Where to stay for the 2021 Dutch Grand Prix

The best places to stay in Zandvoort, Amsterdam and Haarlem for the 2021 Dutch Grand Prix on September 3-5 at Circuit Zandvoort.


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Unfortunately, with less than 6 months until the return of the Dutch Grand Prix, all the best accommodation is sold out and what’s left is very overpriced. This is not surprising given that there was approximately 1m applications in a ballet for just 100,000 tickets to the event. Even without the race, accommodation in the Netherlands, and Amsterdam in particular, is already in very low supply thanks to huge demand from tourists. Without the right local contacts, you can forget about getting anything good in Zandvoort, apart from camping. There’s still accommodation available in Amsterdam, but prices are high (most hotels are in excess of €200 per night) and we suggest moving quickly to reserve.

Where to stay for the Dutch Grand Prix

  • Zandvoort: the town where the circuit is located is a popular seaside holiday resort (495 properties on Booking.com)
  • Amsterdam: the capital of the Netherlands is a 30-minute train ride from the circuit (1973 properties on Booking.com)
  • Haarlem: a mid-sized town between Zandvoort and Amsterdam (136 properties on Booking.com)
  • The Hague: the second capital of The Netherlands is just an hour by train or road south of Zandvoort

Zandvoort Camping

There’s plenty of campsites along the coastline near Circuit Zandvoort, many of which offer cabins and apartments – the latter options are likely to be all booked out, but you should still be able to camp in your own tent at the race. With traffic (and overcrowding on the trains) expected to be a significant issue at Zandvoort in 2020, camping within walking distance of the circuit is sure to be a popular option. The following campsites are well-rated and within walking distance of the circuit: Camping De Duinrand, Qurios Bloemendaal aan Zee, Kennemer Duincamping de LakensCamping Zeeweg 71.

Where do you recommend staying for the Dutch Grand Prix? Leave a comment below!

4 thoughts on “Where to stay for the 2021 Dutch Grand Prix”

    1. Hi Ejvind, I’ve listed several campsites within walking distance of Circuit Zandvoort on this post, I suggest you contact them about availability for the 2021 Dutch Grand Prix. Good luck

      1. Do you have any more advice for camping options? The ones listed are either closed or full?! :(

        1. Sorry Stuart, I don’t have any more info. Here’s what the FAQ on the official website says at the moment: “At this time there are no camping tickets on sale for the Dutch Grand Prix 2021. We are currently exploring the possibilities for an expansion of the camping on the new date of the Dutch Grand Prix. As soon as we have more information about the camping and/or tickets will become available, we will share the information via our communication channels. Ticket holders will automatically be updated about the camping of the Dutch Grand Prix.”

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