Custom Trip Highlights
- Your choice of premium race day viewing experience
- One of the favorite stops on the F1 tour
- First class hotels in the heart of downtown Montreal
- Expert concierge services for access to exclusive parties
- Custom packages from $1,295 per person
Be a Part of the Excitement: The Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal
Fans come from all over the globe to congregate at one of Formula 1’s most popular Grand Prix races each year at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. As one of the favourite stops on the F1 tour, the excitement of Grand Prix weekend is simply unforgettable. The 2015 Grand Prix marked the 52nd running of the race. After a disappointing finish in Monaco just weeks before, Lewis Hamilton held off the pack, claiming his fourth victory of the 2015 season, followed closely by fellow Mercedes teammate, Nico Rosberg. in 2016, the world’s greatest drivers will once again return to Montreal for another exciting installment of the Grand Prix du Canada, and you could be there to experience the thrill of this incredible sport.
Your Choice of 2016 Canadian Grand Prix Tickets
There is nothing like feeling the rush of a thousand horsepower engine as Formula 1’s elite drivers take to the gorgeous Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, and with your choice of tickets, you can choose how you would like to experience the 2016 Canadian Grand Prix. From Grandstand to Paddocks, exclusive hospitality to VIP race-viewing, it is your experience to create. Learn More
Ideally Located Canadian Grand Prix Hotels
What better way to enjoy one of Canada’s most treasured cities than from the heart of this beautiful destination? Each of Roadtrips carefully selected properties for the 2016 Canadian Grand Prix are well-located nearby some of Montreal’s most popular restaurants, attractions and shopping. Whether you choose the Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain, Intercontinental Montreal or the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Montreal, each property offers a comfortable place to relax and enjoy during your stay in Montreal. Learn More
The Ultimate Canadian Grand Prix Experience
Few sports generate the thrills, glamour, and prestige of Formula 1™ racing. While avid fans of this global sport love to discuss which are the best and most entertaining stops on this worldwide tour, there is no debate about what makes Montréal so irresistible. It’s a cosmopolitan cocktail of French joie de vivre and sophistication with a twist of arts, music, and shopping. The city is a fantastic blend of old-world charm and modern culture. Streets are lined with chic boutiques, Parisian-inspired sidewalk cafés, and sleek hotels. From the cobblestone streets of Old Montreal to the glittering lights of the city coming to life after dark, Montreal seems to have it all. It’s as if the city was designed for a perfect F1 stop; come see why it is always one of the most popular cities on the F1 circuit.
Below you will find a suggested sample itinerary, please remember we will work with you to completely customize your preferred experience based on your tastes, desires and budget.
Day One – Thursday, June 9, 2016
Upon arrival at Montreal’s Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport you will be greeted outside baggage claim and taken by private sedan to the luxurious and exclusive Ritz-Carlton Montreal, your home for the next four days. The hotel is conveniently located in Golden Square Mile and in close proximity to Montreal’s high-end boutiques, galleries, museums, and this city’s wonderful food and club scene.
Tonight we recommend dinner just down the street at Cavalli; it’s where the pretty people go to sip cocktails by the restaurant’s big front window, before seating for dinner. Marvel at the modern interior with its green and pink velvet chairs and blonde-wood paneling before you marvel at the food. Chef Frank Gioffre serves up Italian food with Asian influences, a spectacular combination. Some of our favorites are the Chilean sea bass and his mac ‘n’ cheese with truffles and brioche breadcrumbs. Cavalli is definitely a feast for both eyes and palate and a fun place to see and be seen. After dinner you can check out the scene on Crescent Street, which is party central during Grand Prix weekend.
Day Two – Friday, June 10, 2016
A great way to start the morning is to stroll over to Vieux (Old) Montreal and enjoy a sumptuous cafe au lait and a decadent pastry. After breakfast (or more likely brunch) you can join the Montrealers who shop with a vengeance. This fashion-aware city is great, whether you traverse the busy Ste-Catherine Street checking out bargains, or strolling up St-Laurent browsing in boutiques that stock wares from international and local designers, you will find this city has lots to offer those with a bent to fashion. If incredible architecture is your thing, a visit to the Basilique Notre-Dame-de-Montreal is a must.
