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French Open

May 27 Jun 10, 2018 | Paris, France
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French Open Packages

Championship Tennis Tours' complete packages make it incredibly easy to take in Roland Garros, the world's most famous clay court tournament. Packages include a highly rated three, four, or five star Paris hotel within 15 minutes to the tournament, guaranteed official French Open Tickets in your choice of seating level on Philippe Chatrier and/or Suzanne Lenglen Show Court, no-waiting-in-line Museum Pass, Paris Metro Pass, guided Paris Bus Tour, Seine River Cruise, and much more! We're happy to customize any of our packages as well. Since 1987, no one makes it easier or has taken more fans to Roland Garros than Championship Tennis Tours.

Complete Packages Include

  • Choice 3, 4, or 5 star Hotels View Hotels
  • Guaranteed French Open Tickets (in your choice of seating level)
  • No waiting in line museum Pass
  • Paris Metro and Bus Pass (Fastest way to Roland Garros)
  • Guided Paris Bus Tour
  • Seine River Cruise
More Details and FAQ's. . .
Philippe Chatrier Court
Seating Information
Suzanne Lenglen Court
Seating Information

First Week:

The tournament has started and the grounds of Roland Garros explode with action as every court is in play. Fans scurry from court to court not to miss a single moment.

Tour Code Package Dates Nights Hotel Rounds Tickets Included Seating Level Cost Per
# of
5/26 - 5/28 2 Opening Rounds Sun
5/26 - 5/30 4 Opening Rounds Sun and Mon
5/26 - 5/31 5 Opening Rounds Mon, Tue, Wed
5/26 - 5/31 5 Opening Rounds Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu

Middle Rounds:

Ahh... to be in Paris for the Middle Weekend of Roland Garros. Weather is often nicer and competition really heats up.

Tour Code Package Dates Nights Hotel Rounds Tickets Included Seating Level Cost Per
# of
5/31 - 6/04 4 Middle Rounds Fri, Sat, Sun
6/01 - 6/04 3 Middle Rounds Sat and Sun
6/02 - 6/05 3 Middle Rounds Sun and Mon

Final Week:

Full of incredible marquee matches, the later stages of the French Open offers a spectacular joy to the lucky few with tickets. Who'll go home with the 2nd major of the year?
Tour Code Package Dates Nights Hotel Rounds Tickets Included Seating Level Cost Per
# of
6/04 - 6/08 4 Men's and Women's Quarters Tue and Wed
6/06 - 6/10 4 Men's and Women's Semis Th and Fri
6/08 - 6/12 4 Men's and Women's Finals Sat and Sun
6/07 - 6/11 4 Men's Semis and Finals Fri and Sun
6/05 - 6/11 6 Final Rounds Thu-Fri-Sat-Sun

[+] Add an Option to Your Package

Add an Option to Your Package: Price Qty Subtotal
Extra Night 3 Star Hotel 395 Per Room
Daily Breakfast 5 star Hotel 55 Per Night / Day
Daily Breakfast 4 star Hotel 40 Per Night / Day
Daily Breakfast 3 star Hotel 25 Per Night / Day
Extra night 4 star Hotel 595 Per Room
Extra Night 5 Star Hotel 895 Per Room
Day Tour Versailles 225 Per Person
Guided Walking Tour of Paris 125 Per Person
Professionally guided Hop on Hop off Bus City Tour of Paris 125 Per Person
Chateaux of Loire Valley- Day Trip 325 Per Person
Day Trip to Monet's Garden 225 Per Person
Day Trip to Euro Disney 150 Per Person
Day Tour Mont St. Michel 295 Per Person
Bateaux Mouche - Seine River Cruise 95 Per Person
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Paris Hotels

We've selected the finest hotels in the best locations for you in the City of lights – from cozy 3 and 4 star gems in St. Germain to upscale 5 star palaces in the 8th, near the Champs Elysees and Eiffel Tower. Each one is handpicked for space, character, and service. Roland Garros is never more than 20 minutes away.
Paris Hotels

3 star properties - Paris

For our three star hotel category, we've hand selected properties in the very desirable St. Germain district. also known as the "6th". The St. Germain area is considered one of the most sought after nieghborhood to stay, with its great dining spots, upscale shopping boutiques, famous cafes, and exquisite Jardin Luxembourg park.

