Since the Grand Prix in 2004 we have been offering our clients Monaco Grand Prix Formula One Hospitality Packages with a great deal of success. This concept formulised when the company went for a trip to the event the year before in 2003. After some careful thought and planning we organised access to everything that is needed to make a trip to F1 in Monaco which included hotels, yachts, parties and great balconies to view the race. We pride ourselves in providing the client with the best possible experience at the event and are confident they will want to come back again after it is all over and many do. Please go to our testimonials page to read what some clients have said about our services.
Every May is a big month for Formula One fans as it is when the Grand Prix in Monaco is held. For a lot of race enthusiasts this is the ultimate race to go and see. The Principality of Monaco closes off it`s narrow streets to traffic for the duration of the event, which means it is set apart from the rest of the venues in the F1 calendar. Over this long weekend in May, visitors flock to this spectacular place to enjoy the thrills and spills of the Grand Prix.
This event coincides closely to the Cannes Film Festival which will mean that some star gazing can be on the menu as many a celebrity pops over to take in the sights and sounds of the F1 weekend during this spectacular sporting occasion.
The rain is coming down like cats and dogs and it is the first time ever that the safety car had to used to start the race. The wet conditions would be a key factor in this year`s race. Palmer has a nightmare weekend and crashes out of the race early, the weather would have a huge influence on the result this year with a total of 7 non-finishers. A real test for all the drivers skills and a lapse of concentration even for a second could see them spin out of of control and out of the race. With the margins being so small here there can be no mistake in the pits and Daniel Ricciardo in first place has a mare of a change and this lets Lewis Hamilton takes the lead, can he hold on.
The world renowned Café de Paris (Theatrical 1920s' nightclub) offers VIP Hospitality for you and your guests on Saturday and you will be able choose a grandstand to view the big race.
This package works out as great value including hotel stay and airport transfers. Additional view of the track from VIP balcony at Ste Devote corner.
This long weekend package offers 3 nights in a Nice Hotel (3 or 4 star). The VIP hospitality and track views of the race are split between 2 venues; Cafe De Paris on Saturday and the Beau Rivage on the Sunday.
Open bar and gourmet lunch at the Grand Prix are included and all transfers.
Arriving on the Wednesday and staying 5 nights in a 3,4 or star hotel. On the Thursday you will have a view from a yacht in the harbour which will let you view a fantastic 80% of the track.
On the Saturday/Sunday you will the view you will have will encompass 60% of the Monaco GP circuit. Open bar and gourmet lunch at the Grand Prix are included and all transfers.
You have the option of 5 or 7 nights in a 3 star hotel that is actually only 200 metres away from the main event. At the weekend you can view the race from the fantastic terrace at the Beau Rivage with covers about 60% of the circuit.
There is an open bar and free flowing champagne, private washrooms and views of all the action on a Giant Screen TV.
Arriving on the wednesday you will be staying at the luxurious 5 star Chateau Eza which has breathtaking views and was once a former residence of the Prince of Sweden in the 13th century.
You will over the 3 days of racing action experience views from a yacht, the Shangri La and the Beau Rivage which accounts for over 80% viewing of the circuit. An open bar, champagne and great food are provided throughout!
Accommodation consists of a 5 night stay in the Beausoleil Apartment Hotel which is within walking distance of the Circuit de Monaco. The VIP hospitality on offer will give you 3 unique views of the track on 3 different race days - Super Yacht Deck Rooftop, Shangri La Terrace and Beau Rivage Terrace for the race on the Sunday.
Helicopter transfers to Monaco are included as is all food and drinks at the Grand Prix.
2 options available of 3 or 5 night stay (wed - mon or fri - mon). You will be staying in the deluxe 4 star Le Meridien Beach Plaza with your choice of room and this hotel has a private beach and indoor/outdoor pools to build up an appetite.
Helicopter transfers to Monaco on your arrival and great views of the race from a Yacht, Beau Rivage AND the Shangri La Terrace. All hospitality included. This is our select pick of the best resort hotel in Monaco.
5 nights in a newly renovated Monaco Penthouse Apartment with 2 luxury bedrooms which is only just over a 5 minute walk to the Monaco Casino. VIP hospitality will be provided throughout your time and 3 different track views of the racing (Super Yacht, Shangri La and Beau Rivage).
Helicopter transfer from Nice to Monaco on your arrival. Optional pit lane and paddock tour available to experience the preparations. An all round superb package for lovers of the F1 experience.
For the lovers of the sea, this package includes 5 nights on a 5 star Yacht in the harbour on a full board basis with fine wines. There are some fantastic views of the race from the yacht and full hospitality is provided including all food and drinks at the Grand Prix.
The yacht has en-suite cabins, plasma TV, Jacuzzi, SKY TV and sun decks all adding up to one unique way to watch the Formula One race and really the only way to do it in Monaco!
On your arrival you will be transferred by helicopter from Nice to Monaco and stay at the luxurious Le Meridien Beach Plaza with its private beach and great sea view rooms. A Meet & greet with a leading Formula One driver and an optional Pit Lane and Paddock tour is available.
VIP hospitality on one of the super yachts viewing Tabac Corner with free flowing champagne, celebrity appearances and meet David Coulthard (GPA Exclusive). Thursday practice will be viewed from the iconic Café de Paris rooftop.
The prestigious Automobile Club de Monaco organises this event every year and dates back ito it`s humble origins in 1929. The race joined the F1 calendar in 1955 and has taken part every year since. All of the drivers cite this Grand Prix as the one they most want to win as it is considered the ultimate driving challenge, the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on Sunday the 28th of May 2017.
The circuit takes place around the streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine, including the famous harbour and covers some 3.340KM (2.13 miles) with many elevation changes. Spectators congregate around the track, those who do not get as close can watch from the temporary grandstands in the harbour. This is also where the rich bring their boats in to join in the festivities. Balconies, hotels and resident's homes boast birds eye views. For one weekend of the year those who have berths are politely asked to leave to a make way for the drivers, sponsors and team-owner yachts and the harbour is always full of the most amazing super-yachts.
Michael Schumacher at the moment holds the fastest lap in the race of 1:14.439 which was set in the Grand Prix in 2004, but ultimately he had to retire after a collision and couldn`t capitalise on his fast times and Jarno Trulli eventually went on to win in the Renault. The fastest-ever lap was set by Kimi Räikkönen in qualifying for the 2006 Grand Prix, at that time was set at 1 minute 13.532 seconds.
Past winners over the past 17 Monaco Grand Prix (since GPA have been enjoying Monaco Grand Prix trips):
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