Tonight for dinner we recommend one of Montreal’s most acclaimed French Bistros, Joe Beef. Once voted Canada’s top restaurant, this restaurant is both fun and world class. The highlight, of course, is the food, but the service and wine list are likely to surpass anyone’s expectations.
Day Three – Saturday, June 11, 2016
After breakfast you will be transferred by private sedan to the Île Notre-Dame in the middle of the St Lawrence River, home to the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. This thirteen-turn 4.36km circuit is one of the most challenging on the F1 circuit. One of the track’s famous barriers is dubbed the “wall of champions” for having claimed this likes of Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher, Jacques Villeneuve and more recently Jenson Button and Sebastian Vettel. You will experience the most exclusive of racing experiences in your chosen hospitality venue for this race. Enjoy the finest food and wine, driver appearances, and premium viewing at one of the Canadian Grand Prix’s highest end viewing options.
Your private sedan will take you back to the Ritz-Carlton to relax and freshen up prior to heading back the vibrant nightlife of Montreal. Tonight we recommend Brasserie T. The second restaurant of Montréal’s own celebrity chef, Normand Laprise, Brasserie T offers a somewhat relaxed and intimate venue without compromising on taste. Be sure to try their famous burger; you can thank us later.
Day Four – Sunday, June 12, 2016
Enjoy your breakfast before again making your way by private sedan to the circuit for today’s thrilling F1 race. Grab a glass of champagne and see what the featured Formula One pilot has to say about today’s race. You will also enjoy a pit tour, something reserved for only a select few, but available to you as a guest of your chosen exclusive hospitality venue. After a sumptuous lunch you have come to the moment that all this has been building towards, the Canadian Grand Prix is about to begin. Travelling in excess of 340 kilometers an hour, these incredible cars and drivers will be pushing the limits to try and be the first to negotiate the 70 laps that comprise the Grand Prix du Canada. Will Lewis Hamilton defend his 2015 crown for Mercedes, or will Ferrari add to its lead of having won this race a record 13 times? Be on hand in this great cosmopolitan city for one of the most popular stops of the Formula 1 season.
Day Five – Monday, June 13, 2016
Enjoy one last French pastry and breakfast before your private car takes you to the airport for your journey home.
Custom 3-night packages available from $1,295 per person. The 4-night Ultimate Canadian Grand Prix Experience as described ranges from $8,825 to $21,755 per person. However, our specialty is custom packages tailored to fit you perfectly. To customize the Canadian Grand Prix experience of a lifetime please contact one of our sports travel specialists at 1-800-465-1765 (weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST) or submit a custom trip request.
*Rates are per person in USD based on double occupancy (single and triple occupancy available). Rates do not include the cost of dinner recommendations. A 25% deposit will hold your spot. Final balance is due 60 days prior to travel. Rates subject to the 5% Canadian GST.
Your Personally Customized Canadian Grand Prix Experience
Here at Roadtrips, we believe that no one knows what your ideal sports travel experience looks like better than you. For that reason, we offer customized travel and a consultative approach to help you create your perfect trip, one that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime. We invite you to call one of your sports travel specialists at 1-800-465-1765 (weekdays between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. CST) to discuss what your custom trip will look like. Or, fill out the information we need to build your custom trip request and one of our sports travel specialists will contact you.
2016 Canadian Grand Prix Standard Travel Packages Include:
- First class accommodations in downtown Montreal
- Canadian Grand Prix Tickets in your chosen location (Sunday)
- Tickets to the Qualifying sessions and racetrack activities (Friday & Saturday)
- Commemorative Formula 1 gift package & program
- Expert travel & concierge services of the Roadtrips At-Your-Service Desk™
- All taxes & service charges
Optional Add-Ons and Possibilities:
- Premium Hospitality and VIP Race Viewing
- Ticket upgrades
- Extra nights
- Suites and room upgrades
- Rounds of golf or spa treatments
- Private transfers (sedan, limousine, luxury motor coach)
- Airfare (economy, first class, private jet)
Complete 2016 Canadian Grand Prix Travel Packages available from $1,295 per person (based on double occupancy).
