The 2024 Spanish Grand Prix will take place on the 21 – 23 June 2024 at Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in the small town of Montmeló, 28km (17 miles) northeast of Barcelona. One of the oldest races on the F1 calendar, the Spanish Grand Prix witnessed a historic moment in 1975 when Lella Lombardi became the only woman in Formula One history to earn points in a race.

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Wondering where to stay for the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix? This guide covers a wide selection of accommodation options – from luxury city suites to basic hostels and campsites.

The best hotels near Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya

While a wider choice of accommodation options can be found in Barcelona, many F1 fans will be keen to be as close to the action as possible. It’s worth bearing in mind that the nearer you want to be to the track, the more money you’ll inevitably have to spend as demand will always exceed supply.

If being close to the circuit is a priority for you, here are three great options for hotels near Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya:

Hotel Augusta Barcelona Vallès, Montmeló

Located just 5km (3 miles) away from Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, this modern four-star hotel boasts a rooftop pool with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Prices start from €76 (based on two people sharing).

TripAdvisor rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Hotel Augusta Barcelona Vallès, Montmelo

Ibis Barcelona Montmeló Granollers

You won’t find a hotel that tops this one in terms of location and cost. Just one minute from the circuit, this is the ideal hotel for budget-conscious F1 fans who want to be in the thick of it. Prices start from €69.72 (based on two people sharing).

TripAdvisor rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Ibis Barcelona Montmelo Granollers

Mas Salagros EcoResort

This five-star eco-friendly luxury resort is located in a tranquil setting just under 11km (seven miles) from the circuit. The resort features luxurious villas with private pools and a spa. The perfect place to unwind after a busy day trackside! Prices start from €284.50 (based on two people sharing).

TripAdvisor rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

Mas Salagros EcoResort

Staying in Barcelona for Spanish Grand Prix

Park Guell Barcelona

Barcelona is a vibrant and popular tourist destination all year round, but it truly comes alive in June when the F1 fans roll into town! The city’s rich history, stunning architecture and buzzing nightlife make it the perfect base to combine a visit to the Grand Prix with a city break.

The weather in June is usually sunny and warm without being too hot. There is also a vast array of great accommodation options to choose from, a selection of which we have included below:

Budget options

If you’re on a tight budget, there are plenty of hostels in Barcelona offering private or dorm rooms starting from as little as €20 per night. Some popular options include the modern Hostel One located in the lively Paralelo neighbourhood, with easy access to iconic attractions like Las Ramblas, Montjuic park and La Boqueria market. Factory Hostels is another great choice, located just 200 metres from Park Güell. Quirky, informal and super-friendly, this is a great base for your weekend of racing excitement. For one of the best rated hostels in Barcelona, try Yeah Hostel. This little gem is just 10 minutes’ walk from La Pedrera and La Sagrada Familia and has a fabulous rooftop pool. The staff even arrange guided walking tours around the city!

Mid-range options

If you want a more comfortable base for the racing weekend without breaking the bank, there are a number of mid-range hotels in Barcelona offering rooms starting at around €50 per night.

If you want to be slap bang in the heart of the city, Hotel Catalonia Avinyó is the place to you. This three-star hotel located in the Gothic Quarter is just 200 metres from Las Ramblas and a short walk from the cathedral. Alternatively, if you’d prefer to be closer to Barcelona’s main train station, the four-star Sercotel Ámister Art Hotel is located just 10 minutes’ walk away, meaning you won’t have too far to walk after a day at the track. For those who want to take a cooling dip in the sea after a day trackside, Travelodge Barcelona Poblenou is just 600 metres from Bogatell Beach.

Luxury options

If you’re looking for something a little more luxurious, there are a number of five-star hotels in Barcelona offering that extra touch of class. For a stunning sea view combined with modern architecture, Hotel Arts Barcelona is a great option, boasting a two Michelin-star restaurant, rooftop spa and two outdoor pools that overlook the sea. For a more traditional luxury experience, Hotel Mandarin Oriental Barcelona is situated on the most exclusive shopping boulevard in the heart of the city and is close to all Barcelona’s main attractions. Finally, if you’re looking for a combination of luxury and proximity to both the city and airport, Hyatt Regency Barcelona Tower is the perfect choice. With incredible panoramic views across the city, this five-star hotel will make your Grand Prix experience even more unforgettable.

