10 Best Places to Watch Formula One Racing in Las Vegas

Jul 20, 2023

10 Best Places to Watch Formula 1 Racing in Las Vegas
By Westgate Resorts

10 Best Places to Watch Formula One Racing in Las Vegas

Add this to your growing list of Las Vegas fun facts: The Formula One Grand Prix will take place on November 16-18, 2023, at the Las Vegas Street Circuit. And you can be there to witness it unfold live.

Many people visit Sin City for Las Vegas nightlife, but F1 fans will flood The Strip to soak in the experience of watching their favorite drivers barrel down the track. The race in Vegas will be part of the 2023 Formula One World Championship, the 74th F1 championship in history.

Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023

Watching Formula 1 Racing in Las Vegas

Getting to see the F1 race in Las Vegas for yourself is a life-changing experience. But getting to see it in the ritz and luxury of a Vegas hotel? Talk about paradise on Earth. These are the best spots to take in the race this November, and they just so happen to be among the top locations in the city as well.

1 | Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino | Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino is one of the best hotels adjacent to The Strip, and it’s offering a special Formula 1 package that includes a $100 food and beverage credit, live entertainment, discount monorail tickets and luxurious rooms.

In addition to a convenient location from the F1 racetrack, Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino is also home to the world’s largest race and sports book, The SuperBook® Westgate Las Vegas! Here, you can watch legends come alive on the incredible 220-by-18-foot panoramic 4K video wall.

This is the best option for those who want the complete F1 race Las Vegas experience without the price of paying for tickets to the track.

WHERE: 3000 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: (702) 732-5111



Las Vegas Nightlife: 10 Hot Spots You Shouldn't Miss

12 Top Las Vegas Restaurants with a View to Remember

The 6 Most Talked About Zip Lines in Las Vegas to Experience for Yourself

2 | The Paddock Club | Enter the exclusive F1 Paddock Club Las Vegas, the only destination by Formula One Hospitality where you can get up-close views of every start line. The club rests right above the pit line, so you could only get closer to the action by being on the track yourself.

Hear the roar of the engines as they soar past the club and enjoy watching the complete race on the big screen as you receive five-star service from a dedicated team of waiters and bar staff.

The cost of Paddock Club tickets includes a personal tour of the F1 track, a pit lane walk and the chance to sit in on interviews with competing and future drivers. All the while, you’ll have access to world-class live culinary experiences, including meals prepared by five-star chefs and wine and food pairings.

WHERE: Corner of Harmon Avenue and Koval Lane, Las Vegas, NV, 89109 | WHO: (888) 326-5430


3 | East Harmon Zone Grandstands | If you want to witness the exhilaration of each start and finish, then there’s no better place to be than the East Harmon Zone. There is seated viewing with TV coverage that offers phenomenal views of team garages, the starting grid, team garages, the pit lane and, of course, the start and finish line.

Be there when the Las Vegas Grand Prix kicks off and watch with your own eyes as the winners cross the finish line. If you have grandstand tickets, you’ll also have access to all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic drinks throughout the race.

Now that general admission is completely sold out, those who want to watch the Grand Prix will need to explore ticket packages in other parts of the track. This can include the East Harmon Zone, West Harmon Zone and even the premium clubs hosting exclusive viewing events.

WHERE: Formula 1 East Harmon Zone, Las Vegas, NV | WHO: N/A

4 | West Harmon Zone Grandstands | There are three grandstands in the West Harmon Zone. The HG1 Grandstand in the West Harmon Zone will offer you fantastic views of the Harmon Straight. Watch as the cars zoom toward turn 17 before crossing the finish line and enjoy views of the pit lane entry.

HG2 features the same views, but it is closer to the turn and the smallest out of the group. Finally, HG3 puts you closest to turn 17, so you can feel the roar of the engines and experience the excitement as your favorite driver reaches the turn on their race to the finish line.

Grandstand tickets include three-day access to the event and all-inclusive food and non-alcoholic beverages.

