Formula 1 Grand Prix to Finish in Abu Dhabi

Previous PostHaute Secrets: Pinrose’s Lovely Ladies Share Favorite SF Spots
Next PostCorey Feldman Celebrates His Bachelor Party in Las Vegas
Fireworks-marking-the-end-of-the-event-665x374
Formula 1 Finale from Yas Marina
Yas Marina Circuit will set the scene for the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on November 25-27, the last stop on the top race’s world tour this weekend. The race takes place the last weekend of November every year. It’s a good time to visit, temperatures finally sink down into the double digits and the glitterati are in town
Formula 1 Etihad
The race serves as the Formula 1 series finale with celebrations to match.  As the last race of the season, parties are in overdrive— populated by F1 drivers, ultra-wealthy VIPs and royalty. Prince Harry has been known to attend, and two years ago Princess Beatrice held a private party aboard a yacht in the marina. For a club-like scene, hit up the Amber Lounge, which travels with the Formula 1 Series around the world. It is ground zero for high-energy parties with live performances. This year, Rihanna and Lionel Ritchie will perform following the 55-lap race on Sunday, November 27.
Yas-Marina-an-amazing-superyacht-marina-situated-in-Abu-Dhabi-665x443
Yas Marina
Perhaps the best place to stay for proximity to all this fun on Yas Island is the Yas. The ultra-modern hotel’s rates top $2,000 a night, but it’s close to the action, overlooks the famed Yas Marina & Yacht Club and is situated on a stretch of the Yas Marina Circuit, where the big race takes place.
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers
But there are many other options too, including Jumeirah at Etihad Towers which offers a sleek, state-of-the-art experience in one of Etihad’s five gleaming towers. The Jumeirah hotel boasts a sky-high 63rd floor observation desk, its own beach, spa and multiple five-star restaurants including Rosewater, which offers the best brunch in Abu Dhabi, Tori No Su (award-winning Japanese), Bice, Li Beirut Brasserie Angelique and Ray’s Grill.
Etihad Towers
Etihad Towers
If you’re looking for a more gilded, old-world Middle Eastern experience, check out the opulent Emirates Palace just across the street. Indeed, staying here will make you feel like a member of the royal family, as this sprawling waterfront compound has views on the Persian Gulf, as well as its own golf course and a world-class spa resplendent with mosaics to make you feel like a sultan.
Emirates Palace
Emirates Palace
connect with haute living National
Loader