Where to Stay for the 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix

Your guide to the best places to stay on the Strip and near the Las Vegas Street Circuit for the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix 2024 on November 21-23

  • The 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix runs from November 21-23 (Thursday to Saturday)
  • We recommend booking your accommodation with free cancellation via Booking.com
  • You can also add a 4-night stay at selected Vegas hotels with Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences
  • The Editor attended the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix and stayed in the Renaissance Las Vegas Hotel
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Tickets are not yet on sale for the second edition of the Las Vegas Grand Prix next November, but there’s no harm in booking a hotel now with free cancellation in case your plans change or if nightly room prices come down like they did for the inaugural race this year.

Booking your accommodation in Vegas on race weekend will never be cheap, as rooms are in high demand and the hotels know it. Having said that, Sin City does have in excess of 150,000 rooms available, which at least provides plenty of choice and is helping to keep a lid on prices.

Away from the hype of $50,000 USD suites with balconies overlooking the track, thousands of rooms in decent hotels within walking distance of Las Vegas Street Circuit are still available for $300-600 USD per night. You’ll pay more for the best suites in the big-name hotels, of course, but reserving a room is less of a problem right now than finding race tickets. View all 296 hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.

Good to Know: Don’t forget that listed hotel prices in the USA are subject to additional taxes and fees, which normally add 15-20% to the nightly room rate. Most casino and resort hotels in Las Vegas require guests to be at least 21 years of age. Given that all of the F1 action will take place after dark, we don’t recommend bringing very young children to the race anyway. 

Dynamic Pricing

Most large chain hotels are employing dynamic pricing for the Las Vegas Grand Prix weekend, which results in prices fluctuating according to demand, so it’s worth keeping an eye on prices – or even considering booking a room now with free cancellation that can be changed later if you find a better deal. 

Rooms with a view? Several hotels face directly onto the circuit and some rooms may offer direct views, but not many hotels have balconies in Las Vegas, due to the baking temperatures and higher than normal risk of suicide in Sin City. The best rooms, including those with balconies, are mostly only available as part of very high-priced packages. 

Several of the biggest hotel and casino chains (Caesars Entertainment, MGM Resorts & Wynn Resorts) are also either ‘founding’ or ‘presenting’ partners for the race, so if you already have a relationship with them from previous stays, there’s going to be opportunities to secure both rooms AND ticket packages as the race draws closer. We’ve mentioned the partners below and provided links to their currently available ticket and accommodation packages.

Zones at Las Vegas Street Circuit

Where exactly you decide to stay will also depend on which tickets you have secured. Tickets are sold according to the ‘zones’ in which the circuit is being divided. In the southeast corner, the East/West Harmon Zones and the Paddock Zone are where many of the best grandstands and hospitality suites are located, due to their location near final corners, start/finish straight and opening corners.

Further north is the North Koval Zone and the MSG Sphere Zone in the northeast corner of the circuit. Additional zones  include the Wynn Zone in the northwest corner of the circuit, the Caesars Zone (West) and the MGM Zone (Southwest corner). Below we have detailed the closest hotels and resorts to each of the planned zones at the Las Vegas Street Circuit.

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East Harmon, West Harmon, Paddock & MGM Zone Hotels

Some of the best grandstands and highest-priced hospitality suites are located close to the final corner (Turn 17), start/finish straight and opening series of corners (Turns 1-4) in Las Vegas. We’ve listed below some of the best hotels within walking distance. A little further to the west, the MGM Zone is located between Turns 13-16, and is close to many of the city’s best known resort hotels and casinos. MGM Resorts, a founding partner of the race, is selling packages with rooms and tickets for the Bellagio Grandstand, located in front of the resort and casino’s famous fountains.

