Hungary F1 Hotels

The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place in Budapest, one of the most beloved cities in Europe. With centrally located accommodation a half hour drive from the circuit, Budapest is an ideal place to soak up the magic of a Formula One weekend.

Our favourite hotel in Budapest is the Four Seasons Gresham Palace. Located on the banks of the Danube River, by the Chain Bridge, the hotel offers stunning views of the city as well as the famous Buda Castle. Gresham Palace itself is adorned in Art Nouveau styling, making it is as classy as it is beautiful. You can expect 5-star treatment with a full fitness suite, gourmet dining, and a fantastic bar where you can meet the other VIP guests.  Budapest is awash with great hotels; our experience can make sure you are situated in the very best.

Budapest is an enchanting place that has long summer days, stretching out into lovely evenings. There are numerous restaurants lining the streets where you can relax and unwind until nightfall. Budapest is also the only large city in the world with natural thermal spas; we recommend Gellert baths with its classical styling and remarkable variety. After a pulsating day of race action, Margaret Island situated in the Danube, is also a great place to settle down with its quiet and striking parkland areas.

Our hospitality experience can greatly enhance your weekend. We can get you close to the drivers, ensuring the utmost in quality for your stay in a variety of places. We are happy to sort out your hotels with Hungary corporate hospitality packages, Budapest GP hospitality, as well as the Budapest F1 Paddock Club. Let us create the weekend around you.

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