Tuesday, June 6: Welcome to France!
On your first day, you'll arrive at the hotel of your choice. Get settled; Grand Slam and hotel staff will be close by to help with any requests you might have.
In the evening, join the Grand Slam team, your fellow travelers, and maybe a special tennis guest as we enjoy dinner, chat tennis, and discuss the details of your time at Roland-Garros.
Wednesday, June 7: Tour Giverny
Tour of Giverny
Discover the beautiful village of Giverny and visit Claude Monet's home and gardens on a private, guided tour. Learn about the history of the village as you visit Monet's tomb, Café Baudy, the gardens, and Monet's home. Your drive back is a tour in itself, and will take you along the picturesque Route des Crêtes. You'll see a marvelous panorama of the Seine Valley, an ancient watch tower, the village and château of La Roche Guyon, and the village of Vétheuil.
Thursday - Friday, June 8-9: Day of leisure or planned experience
Spend the day on your own exploring or add one of our planned experiences!
Saturday - Sunday, June 10-11: Experience the finals at Roland-Garros
Over the next few days, you'll enjoy the tennis at Roland-Garros. Although you'll have amazing reserved seats on Court Philippe-Chatrier, you'll also have first-come, first-serve access to all outer courts.
This package includes a mix of L'Orangerie, La Mezzanine, and Le Pavillon seats across all sessions:
Saturday, June 10: Full day session
Sunday, June 11: Full day session
L'Orangerie: Your Category 1 tickets include access to the VIP experience that is L'Orangerie, located in the Auteuil greenhouses and just steps away from the Court Philippe-Chatrier. Guests have the choice to dine inside the air conditioned 19th century building, or outside on the completely revamped terrace surrounded by floral accents and greenery. With a cocktail buffet lunch, dinner, and open bar this is the perfect place to relax, mingle, and enjoy Roland-Garros. L'Orangerie opens at 10am and closes one hour after the end of play.
La Mezzanine: is a bright, spacious loft located on the first floor of the Orangerie, a beautiful hall built in 1898 and carefully restored in 2018. L'Orangerie sits just 100 meters away from center court, Philippe-Chatrier. La Mezzanine offers premium refreshment service throughout the day from tea time to cocktails. Sweet and savory petits fours, as well as a lunch buffet are available in the afternoon. La Mezzanine opens at 10am and closes one hour after the end of play.
Le Pavillon: Enjoy premium refreshments in Le Pavillon during a set changeover or in between day and evening sessions. Located near the professional training courts, Le Pavillon offers a large restaurant and lounge connected to an airy green terrace.
Monday, June 12: Time to depart
It's time to check out and start your journey home or to your next destination. If you have time, take a stroll along the Seine or in the Luxembourg Gardens before your flight, or explore another nearby attraction in the city.