This Luxe $5,250,000 Las Vegas Residence Is the Perfect Perch for Viewing the Formula One Race

On Friday, November 17, Formula 1 engines will roar to life on the Las Vegas Strip for the first time since 1982. Excitement in Sin City is at an all-time high. The cost for viewing packages has reached into the thousands, while hotels like Bellagio, Caesears, Palms and Wynn are offering luxury accommodations and perks. But if you prefer to watch the race in high-style and from the privacy of your own perch, perhaps there's another option: this dazzling $5,250,000 furnished residence set on the 42nd floor of the Waldorf Astoria in the LEED-certified City Center Campus listed by Diane Varney of Coldwell Banker Premier Realty in Las Vegas.
Featuring breathtaking north-facing views and unobstructed views of Las Vegas Boulevard (with plenty of vantage points to catch the red-hot speeding cars below), the 2,756-square-foot residence in the sky is a showpiece of sophistication. Two primary suites, plus a den and sweeping open living and entertaining spaces define the floorplan. The den can be fully enclosed -- so the space can live like a third bedroom, if needed, according to Varney. "The views are really spectacular. You can see the brand-new Madison Square Garden Sphere in its majesty of color and virtual design displays all night! North-facing views are towards Bellagio and Paris, which are a must-see at night to fully appreciate the glamour of the city lights!" The building itself brings all of Waldorf Astoria-caliber luxury to your doorstep: a Forbes five-star rated spa and fitness center with a yoga room, plus unrestricted 24/7 owner access to the gym, a tea room, and lounge on 23rd floor as well as concierge services at the exclusive entrance. A new hotel lobby was just unveiled in 2023. "This is a hard-to-find unit due to its size, location, and views," adds Varney. "You have to see it in person to truly appreciate it."  


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