Race Day Hospitality | F1 Monaco Grand Prix 2022 | Guest Information
The Green Room | Sunday 29th May 2022
The Green Room Yacht
Race DAY ITINERARY
ARRIVAL AT FONTVIEILLE, MONACO
(Please note it is important for all guests to arrive on time as Green Room guests have been pre-allocated tender transfers – should you arrive late you may be subject to a wait for an available tender).
Tender transfers to the yacht will be made available to Green Room guests upon arrival
A dedicated member of staff will be in situ upon your arrival at the port
Guests will be transferred to the yacht in groups of x12 guests per tender
(Please note that the Fontvieille will be extremely busy, and guest may have to wait briefly for the tenders to arrive at the jetty)
A gourmet buffet style lunch will be made available
13.00 – 13.30 Drivers Parade
14.20 – 14.30 Starting Grid Setup
14.44 National Anthem
15.00 Monaco F1 (approx. 5pm finish)
Tender transfers from The Green Room yacht to the Fontvieille, Monaco
(All guests will receive dedicated confirmed tender transfer timings closer to the event – please note that it is important that guests take note of their return tender times)
I HAVE A SPECIAL REQUEST OR A DIETARY, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Should you have any dietary or access requests or concerns, please email our guest experience team on email@example.com
HOW TO GET TO THE FONTVIEILLE, MONACO
BY CAR / TAXI
The recommended form of transport to the Fontvieille Harbour is via car or taxi. Should you be travelling from Nice, Uber does operate from this area however does not operate on the return from Monaco to Nice. The best location for drop off and collection is outside the Moshi Moshi restaurant. 32 Quai Jean-Charles Rey, 98000 Monaco
Please note it is the responsibility of the customer on their preference on transfers and travel.
Gare de Nice Ville to Monaco-Monte-Carlo.
Please note there are many road closures around Monaco including near the train station so please allow enough time to navigate around the closures to the Fontvieille Harbour.
WHERE IS THE GREEN ROOM YACHT LOCATED?
The Green Room Yacht is located in Zone Two within Port Hercules.
HOW IS THE YACHT ACCESSED & CAN I GET ON AND OFF?
The yacht will be moored in the middle of the port and can only be accessed via tender. Therefore, there will not be a pontoon or jetty for guests to get on and off the yacht throughout the day. Should an emergency occur, or you or your party need to leave the yacht suddenly, please ensure you speak to a member of staff from Hospitality Finder on the day.
All guests will receive dedicated tender transfer timings in advance of the event.
Guests will be transferred to the yacht in groups of x12 guests per tender
(Please note that the Fontvieille will be extremely busy, and guests may have to wait briefly for the tenders to arrive at the jetty).
Your hospitality passes will be sent to you via post. Please note that regrettably, lost or stolen passes cannot be replaced under any circumstances.
is smoking permitted on the yacht?
Only when you are on the deck and within the exterior areas is smoking allowed. Please use the ash trays provided to dispose of ash.
During the weekend, you are advised to wear comfortable smart / casual clothing.
ARE SHOES PERMITTED ON THE YACHT
Shoes are permitted on the yacht; however, we do ask guests to refrain from wearing stiletto heels or any shoes which may cause damage to any flooring. The yacht has been carpeted internally and externally for your convenience.
WHERE WILL I BE ABLE TO WATCH THE RACE?
There will be two dedicated screens on the yacht where guests will be able to catch all the live action of the race.
IS THERE WIFI ONBOARD?
Wi-Fi onboard is very limited and within the port of Monaco internet signal will not be guaranteed due to the volume of spectators.
AMBER LOUNGE – DINING
Lounge style dining ‘Al Fresco’ directly next to the beach. The in-house restaurant will tantalize your taste buds with a delicious Asian style menu, accompanied by unlimited fine wines!
amber lounge after parties
After Party – a vibrant concept, with non-stop International DJs, live performances by the hottest artists from around the world as well as Drummers, Saxophonist and free-flowing Champagne all night long.
