Accommodation – Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku

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Where to stay for the 2020 Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku on June 5-7.

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Since the Azerbaijan Grand Prix is a street race in the center of the city, you’ll have the best experience staying downtown. There’s a good selection of hostels, apartments and hotels to choose from in Baku, but it’s not the biggest city, so you’ll need to book early to get the best hotels at the most competitive prices. Don’t discount staying outside the city center if you want to save some money;  Baku is well served by public transport, including a metro system.

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Salam Hostel Baku

  • Free WiFi & cooking facilities
  • Near the Bulvar and walking distance to the circuit
  • Dorm bed for €13 per night

Centrum Hostel

  • 300 metres from Fountain Square with on-site bar
  • Bunk bed in mixed dormitory €10 per night

Main Street Hostel

  • iPad docking and flat screen TVs in bedrooms
  • Bunk bed in mixed dormitory €7 per night, private rooms also available


Hasanovs Villa

  • Garden, shared living room and shared kitchen
  • Triple room €32 per night including breakfast

Swan Hotel

  • Walking distance to the circuit and many of the city’s best sites
  • Double room €82 per night

Old Castle Boutique Hotel

  • Well-rated 4 star hotel within walking distance of the track
  • Double room from €95 per night with breakfast


Grand Hotel Europe

  • Old school 5-star hotel with great views and outdoor swimming pool
  • Deluxe double room from €135 per night including breakfast

Ramada Baku Hotel

  • Private beach, rooms with minibar & flat screen TVs
  • Standard twin room €212 per night with breakfast

Winter Park Hotel

  • Modern luxury within walking distance of the circuit
  • Standard double with breakfast from €355 per night

Where do you recommend staying in Baku? Leave a comment!

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  1. James Lackie says:

    Hi Alice,

    I’m wondering how to find a rental apartment the overlooks the actual race course in Baku. What reputable sites would you recommend? Alternatively, I would also be interested in your opinion of the best viewing seats/grandstands for buying tickets for the race?

    • Editor says:

      Hi James, for finding an apartment overlooking the circuit, I’m really not sure. I suggest checking Airbnb and contacting the owners to ask. Marie Misso, who wrote a 2017 Azerbaijan GP trip report for us, stayed in Don Dar Hotel last year with a room overlooking the circuit. As for grandstands, the views are not fantastic from any of them to be honest. I’d go for Icheri Sheher, with a view of the old city walls.

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