  • MGM Grand **** (Rating 7.6/10): With 6,852 rooms, the MGM Grand is the single largest hotel in the world! A founding partner of the race, MGM also offers condos at The Signature at MGM Grand and the luxurious 5-star SKYLOFTS at MGM Grand, which occupy the top two floors of the main building. The MGM Grand is situated next to the track, midway between Turns 16-17
  • Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino **** (Rating 7.7/10): Offering strip facing rooms, Planet Hollywood is located on the inside of the circuit near Turn 15. Featuring film-themed rooms that were remodelled in 2017, the sleek 37-floor hotel also has a vast 3-acre gaming floor, two outdoor pools and eight on-site restaurants.
  • Aria Resort & Casino ***** (Rating 8.4/10): Comprised of two towers (51 and 61 floors high), the Aria Resort & Casino offers over 4,000 luxury rooms, 16 restaurants, 10 bars and nightclubs, and of course a vast gaming area. The Aria is located right next to Turns 14-16 at the Las Vegas Street Circuit. Also located within the Aria complex is the Vdara Hotel & Spa (Booking.com rating: 8.4)
  • Bellagio ***** (Rating 8.4/10): Offering close to 4,000 rooms, the Bellagio is one of the city’s best known and largest casino and resort complexes, and is located next to the circuit between Turns 13-14

  • Excalibur *** (Rating 7.5/10): Managed by MGM Resorts International, the castle-like Excalibur boasts a large gaming floor, renovated pool area, eight restaurants and a food court
  • Luxor *** (Rating 7.5/10): Shaped like a pyramid and housing more than 4,000 rooms, the Luxor features one of the largest internal atriums of any building in the world. An affordable option for race weekend, the Luxor offers four swimming pools and 11 on-site restaurants
  • New York New York Hotel & Casino **** (Rating 7.8/10): One of the more affordable options in the heart of the action, New York New York replicates the skyline of the Big Apple with a series of buildings housing just over 2,000 rooms, as well as a small casino floor, swimming pool and 15 on-site restaurants
  • Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino **** (Rating 7.9/10, Rooms from $565 per night on race weekend: Featuring a half-size replica of the Eiffel Tower and other Paris landmarks, the Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is situated on the inside of the circuit between Turns 13-14. The hotel has 11 restaurants and also houses the popular Chateau nightclub
  • Mandalay Bay **** (Rating 8.1/10): The tropical-themed Mandalay Bay is a 43-story luxury resort and casino with over 3,000 rooms. Occupying 120 acres of prime Vegas real estate, the Mandalay Bay has 22 on-site restaurants and three swimming pools. The rooms were comprehensively renovated in 2016.

North Koval, MSG Sphere & Wynn Zone Hotels

The smaller North Koval Zone nearby is located on the inside of the approach to Turn 5 and offers shared hospitality tickets, the first phase of which have already sold out. The MSG Sphere Zone includes Turns 5-9 at Las Vegas Street Circuit and is home to several grandstands (SG3, SG8), as well as the General Admission area, which offers the cheapest standing-room only tickets for the race. Opened shortly before the inaugural Las Vegas Grand Prix, the MSG Sphere is a 17,500-seat arena that houses the world’s largest LED screen. As the name suggests, the Wynn Zone is close to the hotel and casinor resort of the same name in the northwest corner of the circuit. Wynn is a ‘founding partner’ of the race. Here’s the closest and best options to these three zones:

