2018 French Open Packages



May 27 – Jun 10, 2018 | Paris, France

Roland Garros, also called The French Open, is the largest clay court tournament of the year. Because of the slow playing surface and the five-set men’s singles matches without a final set tiebreak, it is considered to be the most physically demanding major.

Grand Slam Tennis Tours has a wide variety of tennis seats, including Category 1, Category 2, and Loge locations in Philippe Chatrier (Court Central), boasting excellent views of all the tennis action. Our choice accommodations, Hotel Bel-Ami, is situated in the center of Paris in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood between the national museum of Quai d’Orsay and the Notre-Dame cathedral.

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French Open Premium Packages

French Open

Package Dates Category 2 Category 1 Loge  

Opening Rounds

Sat May 26 – Thu May 31

(5 Nights)

3 Days on Philippe Chatrier:

Sun May 27, Mon May 28 & Tue May 29





Second Rounds

Tue May 29 – Sun June 3

(5 Nights)

2 Days on Philippe Chatrier:

Wed May 30 & Thu May 31





Third Rounds

Tue May 29 – Sun June 3

(5 Nights)

2 Days on Philippe Chatrier:

Fri Jun 1 & Sat Jun 2





Round of 16

Fri June 1 – Wed Jun 6

(5 Nights)

2 Days on Philippe Chatrier:

Sun Jun 3 & Mon Jun 4





Quarterfinals & Women’s Semifinals

Mon June 4 – Sat Jun 9

(5 Nights)

3 Days on Philippe Chatrier:

Tue Jun 5, Wed Jun 6 & Thu Jun 7





Men’s Semifinals & Women’s Final

Wed Jun 6 – Mon Jun 11

(5 Nights)

2 Days at Philippe Chatrier:

Fri Jun 8 & Sat Jun 9





Women’s & Men’s Final

Wed Jun 6 – Mon Jun 11

(5 Nights)

2 Days at Philippe Chatrier:

Sat Jun 9 & Sun Jun 10




*Rates are per person based on double occupancy
*Additional nights: $500.00
*Single supplements: $225.00 per night
*Option for Hotel Room Upgrades

French Open Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Paris!

Indulge in “La vie en rose” at the Bel Ami Hotel, in a warm and chic ambiance in which carefully designed lighting, an elegant mix of pastel colors and a huge central illuminated suspension entice you to enjoy the Parisian spirit.

Situated in the heart of Paris, you will love your walks in the chic streets of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district. Have a coffee in the famous Café de Flore, taste the world renowned macarons in the cozy LaDurée pastry shop by the Saint-Germain church, or shop in the luxury boutiques of Le Bon Marché, the oldest French department store.

On your first night you will enjoy a welcome dinner and tour orientation at an authentic Parisian restaurant. You will have an opportunity to bump elbows with past Grand Slam champions, our staff, and other tennis enthusiasts from around the world.

Day 2, 3, 4: Watch and play Tennis

You will spend your next few days enjoying what you primarily came to Paris for - watching world-class tennis at Roland Garros!

If you are joining us for tennis on one of these days your next stop will be the Tennis Club De Paris, here we will have the opportunity to play tennis on the “terre bateau” (red clay) surface followed by a Parisian brunch.

Day 5: City Tour

After a good night's rest, you will spend the next day touring the most notable and historic of Parisian sites.  Enjoy a guided tour of Paris' most iconic landmarks with a local guide to walk you through the history and inside secrets of the city.

2018 French Open – What’s Included

  • Hotel accommodations and daily breakfast
  • Reserved seats in Court Philippe Chatrier Arena Map
  • Daily escort and transfer to the tennis matches
  • Welcome dinner with past tennis champions
  • Historic Paris city tour
  • Tennis playing opportunity followed by a Parisian brunch
  • Commemorative gift
  • Services of Grand Slam Tennis Tours Hosts

2018 French Open – Hotels

Bel Amifive-stars

Flying past the Eiffel Tower, down tree-lined boulevards, past bustling bars, and storied streets, a Spark explodes into a cascade of glittering embers, electrifying the center of Paris.

The Bel Ami is a fusion of the energy of New York and the light of Paris in the heart of the capital.
Before enjoying the Rolland Garros games, make sure you discover the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood: attach one padlock, or “love lock” to the Pont des Arts pedestrian bridge with your significant other, take a stroll by the flowerbed promenades of the Jardin du Luxembourg or visit the famous Notre-Dame cathedral.


2018 French Open – FAQ

Where will my Seats be Located?

You will have excellent Category 1 or Category 2 seats on Court Philippe Chatrier (Center Court), depending on the ticket package you purchase. We also have a limited number of Category 1 or 2 seats on Suzanne Lenglen, the second largest court at Roland Garros, where many of the best matches take place over the first ten days of the tournament.

What is Included in the Hotel Package Price? Your package will include hotel accommodations with breakfast daily, a welcome dinner, farewell dinner, metro pass, commemorative gift and the services of our tour hosts. We also offer optional tennis playing on specified days followed by a traditional Parisien Brunch.

How Flexible are Tour Travel Dates?

Very. You can book additional or fewer hotel nights. You even have the option to combine tours for more days of tennis. Ask your Grand Slam Tennis Tours agent for details.

What is the Weather Like in Paris?

The temperature in Paris is usually around 68-72ºF during the day and cooler at night. Dress at the tournament is casual, and at our dinners and most restaurants in Paris, “smart casual” is suggested.

How Do We Get to Roland Garros?

A Grand Slam Tennis Tours host will escort Premium Package guests to the tennis each day. Metro passes included in your tour package are good for travel on the Paris Metro, buses and trains. Private event transfers are available for an additional fee.

Should you book an additional night on the Finals package?

In the unlikely event that the Finals are rain delayed until Monday, we suggest you stay in Paris for an extra day and return on Tuesday. Monday Finals are a rare occurrence, so you will have a full day available to sight see and shop.

What’s the Tennis Tickets & Rain Policy?

If matches are cancelled due to weather or for other reasons, seat privileges are lost for that day. No rain checks are issued. Grand Slam Tennis Tours does offer Rain Insurance, so ask your sales representative for details.

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