Singapore Grand Prix Luxury Private Jet Card Package
Taking place on the streets of Singapore, the Singapore Grand Prix is one of the highlights of the F1 calendar with both the thrill of a street race and the excitement of a night race. We’ve put together a package for our Jet Card clients, with a stay at one of the most luxurious hotels in the city, as well as access to the Paddock Club and dining at one of the top 50 restaurants in the world.
The Patina, Capitol is one of the most luxurious hotels to be found in Singapore. Set within the Capitol lifestyle development, it spans two restored historic buildings in the Civic and Cultural District. Within the hotel you’ll find the beautiful Eru restaurant, delivering sumptuous Peruvian cuisine with an open kitchen. There’s also the EruBar, where you’ll find an array of colourful cocktails as well as plenty of Peruvian flavours. There’s also a spa, fitness centre and relaxation pool. With 134 rooms and 23 suites, there’s a real sense of exclusivity at The Patina. Rooms are chic and classically luxurious, with plenty of neutral shades, textures and artwork. Each room also has a Nespresso coffee machine, Apple TV and two iPads.
The Paddock Club for the Singapore Formula One Grand Prix is located in the upper section of the Pit building and includes a private roof terrace, lounge, restaurant and bar. You’ll have access to a three day pass which also offers daily pit walks, and can watch all the action unfold from either the terrace or the private grandstand. Access to the paddock club commences at 3pm and guests will enjoy canapes and free drinks, including Mumm Champagne and fine wines, until a three course dinner later. You’ll also be invited to an array of post-race concerts; some presided over by the most influential DJs and entertainers around. Enjoy mingling with other racing enthusiasts as you become part of one of the most exclusive club at the Singapore F1.
For nouvelle French cuisine in the heart of Singapore, head to Restaurant ANDRÉ, rated one of the top 50 restaurants in the world. The cuisine is outstanding, both in taste and presentation, with Andre Chiang implementing the concept of octophilosophy to ensure his food dazzles. In this, eight elements: texture, memory, pure, terroir, unique, salt, south, and artisan, and used to create dishes that involve all of the senses. Menu highlights in the past have included baby squid stuffed with ratatouille, torched horse mackerel and cured scallops three ways in tiger milk. Bookings are a must, and the restaurant closes if Andre himself is not there, so be sure to check and book before you travel.