As the inaugural Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix gets closer, the stakes keep getting higher for potential high-roller spectators.
On Friday, Caesars Entertainment unveiled the $5 million “Emperor Package” — a five-night hospitality extravaganza for a party of up to 12.
Guests who pony up for the package will be rewarded with a five-night stay at the Nobu Hotel’s award-winning Nobu Sky Villa — a 10,300-square-foot, three-bedroom space sitting 140 feet above the Las Vegas Strip.
The Villa features a 4,700-square-foot terrace capable of hosting up to 75 guests to watch the race festivities.
It also features around-the-clock butler service, outdoor Zen Garden with a Japanese onsen tub, media room, billiards table, full bar, outdoor kitchen, sauna and private spa treatment room. Guests at the Villa will also have a private elevator and entrance.
Additionally, the 12 guests will experience a private dinner inside the Villa crafted by Michelin-starred restaurateur Chef Nobu Matsuhisa.
The Emperor Package also includes several perks both surrounding and outside the F1 race.
- Twelve tickets to the Paddock Club — F1’s premium hospitality product.
- A private driver with a Rolls-Royce for the entirety of the stay.
- Spa services for six from the award-winning Qua Baths & Spa.
- A VIP host to coordinate experiences at all Caesars’ properties, including OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace.
Caesars is also throwing in tickets for the Emperor Package holder and one guest to see the sold-out “Weekends with Adele” residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Caesars is not the first company to offer a high-roller package for the Formula 1 race: In November, Wynn Las Vegas announced a $1 million package.
As professional sports become more accustomed to the Las Vegas atmosphere, more offerings like this could be in the cards — especially with the Super Bowl to be played at Allegiant Stadium in February 2024.