Accommodation – Malaysian Grand Prix

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The best budget, mid-range and luxury accommodation close to Sepang and in Kuala Lumpur for the Malaysia Formula 1 Grand Prix.

The Malaysian Formula 1 Grand Prix will not be held beyond 2017, but this guide is still relevant for fans attending other races at the Sepang circuit, including MotoGP.

The Sepang circuit is located close to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), which means there are plenty of airport hotels nearby. However, to get the most out of your weekend at the Malaysia Grand Prix, we recommend staying in the center of vibrant Kuala Lumpur and taking the train to the circuit each day. Kuala Lumpur is a world-class city with an excellent range of accommodation at competitive prices.

ACCOMMODATION NEAR SEPANG

Tune Hotel KLIA2

  • Located right next to the low cost Air Asia terminal, which also has shopping and food outlets
  • Double room from $110 USD

Sama Sama Hotel KLIA

  • Well-rated airport hotel; connected to the KLIA terminal by a sky bridge
  • Double rooms from $150 USD per night

Sri Enstek Hotel

  • A clean, modern and budget-friendly hotel, less than a 10 minute drive from the Sepang circuit
  • Double room from under $30 USD per night

DOWNTOWN KUALA LUMPUR ACCOMMODATION

All our accommodation recommendations are located in central Kuala Lumpur, close to or within the ‘golden triangle’ area of the city where you will find the best shopping, dining, nightlife and attractions that KL city has to offer. Hotels in the region of KL Sentral are most convenient for Sepang, as there are regular fast trains to the airport and circuit. Staying a short monorail ride away in Bukit Bintang also works.

BUDGET

Paper Plane Hostel

  • Great location in Bukit Bintang, close to Berjaya Times Square
  • Private bunk in small dormitory room from $30 USD per night

Hotel Sentral Pudu

  • Budget option in the center, close to shopping and nightlife. Close to Hang Tuah Monorail & LRT Station.
  • Double room from $25 USD per night

Frenz Hotel

  • Cheap and clean, centrally located close to the monorail
  • Air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi.
  • Double rooms from $35 USD per night

MID-RANGE

Swiss Garden Hotel

  • Although a little dated, this is still a decent centrally located hotel within walking distance of many sights as well as public transport.
  • Double room from $55 USD per night

GTower Hotel

  • The GTower is a modern mid-range hotel in central KL which offers free Wi-Fi and is a short stroll from the Petronas Twin Towers.
  • Double rooms from $70 USD per night

Ansa Kuala Lumpur

  • Right in the heart of the shopping and nightlife district downtown.
  • Only 100m from the Bukit Bintang monorail station.
  • Double rooms from $100 USD per night

LUXURY

Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpur

  • 5-star luxury just 5 minutes walk from the Petronas Twin Towers
  • Beautiful views and 6 on-site restaurants!
  • Double room from $105 USD per night

Mandarin Oriental Hotel

  • Located in the shadow of the Petronas Twin Towers and close to the KL city park, the Mandarin Oriental sets the standard for five-star hotels in the city
  • Double rooms from $140 USD per night

Grand Millennium

  • 5 star hotel with easy access to nearby shopping, restaurants and nightlife.
  • 200m from the Bukit Bintang monorail station
  • Double rooms from $160 USD per night

Where do you like to stay for the Malaysian Grand Prix? Tell us in the comments below.

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