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The tennis world erupts with excitement

Categories : Events, published on : 4/1/23

Every year, from the end of May, Paris resounds to the sound of rackets and the impact of yellow balls on ochre clay. The French Open returns to the Stade Roland Garros from May 22nd to June 11th, 2023, bringing together tennis enthusiasts and casual spectators alike in the stands of the extensively renovated stadium. Make the most of your stay at the Chess Hotel, in the heart of Paris, to experience the thrills of the only Grand Slam tennis tournament played on clay.


Traditions and stars

One of the major attractions of the French Open is, of course, the stars who come to compete there. From King Nadal to Djokovic, along with the giants of the women’s game such as Barbora Krejcikova, Belinda Blencic and Aryna Sabalenka, the stars of international tennis light up the courts and the eyes of the spectators. But at the Stade Roland Garros, there is also relaxation on the terrace, opportunities to wander in the aisles in the hope of encountering a celebrity, and plenty of matches in which you can cheer on the underdogs on the outer courts...


Choose your package

Reservations are already open if you want to buy your tickets for the French Open. Discover all the options on the tournament’s official website. From the 5-day pass during the qualifying week from May 22nd to 26th, to evenings with the stars at night, through the day with Yannick Noah, formerly Children's Day, or the Chatrier Upgrade, which gives you access to the best seats for centre court, you just select the package that suits you best.


Thirty minutes by public transport from the Chess Hotel, the Stade Roland Garros is the place to immerse yourself in the world of top-level tennis. Come and watch the world’s greatest players and enjoy the beautiful days of a Parisian spring.   


More informations about the event here

Photo: Alexi Tauzin

The Chess Hotel, a 4-star arty boutique hotel étoiles at the heart of Quartier Opéra