Australian Grand Prix
The Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix is held in March each year around Melbourne's Albert Park Lake. This exciting race is the first formula 1 event for the year. The lake surrounded by a Golf course and park land is just south of the city centre. If you are looking for accommodation in Melbourne for the Grand Prix you can choose to stay near the circuit or just as easily stay in the city which is only a 10 minute drive away. Trams also operate in the area from both the city and St. Kilda.
Grand Prix Accommodation
Below is a sample of accommodation in Melbourne for the Grand Prix. To book hotels click on the picture. To book and compare a more comprehensive list of accommodation in Melbourne click the blue buttons.
Accommodation near Grand Prix on the South Side of Melbourne
The Langham Hotel is one of the most elegant hotels in Melbourne. Set on the edge of the Yarra River in Southbank. You will not only enjoy the convenience of the location but the excellence of the service and ambiance as well. Make sure you sample one of their famous buffet breakfasts.
Accommodation near Grand Prix at Albert Park
Seasons Heritage Melbourne
Studios and fully self contained one bedroom apartments are available.
Park Regis Griffin Suites
The Park Regis is in an excellent location near the Grand Prix.
They provide hotel rooms and one and two bedroom apartments which are decorated in stylish contemporary furnishings.
There is a bar and restaurant on site.
Accommodation near Grand Prix at St. Kilda
Medina Executive St. Kilda
This property is near the site of the Australian Grand Prix surrounded by cosmopolitan bookshops, cafes and restaurants.
Melbourne city and the beach is just a tram ride away.
Novotel Melbourne St. Kilda
Just 6kms form the city this resort style hotel overlooking St. Kilda Beach is an amazing location. If you are looking for accommodation near the Australian Grand Prix and close to a beach, this is perfect. St. Kilda is so cosmopolitan with the best Melbourne has to offer in, cafes, quaint restaurants, Sunday Arts and Craft market and quirky boutique shopping.