Hotel rates on Las Vegas Strip drop by 62% as Grand Prix approaches

October 17, 2023

Prices for rooms have steadily fallen since this time last year.

In anticipation of the Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix, hotel room rates on the Strip have continued to drop, according to a local report in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Prices for accommodations on the Strip have fallen as much as 62% on average when compared to rates from nearly one year ago, the local report said.

This year’s F1 Grand Prix is scheduled for November 16 to November 18. Construction is underway for the F1-controlled grandstands. The track will run throughout sections of Las Vegas Boulevard and Koval Lane, as well as through Sands and Harmon avenues.

The circuit will span 3.8 miles. The race is expected to bring in nearly 105,000 F1 fans nightly, the local report said.

In addition to cheaper room rates, race fans can take advantage of dining options curated by world-renowned chefs. Caesars Entertainment will provide its guests with a variety of meal options from notable restaurateurs during the upcoming race weekend.

Guests will have the chance to try food from several renowned chefs, including multi-Michelin-starred chef and television personality Gordon Ramsay, Michelin-starred restaurateur Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, acclaimed chef and author Giada De Laurentiis and television personality Lisa Vanderpump.

During the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix, patrons can get in on an exclusive culinary experience at Harrah’s Las Vegas with “Take a Seat with Gordon at Ramsay’s Kitchen.” Guests can try a curated menu by Ramsay, along with an opportunity to hear personal stories from Ramsay during a special appearance.

Ramsay will also make an appearance at Caesars Palace for “Trackside Dinner with Gordon at Hell’s Kitchen.”


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