Five-Star Trip to the Monaco Grand Prix
The Monaco Grand Prix is known as one of the most prestigious races in the world. It is held on a narrow course throughout the streets of Monaco, with many elevation changes, tight corners, and a tunnel, making it one of the most demanding tracks in Formula One!
You and a friend can enjoy this exclusive opportunity with the world’s upper echelon—staying in the newly refurbished and world-renowned five-star Grand Hyatt Martinez Hotel, enjoying Saturday with a Champagne Cruise along the French Riviera, followed by Grandstand Tickets to the Monaco Grand Prix for an action-packed day you’ll never forget!
This Experience Includes:
- 2 Grandstand Tickets to the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday, May 27, 2018; exact seat location subject to availability
- Champagne Cruise for 2 on the French Riviera; scheduling subject to availability
- 3-night double occupancy stay in the Grand Hyatt Martinez Hotel from May 25–28, 2018; room types subject to availability
- Concierge service to assist you in planning this exciting experience
Please note: You must book your experience a minimum of 60 days before the date you travel.
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