Monaco Grand Prix 2022 Tickets Hospitality Packages

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Monaco Grand Prix 2022 Tickets Hospitality Packages

Friday, 27 May 2022 - Monday, 30 May 2022

Monaco Grand Prix Tickets Hospitality Packages 2022

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3 Night Charter Package (Friday 27th – Monday 30th May 2022)

We are pleased to announce our 3-Night Tour package for the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix with a variety of race day options to suit all budgets.

Our chosen hotel is 4* Best Western Plus Hôtel Masséna Nice, a recently renovated boutique hotel located in the heart of Nice. It’s perfect location allows guests to explore Nice with ease, offering some of the best attractions all within a 5 minute stroll. These include; Place Masséna, Galeries Lafayette, Promenade des Anglais as well as some of the finest beaches.

3 NIGHT TOUR (Friday 27th – Monday 30th May 2022)

  • Exclusive return charter from Luton Airport, Main Terminal
  • 3-nights’ accommodation at 4* Best Western Plus Hôtel Masséna Nice (based on twin/double)
  • Daily breakfast included
  • Choice of race day viewing (listed below)
  • Luxury coach transfers (airport/hotel & raceday)
  • Management staff in attendance throughout

3-Night Tour including Secteur Rocher

£1,375

3-Night Tour including Grandstand K

£1,790

3-Night Tour including Beau Rivage

£2,645

 

 

Single supplement

£575

 

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The Circuit de Monaco, which is built on the picturesque streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine, is one of the most challenging Formula One tracks, with its many tight turns and changes in elevation. It is considered the ultimate test of driving skills in Formula One.

The F1 Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most famous and popular; its wealthy setting also makes it one of the most glamorous. Dating back to 1929, it is part of the Triple Crown of Motor Sport, together with the Indianapolis 500 and Le Mans 24 Hours.

Since 1929 the fastest average race speed has risen from 80km/h (50 mph) to 142 km/h (88 mph), making it the slowest of all the Formula One championships.

Ticketing Information

General Admission Rocher is a hillside viewing area and the natural rough terrain may not suit all spectators. We recommend arriving early in Rocher to get the best viewing experience as the area can become very crowded for the Sunday race.

A free pit walk is offered on Friday between 2.30pm and 6.00pm for Saturday and/or Sunday grandstand ticket-holders (subject to confirmation).

Disabled Tickets: Disabled viewing is handled directly by a Monaco disability organisation.

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