Starwood offers F1 experience to preferred guests

Meet-and-greet and pit lane walk at Abu Dhabi grand prix up for grabs

Steven Taylor, vice president marketing, EAME, Starwood Hotels & Resorts
Steven Taylor, vice president marketing, EAME, Starwood Hotels & Resorts

Starwood has announced it is offering members of its Starwood Preferred Guests (SPG) programme the chance to win a unique Formula One experience in Abu Dhabi.

As part of its Ramadan Giving contest, one lucky winner can take a friend to stay at the soon-to-open St. Regis Abu Dhabi, complete with full-day VIP passes for the grand prix in November.

The winner will also have a meet-and-greet with one of the Mercedes AMG Petronas drivers and access to the pit lane during the pit lane walk.

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Steven Taylor, vice president marketing, EAME, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, said: “This is a truly unique opportunity for our SPG members and any motoring enthusiast who would like to experience Formula One VIP access like no other. SPG strives to give our members the opportunity to experience the extraordinary with family and friends.”

To enter the competition, SPG members can nominate a friend they’d like to take on the F1 experience during their dining experience, explaining why they should win.

Each property in the Middle East will submit the best entry they receive, and they winner will be announced in September. All runners up will also receive a complimentary dining experience for two in the hotel where they registered.

 

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