Your Accommodations at the 2016 Canadian Grand Prix
Our experienced Product Development Team meticulously researches first class hotels so you don’t have to! Our distinctive accommodations are chosen for their excellent service, great value, amazing amenities, and convenient location.
- Condé Nast Traveler Gold List 2014
- Condé Nast Traveler’s 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards – Best in the World
- Condé Nast Traveler 2013 Hot List, “Best New Hotels in the World” winner, April 2013
- US News & World Report, Best Hotels, #1 Ranking, in Canada 2014
- TripAdvisor, Travellers’ Choice Award Winner 2014 in the Luxury Category
- TripAdvisor, Travellers’ Choice Award Winner 2014 in the Top Hotels Category
- The only AAA Five Diamond Hotel in Quebec
- Located where Downtown meets Old Montreal, connected to the underground city
- Provence Inspired Osco! restaurant and Sarah B. Absinthe Bar
- Salt water lap pool
- State-of-the-art fitness center with dry sauna and steam bath
- Conveniently located downtown with underground link to train station, shops, and the Bell Centre
- Four-Diamond rating
- Restaurant Samuel de Champlain, ranked one of the best in the city, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- Fitness centre with indoor pool, hot tub, and steam rooms
Sections 22, 31, 33, 34
Sections 11, 12, 15, 21, 24
Sections 1, 2
The paddocks provide a complete, all-inclusive Formula One experience including:
- The best views of the Canadian Grand Prix
- Behind the scenes pit lane tours
- Live interviews with the drivers
- Exquisite world-class cuisine, fine wines and champagnes, and impeccable service
- An elegant atmosphere for entertaining existing clients or mingling with new ones
- Entertainment and exclusive access
- Option to upgrade to semi-private or private VIP suites
An upscale solution for corporate groups or for individuals who want more than just a seat in the grandstands, Roadtrips is pleased to offer a number of exclusive hospitality options.
Located in the elegant Elite suites complex between the start/finish line and Senna Corner, the restaurant offers fantastic views of the cars exiting the pits. Enjoy the race from the dining room or the sheltered grandstand. Guests of the Elite Restaurant can also enjoy world-class dining, drinks, a private terrace and a private boutique.
Offering a similar location and views as the Elite Restaurant, the Prestige Club also includes spectacular meals, drinks, and a sheltered location offering protection from the elements.
Located just meters from the track at the first corner, the Senna Club provides a unique viewing experience. Table seating is located in a two-level sheltered dining room, and includes meals and drinks.
The Podium Club is situated inside the track with views of the start/finish line and the podium where the official ceremonies take place. Also offering two-level table seating, the Podium Club includes meals and drinks and an official program.
Montreal Area Map
Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport
Marriott Chateau Champlain
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
2016 Canadian Grand Prix Standard Travel Package Rates
|HOTEL PACKAGE||3 Night Packages From|
|Marriott Chateau Champlain||$1,295|
|Contact our sports travel specialists for your custom trip quote.|
|*Rates are per person in USD. A 50% deposit will hold your spot. The balance will not be due until 60 days prior to departure. Rates subject to the 5% Canadian GST.|
|Child occupancy rates||Deduct 20% for up to two children under 17 years of age (when accompanied by two full fare adults)|
|Triple occupancy||Deduct 5% for all three room occupants|
Download Canadian Grand Prix PDF Brochure
To receive a detailed electronic brochure for the 2016 Canadian Grand Prix, fill out the following form. A link to the brochure will be provided once your form is submitted. We’ll also send you an email with a link to the brochure.
Our Sports Travel Specialists are available to answer your questions weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST at 1-800-465-1765.