WHERE: Formula 1 West Harmon Zone, Las Vegas, NV | WHO: N/A

5 | Bellagio Fountain Club | The Bellagio Fountain Club features an exclusive three-day access pass with track and fountain views, meet and greets with F1 ambassadors, unlimited club access and an unlimited menu prepared by renowned chefs, as well as a bar with selections handpicked by master mixologists and some of the world’s greatest sommeliers.

The steep price of $11,247 per person makes this a luxury investment that most fans will not be able to afford. Luckily, there is a slightly less expensive package for seating in the East Harmon Zone with four-day access and complimentary food and non-alcoholic drinks for $2,827 per person.

WHERE: 3730 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89158 | WHO: (702) 590-7111


6 | The Platinum Hotel & Spa | If you’re looking for Las Vegas hotels with racetrack views, then The Platinum is a great place to start. Conveniently between Turns 4 and 5, some rooms will have great views of the straight and fantastic shots of drivers rounding turns.

Ask for accommodations with the best race views when you book and spend the day enjoying the F1 excitement buzzing throughout The Strip. The location is also great for enjoying some of the top date ideas in Las Vegas, like riding the High Roller and pampering yourselves at the Platinum’s spa.

WHERE: 211 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89169 | WHO: (702) 365-5000


7 | T-Mobile Zone at The MSG Sphere | The Formula One Grand Prix will speed past Las Vegas' new addition, The MSG Sphere. It's a great viewing area for race fans due to its location near Koval Road and Sands Avenue. Standing room only areas are available for fans who show up early. Tickets in the grandstands are costing some fans $2,000 and up.

WHERE: 255 Sands Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89169 | WHO: (725) 258-6724


8 | The Cromwell | The rooftop of The Cromwell will be an excellent spot to take in the race. The exclusive boutique hotel features 188 rooms and a rooftop that will offer great track views throughout the Grand Prix.

Stylish suites with luxury finishes make relaxing after a long day on The Strip all the better. And let’s not forget the great location. You’ll be able to walk down the street and find plenty of the best Las Vegas food trucks during your visit.

WHERE: 3595 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: (702) 777-3777


9 | The High Roller | If you want to see the Las Vegas Grand Prix, why not see it from above? The High Roller is an iconic Las Vegas observation wheel that soars 550 feet above the ground and is the largest of its kind in North America. Grab a seat on this larger-than-life observation wheel and watch the fast cars speed by from a bird's-eye view!

WHERE: 3545 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: (855) 234-7469


10 | Nobu Hotel | The Nobu Hotel at Caesars Palace is known for delivering exquisite amenities in lavish Japanese-inspired rooms.

Access to the famous restaurant by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa makes it a worthwhile stay any time of year, but it will be especially worthwhile if you visit during the Grand Prix. Book a strip-view room on a high floor to get the best vantage point!

WHERE: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 | WHO: (800) 727-4923


Use Our Handy Map to Find Your Way Around!

You May Also Like:

The Ultimate Guide to Las Vegas Shows to Open in 2023

20 Date Ideas Las Vegas Couples Love!

The 10 Best Tattoo Shops on The Las Vegas Strip

Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix 2023

Last Tips for Formula 1 Race Viewing in Las Vegas

Book early to ensure you can get a room with a good view, as fans have already begun to buy out skyboxes, grandstand tickets and even entire restaurants to witness the action.

If you can’t get access to the race, don’t worry. There will still be plenty of amazing Las Vegas sports bars hosting viewing events.

For travel tips and guides to Las Vegas and other premier destinations, visit our Westgate Resorts Travel Blog.


17 Fun Facts About Las Vegas That Will Make Think

At Westgate Resorts, when you Check-In, there’s a LOT to Check-Out! Your vacation awaits! Start planning your next vacation today or talk with a vacation planner at 888-852-2959 or 407-355-2690.

* Westgate Resorts is in no way affiliated with the attractions featured in this article. Items or places listed are current as of the publishing date of this article. Please call or visit the respective website for the most up-to-date offerings and details.

When You Check-in, There's a Lot to Check Out

Sign up for our newsletter and check-in to great offers, secret stuff, and special events.

Thank You for Signing Up!

Exciting things are headed your way soon!