Yas Hotel Abu Dhabi preps for 10th anniversary edition of F1 Weekend

The hotel has a slew of events lined up to take place from November 22-25, 2018

Yas Hotel Abu Dhabi.
Yas Hotel Abu Dhabi.

Yas Hotel Abu Dhabi is gearing up for the 10th anniversary edition of the Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. To celebrate the occasion, the hotel has a slew of events lines up to take place from November 22-25, 2018.

Guests can choose to have brunch at Origins, Atayeb or Kazu with prices starting at AED 450 (US $ 122.52) with front-row racing views as well as concert tickets scheduled to take place after the races at du Arena.

The race weekend brunch rates for Origins, Atayeb and Kazu are as follows:

  • Thursday: Starting from AED 450 per person including du Arena concert tickets to see Post Malone
  • Friday and Saturday: Starting from AED 650 ($176.97) per person indoor seating and AED950 per person outdoor seating, including du Arena concert tickets to see The Weeknd (Friday) and Sam Smith (Saturday).

The hotel is also offering a package for AED 5,400 ($1,470) per night which includes complimentary breakfast, access the Pit Lane Walk on Thursday November 22, access to the Oasis Areas of Yas Marina Circuit from November 22-25 and entry to the four post-race concerts in du Arena with performances by The Weeknd, Sam Smith and Guns N’ Roses, and Post Malone.

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