  • Treasure Island **** (Rating 7.9/10): Managed by Radisson, Treasure Island is located on the Strip and features a large gaming floor and three on-site restaurants
  • Resorts World: Opened in 2021, Resorts World is the newest resort complex on the Las Vegas Strip. The 59-story tower at Resorts World houses three Hilton hotels, Las Vegas Hilton at Resorts World ***** (Rating 8.5/10, Rooms from $730 per night on race weekend):, Conrad Las Vegas At Resorts World ***** (Rating 8.4/10, Rooms from $1100 per night on race weekend) and Crockfords Las Vegas ***** (Rating 8.3/10). Resorts World Las Vegas is a ‘founding partner’ of the Las Vegas Grand Prix
  • The Venetian Resort Las Vegas ***** (Rating 8.7/10): The second largest hotel complex in the world, The Venetian and its sister property The Palazzo at the Venetian ***** (Rating 8.8/10) boast over 7,000 rooms. The Venetian is a ‘presenting partner’ of the Las Vegas Grand Prix, the Venetian offers several ticket and accommodation packages for the race next November
  • Wynn Las Vegas ***** (Rating 9/10): One of the most highly rated and luxurious resort hotel and casino complexes in Vegas, the Wynn has 15 on-site restaurants, 3 swimming pools and its own golf course. Encore at Wynn Las Vegas ***** (Rating 8.9/10) is also part of the same complex.

Mirage & Caesars Zone Hotels

Grandstands and hospitality suites are located in the Mirage and Caesars Zones on the outside of the straights between Turns 12-14. Please note that several of the recommended hotels below are located on the Las Vegas Monorail, which is open 24/7 during race week and makes getting around even easier. Here’s the best hotels close to the Mirage and Caesars Zone:

Affordable Hotels for the Las Vegas Grand Prix

From the best-known hotel and casino complexes located on or near The Las Vegas Strip, the cheapest rates offered in 2023 were offered by the Excalibur (from $250 per night). Other downtown hotels offering race weekend rooms at less than $300 per night include the Flamingo and Harrah’s.

For cheaper digs, you’ll need to look at properties away from the Las Vegas Strip. Staying away from downtown will also appeal to fans who want to escape the crowds and general craziness of The Strip, though in that case we’d question whether you should be attending this particular race at all!

If you want to save money on your room, but still be central, the downtown area just north of the strip – especially on and around Fremont Street – is a good place to look. You’ll still be in easy striking distance of the strip (10 minutes’ drive or an hour walk), and there’s plenty of nightlife and restaurants, but prices are cheaper. Downtown is generally safe, but we recommend sticking to main roads and not exploring too far off the beaten path, especially at night. The same advice applies to other parts of Vegas away from the Strip.

Stay Outside Las Vegas

If the above prices still exceed your budget, then you may consider staying in one of the cities close to Las Vegas. To the southeast, Henderson is probably your best bet. Around 30 minutes’ drive from The Strip, Henderson has a good selection of properties and plenty to see and do in its own right, though staying here will mean that you’ll need to hire a car to get to and from the Las Vegas Street Circuit. A little further afield, Boulder City is also worth considering for access to incredible hiking, hot spring and watersports, as well as Hoover Dam.

1 thought on “Where to Stay for the 2024 Las Vegas Grand Prix”

  1. Hi there,

    First off i am not sure if public opinion was asked before they started this F1 idea in Las Vegas but unfortunately it is already happening so I have to say this…. Being a survivor of Route 91 who is still living a broken life with PTSD among other issues due to being in the shooting, even 6 years later things will trigger me and I break down and have a panic attack and cry and all that ugly stuff and I know there are thousands out there still struggling and trying to move past this shooting but then you guys go and make a building with (and I hate saying his name) but with the name PADDOCK which is the shooters last name. It is EXTREMELY INSENSITIVE and when I saw that I got a really bad pain in my stomach and now my anxiety is through the roof. I understand the term is used in sports all the time however the term here means something different, especially here in Vegas because this is ground zero for where the shooting happened. Please consider changing the name or I will have to be forced to take legal action whether it’s petition or a lawsuit and I’m sure many other survivors will be on board with because even hearing/seeing the Paddock name is putting me in extreme emotional distress. I believe the site you also chose for this “paddock” building isn’t that far from the actual shooting location. This is an extremely insensitive decision you guys made to name it that and I really do hope you decide to change it because just being named that will always trigger that horrifying night many others and I had to go through. This really upsets me. Please seriously consider changing the name. I will take legal action because this very upsetting and I do not need anymore constant reminders of what I went through that dreadful night.

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