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Where to stay for the 2021 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal

The best places to stay in Montreal for the 2021 Canadian Grand Prix on June 11-13, including budget, mid-range and luxury accommodation.

 

Support the future development of F1Destinations by reserving your accommodation through the Booking.com links on this page.  All prices are stated below in $CAD, unless otherwise indicated. You can also add accommodation and circuit transfers to your Official Ticket Package from F1 Experiences. All images © F1Destinations.com. The Editor attended the 2019 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.

It’s hard to avoid the ‘F1 surcharge’ for accommodation on Grand Prix weekend in Montreal, but the good news is that it’s a big city with plenty of places to stay for fans on all budgets. As always, it pays to book well in advance. With an efficient metro and public transport system, most central areas of Montreal are worth considering for your Grand Prix accommodation, especially downtown near the Berri UQAM interchange metro station, which is just one stop from the circuit. More information in Getting There & Around. Other areas worth considering include Old Montreal and the hipster enclave of Plateau Mont Royal, where you will find lots of cool cafes, restaurants and bars.

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Budget Accommodation Recommendations

Samesun Montreal Central

  • Well rated youth hostel with mixed and female-only dorms
  • Near St Catherine Street’s bars and restaurants and a 10 minute walk to the vibrant Latin Quarter. Close to Berri UQAM metro station
  • Dorms from $60 CAD per night

Le Gîte du Plateau-Mont-Royal Hostel

  • Close to restaurants and nightlife on St-Laurent and St-Denis streets. Ten minute walk to Berri Uqam Metro Station
  • Dorm beds from $35 CAD per night with free continental breakfast

Résidences UQAM Ouest

  • Apartments are part of the Université du Québec à Montréal complex
  • Excellent location in the city centre close to Place des Arts Metro station
  • Self-contained studio for $130 CAD per night

Mid-Range Accommodation Recommendations

Hotel Abri du Voyageur

  • Close to the Old Town and Latin Quarter, 5 mins walk from Saint-Laurent metro station
  • Free Wi-Fi and cable TV
  • Budget double with shared bathroom from $220 CAD per night

La Tour Belvédѐre

  • Central location; 100m from Atwater Metro Station, one block from restaurants and bars on St Catherine Street
  • Studios for two are $225 CAD per night with fully equipped kitchens and private balconies

Hotel les Suites Labelle

  • A well-rated three-star hotel in the Latin Quarter, close to Berri-UQAM
  • Clean rooms with Wi-Fi, kitchenette and new bathrooms
  • Studio for four (two double beds) from $350 CAD per night including breakfast.

Luxury Accommodation Recommendations

Hilton Garden Inn Montreal Centre-Ville

  • Great central location close to many sights and public transport options
  • Restaurant, gym & indoor rooftop swimming pool
  • King room (or Queen with two double beds, for two couples) for approx $425 CAD per night

Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Downtown

  • A recognized international brand with a good downtown location, 8 minutes from the Underground City and within walking distance of many sights and nightlife
  • Indoor rooftop swimming pool
  • Spacious king room from $540 CAD per night

Hotel Le Crystal Montreal

  • Convenient downtown location close to Old Montreal, as well as shopping, restaurants and nightlife
  • Spacious rooms with excellent amenities
  • Superior Queen Suite with kitchenette from $750 CAD per night  

Where do you stay in Montreal on Grand Prix weekend? Leave a comment!

10 thoughts on “Where to stay for the 2021 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal”

    1. Hi David, it’s best to stay downtown, which is really close to the circuit and has the best atmosphere. I recommend buying your Paddock Club tickets from F1 Experiences. They offer accommodation at the Hyatt Regency as an addon, with transfers to and from the circuit included. Learn more here.

  1. Hello, I have one wish. To attend a formula one race. Closest I’ve ever been is Mario’s garage and the Lotus. I did part time work for ESPN as a kid. Anyway. I need to be close since I had a knee replacement two months back. And of course have limit on costs. Any advise for two to stay and I’ll just buy general admission. Thanks for your time John

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