From Monaco for $8,157 a night to Las Vegas for $200k: The wildest places to stay for the F1

by | Apr 9, 2022 - 12:15PM | Lifestyle, Travel

Where to stay for the F1.

The F1 2022 season is in full swing, with the world’s glitz and glamour showing up to cheer on Ferrari, Red Bull, Mercedes and Co.

And there’s still a whole year of racing ahead to look forward to, so why not do it in style?

We’ve rounded up some of the most luxurious places for your next pit stop on the F1 2022 calendar.

READ MORE: You could buy Nigel Mansell’s F1 Ferrari – if you have a spare $5.5M

Monaco

It’s no surprise we’re starting off with the most famous race of them all.

Villa Carol is a spacious six-bedroom home away from home on the French Riviera but it comes with a cost, with prices starting from $8157 a night, according to its listing on onefinestay.

The villa in Cap d’Ail is perfect for those who want a little oasis away from the chaos of the race.

It offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea, a 4000-square-metre garden, six bedrooms and six bathrooms, all nestled on the border of the principality known as the “Billionaire’s Playground”.

Imola

Why pass up the opportunity to stay just a stone’s throw away from Italy’s beautiful city of Florence, with one of the most famous tracks in the world just under 2.5 hours away?

Built in the 15th century, Villa Astra marries the old and the new with a lavish swimming pool looking over the rolling hills of the region and Renaissance paintings all in one place.

It sleeps 14 people in a three-storey villa complete with green shutters and terracotta tiles from $1,523 a night.

Silverstone

In upmarket Mayfair, Knightsbridge Penthouse is less than two hours’ drive away from the Silverstone track.

Coming in about $10,000 a night, the four-bedroom home with a top balcony offers a view of London’s Hyde Park.

The penthouse can host up to 12 people in the dining room or you can snuggle in for the night in the home theatre.

A quintessential British experience awaits you at this modern Airbnb boasting “espresso-toned floors, glossy black kitchen cabinets, slate-themed ensuites, and dark panelled walls”.

Spanish Grand Prix

If you’re heading to the Spanish Grand Prix, you might as well stay where the rich and famous vacation – on the party island of Ibiza.

Ibiza is just a 50-minute flight to Barcelona, home of the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, and Villa Alina is the perfect sanctuary for those wanting to splash out.

From $8,860 a night, the villa will host you in a six-bedroom estate on a 8.9-hectare olive farm.

“This contemporary Provençal-style villa manages to be grand and understated at the same time,” the onefinestay listing reads.

“A stand-out is the natural-looking rock pool, which is surrounded by landscaped lawns and an enchanting flower-draped pergola.”

Miami

Despite being described as a “pared-down Miami Beach penthouse” in its Airbnb listing, this villa does not disappoint on luxury.

With an unobstructed view of the ocean from its 24 metres of window, La Mer D’Azur is the best of what Miami has to offer at the hefty price of $10,000 a night.

Adding to the wow factor is the “crystallised glass floors” that adorn the villa, which links the living room, dining room and kitchen together.

“You’ll find the same attention to texture and detail throughout, from the quartz island and Italian silver travertine accents in the kitchen to the limestone slabs in the bathrooms,” the listing says.

Las Vegas

This is one for next year, but you might as well get in early.

It may be the wildest and definitely most expensive on the list, but it doesn’t get any more Sin City than The Empathy Suite at the Palms.

Designed by famed artist Damien Hirst the room features a shark tank and costs reportedly $100,000 a night, with a minimum stay of two. So essentially you’re forking out $200,000.

The suite has two king bedrooms, its own private pool and terrace as well as floor-to-ceiling windows offering an unrivalled view of the Las Vegas Strip.

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