Japanese Grand Prix 2023 – Hotel & Transfers – Circuit SuzukaPremium Race Experience – Enjoy a 4-star stay in Kyoto - Transfer included

20 - 25 September 2023

$664$5.046 p.p. based on double occupancy

Book your hotel & Transfer for the F1 Japanese GP – Circuit Suzuka 2023.Race Experience offers a 4-star hotel in Kyoto with comfortable tranfers included. Breakfast and Tourist tax are included during your stay. Entrance ticket (s) are optional and easy to book. 

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Included in this package:

  • 3-, 4- or 5 night stay in a 4-star hotel
  • Breakfast included
  • Ground Transfers on selected days included
  • F1® Experience ticket packages easy to add
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Japanese Grand Prix 2023 – Hotel & Transfers – Circuit Suzuka

Japanese Grand Prix 2023 – 4-star hotel in Kyoto- starting at From Wednesday 20 till Monday 25 September 2023

Race Experiences offers you the opportunity to stay in some of the best 4-star hotels in Kyoto during the F1 Japanese Grand Prix. Kyoto is de former capital of the Japanse Emperium and today the bigest historical hotspot of Japan. The Mercure Kyoto Station hotel is located with minutes from the trainstation, making it the best place to reach after your inbound flight. From the hotel Race Experience will arrange daily transfers by comfortable coach. When you add one of the F1® Experience ticket, all 4 day transfers are included.

From the hotel you can discover the amazing city of Kyoto very easy, but also Osaka can be reached in less then 15 minutes by Shinkhansen or Tokyo in a little over 2 hours time. Combine a visit to the Japanse FORMULA 1 Grand Prix 2023 while discovering the Land of the Rising Sun, Japan.

You have the following option to choose your preferred stay and ticket type.

Japanse Grand Prix 2023 – Hotel Inclusions

  • 3 night stay in the 4-star Mercure Kyoto station hotel – € 575 per person*
    • Breakfast included after each night;
    • Tourist Tax;
    • Ground Tranfers on Saturday and Sunday;
    • English speaking tour guide
  • 4 night stay in the 4-star Mercure Kyoto station hotel – € 725 per person*
    • Breakfast included after each night
    • Ground Tranfers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • English speaking tour guide
    • Optional: Champions Club including overnight stay from € 4,474 per person*
  • 5 night stay in the 4-star Mercure Kyoto station hotel – € 825 per person*
    • Breakfast included after each night
    • Ground Tranfers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • English speaking tour guide
  • 5 night stay in the 4-star Mercure Kyoto station hotel with F1® Experience – starting € 1799 per person*
    • Breakfast included after each night
    • F1® Experience Ticket (Choice between Starter-, Trophy-, Hero Ticket )
    • Ground Tranfers on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
    • English speaking tour guide

* Single occupancy surcharge may apply – (starting at € 205 for a 3 night stay.)

Add Japanese GP Tickets with ease

Other tickets than the F1® Experience ticket product for the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix can be optionally booked on the next page once you have selected your prefferences. Additional information and F1 ticket tips can be found below.

Note: At this moment tickets are not yet available.


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Mercure Kyoto Station

During this F1 trip you’ll be staying in the luxury 4-star Mercure Kyoto Station hotel. This hotel offers large size modern rooms with a daily breakfast. The Breakfast is included in your stay and offers a mix of Japanese specialies and Continental breakfast.

We’ve made reservations for you in a Superior TWIN or KING room. These rooms are equiped with Airconditioning, coffee/thee maker, modern ensuite bathrooms, Free Wi-Fi, Flatscreen TV and a safety deposit box.

The hotel itself has an Origami style decoration, with design elements and creates a unique modern Japanse Syle with it. Kyoto Station is just 8 minutes walk away. Osaka can be reached within 15 minutes by Shinkansen and Tokyo in little over 2 hours. From Narita Airport to the hotel can be reached in only 3,5 hours.

The Trattoria M Kyoto Restaurant, within the hotel, is serving a mix op Italian and Japanse dishes. It’s bar remains open till late if you wish to explore Kyoto for some Japanse culinary experiences.


Ticket Tips

Japanese Grand Prix Ticket Tips

Below you will find the most popular tickets (valid from Thu-Sun) for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka:

  • A General Admission ticket provides access to the associated General Admission Area indicated by the ticket. Have a look at the circuit image below this text for the different areas. If it fits your budget, a grandstand seat is well worth the investment;
  • We recommend Stand C – Honda Seats Middle if you are on a budget, but would like to book grandstand seats. This grandstand is located after turn 2 and offers a relatively good view of the track. You have a large TV screen in front of you and can see the track on the left and in front of you. These are not the best seats in the house, but then again the price isn’t either!;
  • Stand Q2 Upper zone (1-2-3) grandstand seats are in the middle price range. The Q2 grandstand is located just after the chicane at the end of the back straight (sector 3). From the Q2 grandstand you have a good view of the F1 cars passing at low speed. If you want to take a nice snapshot, this is the place to be. And with a bit of luck you could also witness some beautiful passing moves as the cars enter the chicane!;
  • Stand A2 offers excellent value for money. This beautiful grandstand, which is an extension of the A1 grandstand and has its own big TV screen, offers spectacular views of the entrance to turn 1. It is a good place to overtake and on Sunday after the start of the race you have a good view of the action in the first corners;
  • Grandstand V2 Upper zone 8 is a grandstand to choose if you want to know what’s going on in the pits and experience the build-up, start and finish of the race up-close. If this isn’t important to you, choose a more economic seat where you can see on-track action.

Children under the age of 2 can enter for free. Information on rates for children from 3 to 15 years old will be available soon. All children need their own ticket and must be accompanied by an adult. Ask Race Experience ticket professionals about the remaining options.

Do you require any assistance with your order? Simply call Race Experience ticket professionals on +31 50 205 78 01 or contact us via the online form found on this page.

Local Travel Guide

Passport and Visa requirements

In order to visit Japan, you need a valid passport which is valid for at least 6 months after entering the country. To enter Japan you need a visa (unless you are from a country which is visa-exempt). There are a number of different types of Japanese visas which are designed by the Japanese government for different purposes and lengths of time. Please check the visa requirements before booking.


For Japan there are two associated plug types, A and B. Plug type A is the plug which has two flat parallel pins and plug type B is the plug which has two flat parallel pins and a grounding pin. Japan operates on a 100V supply voltage and 50/60Hz.


The official currency of Japan is the Japanese Yen (¥). You can find the current currency rates for the euro (€) and dollar ($) and pound sterling (£) using the links.

Supermarket ATMs accept most international credit and debit cards. Japanese bank ATMs do not accept international debit cards. Normally, Taxi´s do not accept credit cards.


Nagoya has a humid subtropical climate with hot, humid summers and cool winters. The summer is noticeably wetter than the winter, although rain falls throughout the year.

In October, in Nagoya, Japan, the average high-temperature is 22.8°C and the average low-temperature is 14.1°C .

Visiting the circuit

It is advisable to bring sunscreen and possibly an umbrella to the circuit for shade and possibly a downpour. Have you bought General Admission tickets? Then a camping chair and / or bedspread is recommended for sitting on the grass. Taking pictures is allowed as long as you do not obstruct the view of other spectators. Don’t forget your spare battery and memory card!

Important phone numbers

The nationwide emergency phone numbers are 110 for police and 119 for ambulance assistance or in case of fire.

Race Experience can be reached on (+31) 50 205 78 01.


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