F1 Driver Post Race Party is the most anticipated night of the weekend where F1 drivers and teams gather for post-race celebrations with Iconic live acts, DJ’s and unlimited Champagne.
CASINO OF MONTE-CARLO
This opulently decorated marble and bronze casino has all the glitz and glamour that has made this city famous.
STARS’N’BARS was created 24 years ago by Kate Powers and Didier Rubiolo, who saw a need for a family-oriented restaurant in a principality famous for its casinos, Formula 1 races and luxury yachts.
Beefbar Monaco has been a home to all meat lovers since 2005.With its elegant architecture, chilled atmosphere and gorgeous view on the Fontvieille port, Beefbar Monaco is a true tasting experience thanks to a menu based on simplicity and high-quality ingredients.
To walk in the door of the Buddha-Bar Monte-Carlo is to take a trip to faraway Asia. The warm colours, Buddha statue and lounge ambience are perfect for relaxing and having a great time. Thai and Japanese cuisine are showcased in a menu that mixes Asian flavours.
LOUIS XV WITH DUCASSE AT THE HOTEL DE PARIS
It is here, at the Louis XV – Alain Ducasse at the Hotel de Paris, in a completely renewed décor, that a unique culinary repertoire is expressed whose Riviera is always the prodigal inspiration.
JOEL REBLUCHON AT THE METROPOLE HOTEL MONTE-CARLO
The Mediterranean-inspired menu created by Joël Robuchon promises an unforgettable gastronomic experience. The authentic and enticing cuisine champions fresh, high quality products and produce. Thanks to its open kitchen, the two Michelin-starred restaurant allows guests to admire Executive Chef Christophe Cussac and his team prepare dishes in a flawlessly orchestrated performance. Open every day except on Wednesday for lunch from 12.15pm to 2pm and dinner from 7.30 pm to 10.30 pm.
In a Japanese atmosphere, designed by the architects Humbert & Poyet, where marble, wood, blue and gold become one. Toshimi Takiya -graduated from the Tsuji school, and the former sushi chef expresses her creativity by imagining and preparing dishes mixing Japanese traditional cuisine & Mediterranean ingredients.
Top attractions in Nice and Monaco
OLD TOWN, NICE
Address: 06000 Nice, France
This historic part of Nice feels like a medieval village with narrow streets curving between old buildings with red-tile roofs, small restaurants and open-markets.
PROMENADE DES ANGLAIS, NICE
The Promenade des Anglais, which is more than just a grand walkway next to the Mediterranean: It’s been an integral part of Nice city life since this embankment was built in the 1820s.
The promenade bends for seven kilometres, and on the eastern side is skirted by regal 19th-century palaces.
Address: Avenue Nicolas II, 06000 Nice France
This Russian cathedral was built in the early 20th century in honour of the son of Aleksandr II tsarevich Nicolai, who died in Nice after failing to recover from tuberculosis.
OCEANOGRAPHIC MUSEUM OF MONACO
Address: Avenue Saint Martin, Monte-Carlo 98000 Monaco
Aquariums, exhibitions, games and relaxation…the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco lets you dive into the marine world. From aquariums to its shark lagoon, passing through the Turtle Island located on the panoramic terrace, it offers a unique opportunity to know, love and protect the oceans. A crossroads between Art and Science, this Temple of the Sea is home to over 6,000 specimens and priceless collections of Natural History.
Address: Place du Palais, Monaco-Ville 98015 Monaco
Bask in the unabashed opulence of this palace, decked out in colored marbles and gold plating.
Address: 4 Rue Colonel Bellando Castro, Monaco-Ville 98000 Monaco
Magnificent cathedral, built from 1875 to 1901, is the last home of the ruling Princes and Princess Grace of Monaco . Several important 16th century paintings are on exhibition and the cathedral also houses the relics of St. Devote, Patron Saint of The Princely Family and Monégasques. A gorgeous organ built in 2011 with more than 7000 pipes and 4 keyboards is one of the most powerful in the world.