MGM Resorts unveils Bellagio Fountain Club ahead of F1 Las Vegas

Bellagio, MGM Resorts Las Vegas
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MGM Resorts has announced its latest offering for the F1 Las Vegas later this year, with tickets for its Bellagio Fountain Club now on sale. 

The Bellagio Fountain Club offers patrons ‘unrivaled’ track and fountain views, meet and greets with F1 ambassadors, unlimited food and drinks, master mixologists and access to private indoor hospitality. 

Taking place from Nov. 16-18 this year, F1 is heading to Las Vegas for the first time this year, with the grandstand outside the Bellagio fountain. 

Tickets for the Bellagio grandstand have now sold out, but MGM’s next luxury experience, the Bellagio Fountain Club, offers customers proximity to the racetrack from the Bellagio lake. 

Customers can receive transportation from the Bellagio to the Paddock and can also ride in the F1 racing simulators. 

“The Bellagio Fountain Club will marry the epic F1 experience with MGM Resorts’ unbelievable talents and iconic destinations, ultimately creating an exclusive and legendary race day experience right atop the resort’s Fountains,” said Steve Zanella, MGM Resorts’ Chief Commercial Officer. 

“This is just the beginning for F1 fans coming to Vegas. No one throws a party like our city, and we’re primed to make the Formula 1 Las Vegas Grand Prix the world’s most sought-after race experience. We will have more news to share for 2023 and are incredibly excited to build upon this year’s race for years to come.”

Featuring in the Bellagio Fountain Club will be a lineup of celebrity chefs from MGM’s portfolio including Mario Carbone, David Chang, Michael Mina, Masaharu Morimoto, Bryan & Michael Voltaggio and Jean-Georges Vongerichten, who will prepare food for Club customers. 

Zanella added: “Demand for the Bellagio Grandstands was spectacular and those packages sold out quickly. Guests still have the opportunity to enjoy the race from the exclusive Bellagio Fountain Club, which we believe provides one of the best viewing settings in all of sports, coupled with an overall experience to match.”