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The extravagant Las Vegas GP package that costs $5 million

If you are wanting the lavish and extravagant for the Las Vegas Grand Prix, look no further than the Caesars Palace.

The famous Caesars Palace hotel in Las Vegas is offering F1 fans an 'ultimate' experience for the upcoming race in 2023. The package which sets you back a measly $5 million will give you an impressive VIP experience unlike anything else. For that amount fans can expect a room in the 10,300 square-foot Nobu Sky Villa which has three bedrooms and an outdoor space overlooking the world famous Las Vegas strip. You can also expect a personally created special menu and private dinner by Michelin-starred Chef Nobu Matsuhisa. "Leaning into the unrivalled view the Nobu Sky Villa offers, we have created a package to meet the dynamic energy and prestige this historic weekend of racing will bring to the city," said Sean McBurney, Regional President for Caesars Entertainment. "Tapping into our rich network of amenities and world-class talent, the Emperor Package, mixing unmatched views, direct access and best-in-class service, will be the ultimate experience for some very lucky racing fans that cannot be duplicated."

A $5 million experience

In addition to the private dinner and access to the Nobu Hotel Sky Villa, punters will also receive: 12 tickets to the F1 Paddock Club A personal driver and Rolls-Royce for the entirety of the stay A choice of any spa service for six guests in the villa's private treatment room by artisans from the award-winning Qua Baths & Spa Personal VIP host to coordinate experiences at all Caesars Entertainment's Las Vegas resorts, including food and beverage offerings across the city and OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace Immediate Seven Star Caesars Rewards Tier Status Short on a couple of mil? Here is what $1 million will get you .

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