Book ahead to enjoy the French Open in style

Enjoy the French Open in style near our boutique hotels in Paris

Together with the US Open, the Australian Open and Wimbledon, Roland Garros, otherwise known as the French Open, makes up the tennis Grand Slam, with tickets now available for premium packages at the tournament, perfectly complementing the experience offered by our boutique hotels in Paris.

Taking place this year between May 16 and June 5, the Open offers the perfect opportunity to not only witness some of the world’s greatest tennis players battling it out for the world’s highest-regarded clay court title, but also experience the lively atmosphere felt throughout Paris during the tournament. There’s no better place to be seen during the tournament than in the heart of the action itself – the big matches are packed with worldwide stars, cementing its importance not only on the sporting calendar but also on the social.

Last year’s singles victors Stan Wawrinka and Serena Williams will both be defending their title, while British hopeful Andy Murray, who got to the finals of the Australian Open but lost out to Novak Djokovic at the last hurdle, will also be seeking victory.

While single tickets and multi-day passes will become available to the public from March 23, premium packages, offering luxurious extras such as dining options, behind the scenes access and a lounge overlooking the court. Prices for these packages start from €185 for the Discovery package, which includes Category 1 or 2 seats, access to the outside courts, a three-course lunch in a high-end restaurant and an exclusive welcome area, ranging up to prices starting from €605 for the Passion package. This ultimate package includes not only the very best seats on the Philippe-Chatrier Court, but also a welcome breakfast, a refined three-course lunch in a high end restaurant, a branded gift, meet and greets with professional players, guided tours of the stadium and access to practice sessions.

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