FRENCH OPEN | ROLAND GARROS
Paris, France | May 26 - June 9, 2013
- Excellent seats in Philippe Chatrier & Suzanne Lenglen - View seating chart
- Stay in the heart of Paris - Relax and indulge in these great hotels
- Explore Paris & Beyond - Find out about unique sightseeing opportunities
Ever dream of Paris in the springtime? How about watching some of the most dramatic tennis possible at the French Open? Let Grand Slam Tennis Tours combine the best of both worlds and bring you on the tennis trip of a lifetime to Roland Garros in Paris, France. We have a wide array of tennis tickets to offer, including Category 1/Lower Level seats in Philippe Chatrier (Court Central) and Suzanne Lenglen that offer excellent views of the tennis action. Grand Slam Tennis Tours also offers tennis academies throughout the two weeks that gives you a chance to play at the official French Open practice facility and know what it's like to hit on the 'terre battue' of Roland Garros.
While you are in Paris, stay in classic Parisian accommodations at the Lutetia hotel located on the left bank in the 6th arrondissement. The Lutetia is one block from the Metro station for easy access to all of Paris, and is within walking distance of the Louvre, the Luxembourg Gardens, the Musée D'Orsay and many other attractions.
Named after a World War I French Aviator and situated on the far West end of Paris, the slow red-clay of Roland Garros often makes many higher ranked players struggle. Because of the slow playing surface and the five-set men's singles matches with no final set tiebreak, the event is considered to be the most physically demanding tennis tournament in the world.
Whether you are new to France or an old friend, Grand Slam Tennis Tours makes experiencing Paris effortless. With one simple phone call a representative will help you chose the right travel dates, hotel accommodations, level of seating, and even help book other sightseeing excursions to help make your trip to Paris reflect your distinct travel style.
French Open Roland Garros tennis tours are typically six nights in duration and include two or three days of reserved tennis tickets on the show courts. A welcome reception with tennis champions start each Grand Slam tennis tour with a warm introduction to Paris and your Grand Slam trip hosts. You'll also have event transportation, escort to the tennis and options to play at our Grand Slam Tennis Academy. Please do not hesitate to call to discuss your travel plans with our Roland Garros Tennis Specialist: 800-289-3333.