How to get to the Spanish Grand Prix circuit from Barcelona

If you’re happy to splash the cash, a taxi from Barcelona to the circuit will cost approximately €60 to €70 with a journey time of 40 minutes. A quicker and more cost-effective option is to take the train, with direct services from Barcelona to Montmeló running every 20 minutes during race weekend, costing as little as €2.80 each way. (Please note: Montmeló station is a 45-minute walk from the circuit). For more details on travelling to Circuit de Catalunya, visit our guide How to get to Circuit de Catalunya-Barcelona.

Camping options for Spanish Grand Prix

If you’d rather not jostle for hotel rooms at inflated prices, the Grand Prix campsite is located next to Gate 6 on the southern edge of the circuit. It’s a large site but it does start to get very busy by Friday evening, so make sure you book well in advance to secure your pitch. You’ll be able to access the site from 5:00pm on Thursday 20th June until 6:00pm on Sunday 23rd. To reserve a pitch, head to the main Montmeló website (please note: bookings won’t be available until Spring 2024).

Facilities include:

  • Free WiFi
  • Food truck
  • Free electricity for motorhomes
  • Bar
  • Shower facilities
  • Secure parking

Prices are estimated, but for two people with a tent plot and car parking, an indicative total is just over €100. The cost of a campervan or motorhome plot is likely to be much higher.

Camping Barcelona: This is a large and well-equipped campsite offering a complimentary shuttle bus to the circuit (30km / 19 miles away). It features a swimming pool, restaurant, supermarket and free Wi-Fi. The price for a pitch with electricity and water is €25.50 per night for two people.

Camping Masia Can Corominas: This small and cosy campsite features a barbecue area, playground and laundry service and is located in a natural park, approximately 20km (12 miles) from the circuit. The price for a pitch with electricity is €18 per night for two people. Camping El Vedado: This is a family-friendly campsite that is situated in a forest, about 18km (11 miles) from the circuit. Boasting a pool, bar, restaurant and a mini-golf course, the price for a pitch with electricity is €22.50 per night for two people.

Where else can you stay during the Spanish Grand Prix if you are driving?

Driving to the Spanish Grand Prix will give you more flexibility in choosing where to stay. If you’re planning on combining a trip to the GP with a beach holiday, why not take a look at our hand-picked selection below?


This lively seaside town located 65km (40 miles) from Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya has a wide range of accommodation options, from budget hostels to luxury hotels, including:

Sitges Barcelona

Lloret de Mar

A popular resort known for its sandy beaches, Lloret de Mar is located 68km (42 miles) from the Formula One circuit. With lots of accommodation options to suit different budgets and preferences, we’ve included three of our favourites below.

Costa Brava Barcelona


This is the southernmost town on the Costa Brava and is located 61km (38 miles) from Circuit de Catalunya. With its beautiful sweeping long beach, Blanes offers a quieter and more tranquil alternative to Lloret de Mar. Accommodation options include:

Barcelona bus company Sagales also run dedicated bus services from the main resorts on the Costa Brava to the circuit during the Grand Prix weekend (Saturday and Sunday only). While timetables and prices for 2024 are not yet confirmed, the indicative cost is €30 for a return trip.

Blanes Barcelona

How far in advance should you book accommodation for the Spanish Grand Prix?

Whether you prefer the elegant comfort of a five-star hotel or a night under the stars camping, it’s definitely a case of the early bird catches the worm. The closer to the action you want to be, the further in advance you need to book your accommodation. Some F1 fans book the same hotel in advance over multiple years, but this is mostly applicable to hotels in Montmeló or Granollers. If you’re planning to attend the 2024 Spanish Grand Prix, book your accommodation today to avoid disappointment!

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