Roland Garros; the return of a great sporting event
Categories : Events, published on : 4/19/15
From May 19th to June 7th, 2015, the French Open tennis tournament returns to the Stade Roland Garros, the legendary location in Paris where the event has been held for so many years. The greatest players in world tennis and the unique atmosphere of this tournament will combine to provide you with unforgettable moments.
The sporting event of the year
The Roland Garros is a must-see sporting event that welcomes visitors from around the world. To enjoy the world class performances of the players, grab your places now. There are various tickets on offer. You might wish to enjoy the French Open during the day or perhaps in the evening. Then, you can choose between the different courts and games. But remember, the Men’s and Women’s semi-finals and finals promise to be nothing less than stunning! The finest international tennis players participate in the Roland Garros, the only clay court Grand Slam event. Each sporting clash offers a unique spectacle, and you are sure to be thrilled. The Roland Garros adventure continues with the official shop, seminars and the museum.
A competition that has attained a mythical status
More than just a tournament, the Roland Garros remains a true worldwide event. These championships have been held annually in Paris since 1891, but only became open to all participants in 1925, and moved into their current stadium in 1928. The greatest players of all time have passed through this place. Generations have been thrilled by the performances of outstanding players such as Marcel Bernard and Yannick Noah. Today, the event is dominated by Rafael Nadal, the King of Clay.
Staying in tranquil luxury
To get the maximum enjoyment from Paris and the Roland Garros, why not enjoy the four star services tailored specifically to customer requirements offered by the Chess Hotel? Located in the heart of the Opera district, and boasting a distinctive modern décor and unique ambience, the Chess Hotel is ideal for accessing the major attractions of the capital.
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Metro: Line 9: Mairie de Montreuil - Pont de Sèvres (Michel-Ange Auteuil or Michel-Ange Molitor stations)
Line 10: Gared’Austerlitz - Boulogne (Porte d'Auteuil or Boulogne-Jean-Jaurès stations)
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The Chess Hotel, a chic 4 * hotel close to the Opera Garnier