What does the $5million ‘Emperor Package’ for the Las Vegas Grand Prix get you?

Mark Scott
A rendering of the Formula 1 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix.

A rendering of the Las Vegas Grand Prix.

If you have got a spare $5million under your bed or down the back of the sofa, then why not treat yourself to the ‘Emperor Package’ for the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix?

Ever since we learned of plans to bring Formula 1 back to Las Vegas, we always knew it was going to predominantly target the rich and famous folk of this world. We didn’t quite realise we would be reaching these astronomical prices…

Hot on the heels of Wynn Las Vegas’ $1million package, which now looks like an absolute bargain, is a $5million ‘Emperor Package’ unveiled by Caesars Entertainment.

You will start off by spending five nights in a luxury suite at the Premier Inn, no sorry, the 10,300-square-foot, three-bedroomed Nobu Sky Villa which offers panoramic views of the track and enough space to fit 75 people to watch all the action alongside you.

Michelin-starred chef Nobu Matsuhisa will be on hand to specially curate a menu for you (we’re presuming you will have to specifically request chicken nuggets and chips) and you will also have access to a 24-hour butler and a driver who will cruise you around in a Rolls Royce.

You also get 12 tickets to the F1 Paddock Club and Pit Lane Walk, whilst six of you can go to the Nobu Sky Villa’s Qua Baths & Spa for any treatment you fancy.

A personal VIP host will organise experiences for you at all Caesars Entertainment’s Las Vegas resorts, including food and beverage offerings across the city and OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace, and you will also be granted seven-star tier status on Caesars Rewards list.

And if that isn’t enough for you, you will also get two tickets to watch Adele at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Talk about taking rolling in the deep to a whole new level.

You can head here for more information on this eye-watering Las Vegas Grand Prix package. We were also expecting you to become the 21st driver on the grid for the weekend, but they must be reserving that for the $10million ‘Super Emperor’ package.

In a completely unrelated matter, we would just like to say we are big fans of Caesars Palace and, although we know it would be tough, we would be willing to write up a review of the ‘Emperor Package’ in order to fully inform Formula 1 fans before they click add to basket.

It’s hard work, but somebody has to do it.

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