AccorHotels is ready to host the Grand Prix 2017 fans


AccorHotels, the French multinational hotel group, is taking preparation for the 2017 Grand Prix weekend. Going to be held from March 23 to 26, the racing event will draw a huge crowd, and the hotel operator wants to make sure that all the visitors have suitable accommodations.

The company has 31 hotels in Melbourne featuring more than 5,000 rooms. With so many choices, the visitors will get to choose their accommodation from a range of options suitable for all budgets.

Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens, which is located in the heart of Victoria’s coastal capital, has offered special Grand Prix prices starting from $284 per night. The fun-loving visitors can stay at Novotel Melbourne on Collins for as low as $330 per night. The hotel is just within two kilometres from the Crown Casino and the historic Princess Theatre. On the other hand, the rates start from $350 per night if you want to stay at the upscale Pullman Melbourne on the Park, which stands nearby the Queen Victoria Market and Melbourne Cricket Ground.

If you are looking for one and two bedroom apartments to spend the weekend, look no further than ibis Melbourne Hotel & Apartments. The funky hotel is within the 2km radius of the Melbourne Museum, Queen Vitoria Market, and the Flinders Street train station. You can stay at the hotel from only $197 for each night over the racing weekend.

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The serious racing fans can stay at either the Mercure Welcome Melbourne or Pullman Melbourne Albert Park. Both the hotels overlook the city’s Grand Prix Circuit and offer special prices during the event week.

In fact, you’ll get to see old racing cars decked in the lobby of the Pullman Melbourne Albert Park. So, if you are going to stay there, don’t forget to charge up your camera!

Visit AccorHotels to know about the special prices for the Grand Prix weekend and make a booking.

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