Where to stay for the 2021 United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas

The best budget, mid-range and luxury accommodation in Austin, Texas for the 2021 United States Grand Prix.

Please Note: The 2020 United States Grand Prix (originally scheduled for October 23-25) has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. This post will be updated with current accommodation information when dates are announced for the 2021 United States Grand Prix. Support the future development of F1Destinations by reserving your accommodation through the Booking.com links on this page. We also recommend Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences.

Austin is a great place to visit any time of the year and due to the massive popularity of the SXSW Festival each spring, the city has plenty of accommodation at all price ranges. Hotels, motels and apartments for rent are scattered throughout the city. There is some accommodation close to the Circuit of the Americas, which is just outside of Austin, but unless you have a car, we recommended staying in downtown Austin, where public transportation is more widely available and the off-track atmosphere is better. In addition to traditional hotel options, Airbnb is popular in Austin, though the local authorities are trying to crack down on the service. As always, you will encounter higher rates on Grand Prix weekend.

Stay with F1 Experiences at the 2021 United States Grand Prix

Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences are already on sale for the 2021 United States Grand Prix, including select grandstands or access to hospitality in the Champions Club and Formula 1 Paddock Club. Exclusive benefits include a Guided Track Tour, access to the F1 Paddock and meet-and-greets with current and legendary F1 drivers! Add accommodation at selected Austin hotels to your package, including daily transfers to and from the circuit.

BUDGET

HI – Austin Hostel

  • Dorm rooms with free WIFI, shared kitchen and game room
  • Great lakeside location, but close to the center
  • Dorm beds from $45 per night

Drifter Jack’s Hostel

  • Cool, graffiti-filled hostel near University of Texas, ensuring a young and vibrant atmosphere
  • Free Wi-Fi and breakfast is included
  • Prices start at $60 per night for a dorm bed

Firehouse Hostel

  • Staying in a historic fire station will give you a hostel experience as unique as Austin
  • Free Wi-Fi and continental breakfast
  • Prices start at about $70 per night for a bed in a dorm room

MID-RANGE

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Austin South

  • Free WIFI and outdoor pool
  • South city location with easy access to the airport & COTA
  • Rooms start at $290 per night

Aiden by Best Western @ Austin City Hotel

  • Good location in the trendy Travis Heights area
  • Easy access from south side of the city to COTA
  • Doubles from $360 per night

Hampton Inn and Suites Austin-Downtown

  • Large rooms with free WIFI
  • Just 300m from Austin Convention Center in downtown
  • Double room from $350 per night including breakfast

LUXURY

La Quinta Inn Austin Capitol

  • Just a short walk from the Austin Capitol building and 6th Street
  • In-room Wi-Fi, desk and coffee machine
  • Double rooms start at $410 per night

Wyndham Garden Hotel

  • Just south of downtown, with good access to the highway and free shuttles to the airport
  • Pool and restaurant on premises
  • Double rooms from $390 per night

Four Seasons Hotel Austin

  • Gorgeous views of downtown or Lady Bird Lake
  • Onsite 24-hour concierge
  • King rooms start at $1250 per night

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

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  1. Debbi Rice says:

    We made plans to go, but aren’t going to be able to make it, so have made our New Braunfels timesharing available for reasonable cost. https://www.vrbo.com/1145698

  2. Andrew S Tee says:

    Can you please let me know 1. if it’s still available, 2. how much rent for the 3 days ?, and 3. how many bedrooms / how big is the house/apartment ?

  3. Bill Pletsch says:

    The little town of Bastrop southeast of Austin is actually closer and much easier
    to navigate to/from the race. We have had a cancellation at our bed and breakfast downtown there, Pecan Street Inn. Look us up and we’ll make sure y’all get there!

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