Singapore F1 2011:
Your Guide to the Best Seats, Hotels and Airfares

23-25 September 2011. Remember these dates for Singapore F1 2011.
Then secure the best seats, hotel rooms and airfares
...

Singapore F1 car

On this page:

[Map of F1 Circuit]

[Which Seats?]

[Which Hotels?]

[Which Flights?]

[F1 Ticket+Hotel Deal]


Map: Singapore F1 Circuit, Grandstand Seats & Hotels

F1 Circuit F1 Grandstands Luxury Hotels Mid-range Hotels Budget Hotels



Finding the Best Singapore F1 Seats

The Seats Prices Race Highlights Nearest Hotels
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Pit Building

S$1,088*
S$1,288

Start and finish of the race. Some seats offer views of garage and podium. Ritz Carlton Millenia Hotel
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Turn 1

S$1,088*
S$1,288

Cars jostling to get ahead; braking from 290km/h.

Conrad Centennial, Ritz Carlton Millenia

Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Turn 2 S$1,088*
S$1,288
Views of first 3 turns in circuit. Rapid changes in speeds. Conrad Centennial, Ritz Carlton Millenia
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Republic S$988*
S$1,188
Rapid changes in speeds. Cars rev up for the street section of circuit. Conrad Centennial, Ritz Carlton Millenia
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Stamford S$598*
S$698
Cars negotiate multiple turns, requiring skillful, rapid braking. Swissotel Stamford, Marina Mandarin
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Padang S$498*
S$598
Great views against heritage buildings. Near main entertainment stage. Swissotel Stamford, Grand Park C. H.
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Connaught S$598*
S$698
Clear views of Turn 14, where cars have a chance to overtake each other. Swissotel Stamford, Marina Mandarin
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Esplanade S$498*
S$598
Multiple turns with hard braking. Near the outdoor performances at Esplanade. Mandarin Oriental, Marina Mandarin
Singapore F1 - Seats at Pit Building Bay S$248*
S$298
Great views of the cars against the city skyline. Cars exit below the stands. Mandarin Oriental, Ritz Carlton Millenia

* Early Bird Prices valid till 8 May 2011.

Also available are:

 

Here for more information and to get your Singapore F1 tickets online.


Booking a Good Hotel Near Singapore F1 Circuit

During the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix (23-25 Sep 2011), you'll expect hotel
rates to go up.

This is especially so for those hotels near the Singapore F1 circuit. But these
hotels do offer a clear advantage - they are only a short walk to your F1 seats
and
the fringe entertainment venues.

Here are the best-rated hotels near the Singapore F1 circuit, classified as
5-star, 4-star and budget:


5-STAR HOTELS NEAR SINGAPORE F1 CIRCUIT

Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Conrad Centennial Hotel Recommended! Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Pan Pacific Hotel
Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Ritz Carlton Millenia Hotel Recommended! Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Marina Mandarin Hotel
Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Mandarin Oriental Hotel Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Swissotel the Stamford Hotel

These luxury hotels offer F1 fans great convenience - they are closest to the best
and most expensive F1 seats
.

More about these 5-star hotels at Singapore Marina Bay.


4-STAR HOTELS NEAR SINGAPORE F1 CIRCUIT

Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial HotelGrand Park City Hall Hotel Recommended! Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Carlton Hotel
Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Peninsula Excelsior Hotel  

These 4-star hotels provides fairly luxurious comfort, at lower costs than the
Marina Bay luxury hotels. They are especially close to the seats at Padang and
Connaught Grandstands
.

More about these 4-star hotels in Singapore city.


BUDGET HOTELS NEAR SINGAPORE F1 CIRCUIT

Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Victoria Hotel Recommended! Red hotel icon 1 - Conrad Centennial Hotel Hotel 81 Bugis

If you plan on keeping your costs in check, these budget hotels are within
walking distance of the Singapore F1 circuit
and offer decent value.

More about these budget hotels in Singapore city.


Compare 100+ Sites for the Best Airfares to Singapore

Whether you plan on booking a full-service airline or a budget flight to Singapore,
the options are quite bewildering. Here are some tips and a great comparison tool
to help you secure a good, cheap flight to Singapore.



More Tips for Your Singapore Formula 1 Vacation


Cool!
Singapore F1 Travel Package (Ticket + Hotel + Airport Transfers)

  1. Save time and money with a F1 ticket/hotel/airport-transfer deal.

  2. Check out this All-in-One Singapore F1 Package.

Other Hotel Options for Singapore F1

  1. If you are in the mood to splurge and absolutely pamper yourself
    during the Singapore Grand Prix, your money will be well spent on a couple
    of ultra-luxurious heritage hotels:

Both are walk-able to the F1 circuit.

  1. If you are on a tight budget, consider staying in one of the budget hotels
    outside the CBD.

    The budget hotels in Singapore Little India provide good value and are only
    2 MRT stations to the Singapore F1 area.

    Farther out, there are a few decently cheap hotels on Balestier Road. It's
    a longer bus journey to the F1 area, but you may be surprised by the
    facilities at these hotels.

Singapore Beyond F1

  1. The F1 races take place only from 8pm to about 10pm each night. What are
    you going to do beyond those hours?

    The areas around the Grand Prix circuit are full of history and worth exploring.
    You could easily spend a day visiting the museums and entertainment spots
    around the Singapore River. Nearby, the party is expected to go into overdrive
    at Clarke Quay.

  2. For something quite different from F1, consider taking a Singapore farm tour.

  3. And here are more Singapore tour ideas.



Page author: Gabriel Tan. All rights reserved.
Page updated: 21 March 2011.
Page created: 4 April 2010.



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