Meydan Racecourse and Meydan Hotel and its luxury.
Meydan Racecourse is a horse racing facility located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It opened on 27 March 2010, replacing Nad Al Sheba Racecourse, which formerly occupied the same site. It can accommodate over 60,000 spectators in a mile-long grandstand.
When not used for races it will serve as a business and conference integrated facility. A horse racing museum and gallery are also planned. The development also includes a nine-hole golf course.
The 7.5 million m² Meydan Racecourse includes Meydan Marina, The Meydan, the world’s first five-star trackside hotel with 285 rooms, two race tracks and the Grandstand, which comprises a hotel, restaurants, a racing museum and 72 corporate suites for entertaining throughout the year. It has a 2,400 m left-handed turf race track and a left-handed 8.75-furlong (1,750 m) Tapeta synthetic dirt course. It operates from November through March and features the Winter Racing Challenge, Dubai International Racing Carnival and the Dubai World Cup Night. The Dubai World Cup is the world’s richest race day with over US$26.25 million in prize money.