Grandstand package – $4,000 per person: Complimentary hotel stay when you buy 2x Mirage VIP grandstand tickets
  • Momentum VIP package – $12,000 total: 3 nights in a luxury suites, 2x Mirage VIP grandstand tickets 
  • More details

The Venetian / The Palazzo

  • Venetian – $2,000 per night: 3 night stay, 2 grandstand tickets in the T-Mobile Sphere zone 
  • Palazzo – $2300 per night: 3 night stay, 2 grandstand tickets in the T-Mobile Sphere zone 
  • More details

Virgin Hotels Las Vegas

  • Grandstand package – $22,000: 2x Main Grandstand tickets, 4 nights accommodation
  • Skybox package – $40,000 : Access to the Skybox VIP lounge, 4 nights accommodation
  • Paddock Club package – $150,000: Access to the most exclusive VIP area at the GP, 4 nights accommodation
  • More details

MGM Resorts

The MGM package prices do not include the hotel stay. You have to add the cost of a room in any of the MGM resorts hotels to the price below to get the full package.

  • Grandstand package – $2827 per person: 1 ticket in the Main Grandstand for 4 days 
  • Bellagio Fountain Club – $11,287 per person: 3 days in the Fountain Club private viewing areas overlooking the track
  • More details

Resorts World

  • Grandstand package – $14,400: 2x T-Mobile Sphere zone grandstand tickets, 3 night’s accommodation
  • Skybox package – $24,000: Ticket to the Skybox VIP area, 4 night’s accommodation
  • More details


  • Grandstand package – $14,000: 2x T-Mobile Sphere zone grandstand tickets, 4 night’s accommodation
  • Paddock Club package – $40,000: Tickets to paddock club, 4 night suite accommodation
  • Grid Club package – $150,000: Grid Club VIP lounge access, 4 night suite accommodation
  • More details


  • Grandstand package – $5,500: 2x grandstand tickets, 2 night’s accommodation
  • Sky Villa package – $75,000: 4 x grandstand tickets, 2 nights accommodation in a Sky Villa 
  • More details

Most Expensive Las Vegas Grand Prix hotel packages

If some of the above package prices weren’t eye-watering enough, there’s a small selection of ultra-elite Las Vegas F1 hotel packages for the ridiculously rich to flaunt their cash.

NOBU Emperor Package - $5 million

That’s right. Five million dollars. To watch a Formula 1 race. That is ABSURD. Here’s what that includes:

  • 5 nights accommodation for 6 people in the NOBU Sky Villa at Caesar’s Palace
  • Private terrace for 75 guests overlooking the main straight on the Vegas circuit
  • Dinner with Chef Nobu himself
  • A private driver in a Rolls Royce for the whole stay
  • A personal VIP host
  • Two tickets to Adele’s sold out concert
  • 12 Paddock Club tickets
  • Spa service for 6 people
  • More details
NOBU Emperor exclusive Las Vegas F1 hotel package

Wynn Million Dollar Experience - $1 million

Originally the Wynn’s most extravagant Las Vegas F1 hotel package looked like an obscene sum of money, only for NOBU to take that top spot. But still, a million bucks to stay in a hotel and watch some F1. Sheesh.

Here’s what one million dollars get you during Grand Prix weekend in Vegas:

  • 4 nights in an Encore three-bedroom suite (for up to 6 people)
  • VIP track tour, paddock tour, grid walk access and hot lap around the track
  • 6 VIP Wynn Grid Club passes
  • Luxury airport transportation
  • Golf, spa treatments, dinner at high-end restaurants
  • More details
Wynn Las Vegas million dollar hotel experience Grand Prix weekend

Resorts World Lucky 888 Experience - $888,000

Below a million dollars, well this seems like a bargain in comparison. Here’s what this exclusive Las Vegas hotel package includes:

  • 4 nights in the Palace Suite with a private butler at your beck and call
  • 10 grandstand tickets
  • 6 paddock club tickets
  • Private domestic or international 1st class flights to and from Vegas
  • Luxury airport transportation
  • VIP nightclub access to some of the best Vegas F1 parties
  • Custom tailoring experience
  • Dinners, tasting experiences, theatre tickets and more
  • More details
Resorts World Lucky 888 VIP package

Palms 777 Experience - $777,000

The Palms hotel is also offering its own take on the most exclusive Las Vegas F1 track hotel package out there, which includes

  • 7 nights stay in a suite and sky villa
  • Two hospitality tickets for the Grand Prix
  • Six grandstand tickets
  • VIP dinners and nightclub reservations
  • More details
Palms Las Vegas 777 VIP hotel package

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Alex Gassman

I‘m Alex. I write F1 and motorsport travel guides based on my experience as racing driver and full-time motorsport nerd. I’ve traveled the world watching F1 and other racing series.

I started oversteer48 with the aim of helping other motorsport fans who are planning on watching some racing themselves.

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Hard Rock Hotel? Does it even exist?


As to my Hard Rock Hotel comment, there is a “guitar hotel” planned in same location as The Mirage Volcano but it has yet to be constructed. The old Hard Rock Hotel is now Virgin Hotel. So anything that shows you availability for the Hard Rock Hotel is lying. The Mirage is owned by Hard Rock but it is still the Mriage!

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