This terrace is situated on the 7th floor of the Beau Rivage building and is for the Exclusive use of 10 guests.
Monaco Grand Prix Hospitality
Monte Carlo | 25 - 28 May 2017
The Monaco Grand Prix is for many reasons motorsports' most desirable residence, making it unarguably the most glamorous and attractive motor race and the jewel in the F1 crown. Every driver aspires to stand on the top of the podium here. Ayrton Senna reigns supreme in the history books with 6 victories.
The Prestige of Monaco
The world renowned street circuit held its first Formula 1 race in 1950 and due to the warm climate, picturesque streets and stylish persona has become a favourite for many. With such tight corners and narrow sections it has become near impossible for overtaking, giving a greater importance to gaining pole position on the Saturday of qualifying. The circuit requires a great deal of skill and technical excellence to negotiate. Even the best have struggled here; Schumacher and Senna have both famously crashed into the Armco barriers.
As one of the world’s most fashionable sporting events, Monaco is a honey pot for celebrities and the rich. The event traditionally starts a day early on Thursday, with Friday notoriously a rest day providing you with the chance to explore the fabulous city of Monte Carlo.
Monaco Grand Prix Hospitality and Tickets
A number of hospitality packages are available at Monaco. Terrace hospitality has proven extremely popular and provides a great view of the circuit. The Beau Rivage building in particular is one of the most sought after and looks out over Sainte-Devote corner, the first turn off the start. Full dining options are provided with all packages. Those who opt for the Paddock Club package will be privileged enough to take part in a pit lane walk alongside the drivers as well.
With such allure surrounding Formula 1 there is no better way to impress clients. Monaco Grand Prix Hospitality is renowned for being the classiest of affairs and an excursion here will promote the image of success.
Contact DTB for more information about Monaco Grand Prix Hospitality.