We feature the following 3 star hotels:

The Legend Hotel, the Louison Hotel, the Apostrophe Hotel, the Odeon Hotel, Hotel La Perle, The Hotel de Seine, the Hotel Clos Medicis, Prince de Conti Hotel, Best Western Aramis St. Germaine, The Hotel de Sevres, and The Hotel Danube. For hotels in walking distance to Roland Garros, we feature the Queens Hotel and the Holiday Inn Express Auteuil.

Transit to the tennis:

The transit time to the "Porte D'Auteuil" metro where Roland Garros is located on line 10 from the St. Germain or Odeon metro stops is approximately 15 minutes.

Please Note:
The rooms at most small boutique hotels in Paris are generally smaller than your typical hotel room in the U.S. and are generally quite simple. As hotels in St. Germain tend to attract a more affluent clientele, many of the properties have included additional comfort elements and amenities over the years.

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4 star properties - Paris

For our four star properties in Paris we focus on boutique and mid sized properties in the very fashionable 6th, 7th, and 8th districts. These are considered by many the most sought after areas in Paris to stay. Altogether calm and lively, these areas combine art, history, fashion, dining, shopping, entertainment, and arguably the nicest park in Paris, the lovely Jardin Luxembourg. So an opportunity for a refreshing jog, tennis game, or promenade is there for you to enjoy.

Here are the fantastic four star properties we feature:

The Hotel Bel Ami, Hotel Le Six, Hotel Villa d'Estrees, Hotel Villa Madame, Hotel Luxembourg Parc, Hotel le Buci, the Hotel des Academies et des Arts, the Madison Hotel , and the Hotel d'Aubusson hotel


Most of the hotels in this area are in close proximity to metro stations that are on the number 10 line that goes direct to Roland Garros' "Porte D'Auteuil" Metro Station. The trip won't take more than 15-20 minutes out to Roland Garros. From the Porte d'Auteuil Metro station there's about a 10 minute walk to the entrance of the stadium.

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5 star properties - Paris

As one of the world's fashion capitals, and a city with a tremendous amount of wealth, Paris has plenty of demand for elegant high-end hotels. And thanks to a long established grand palace tradition, Parisian 5 star luxury hotels are heavily influenced by their historical roots. These hotels take themselves seriously, and why not? At this end of the scale, they're among the finest anywhere in the world. All our five star properties offer easy access to Roland Garros.

Here are the fantastic five star hotels we feature:

The Grand Palais Royale, Hotel Le Meurice, Park Hyatt Vendome, Hotel Castille, Hotel Napolean, Hotel du Louvre, Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe, Royal Monceau, Le Cinq Codet, Sofitel Baltimore Hotel, Hotel St. James, Buddah Bar Hotel, Relais Christine, and the Sofitel Molitor.


Distance to Roland Garros' "Porte D'Auteuil" Metro Station is approx: 20 minutes.

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Guaranteed Official Reserved French Open Tickets in your choice of Seating Levels on Philippe Chatrier or Suzanne Lenglen Show Courts.

You can enter all of the outside courts with your Center court tickets.
A separate ticket is needed in order to enter the Suzanne Lenglen court and Court 1.

With a ticket on Center or Suzanne Lenglen, what does this give you access to?
A ticket gives you a reserved seat on either the "Phillipe Chatrier" Center Court or Suzanne Lenglen Court. Either way, you'll have a reserved seat for the entire day with access to all the outside courts except Court 1 which also has its own specific ticket. Each main show court (Philippe Chatrier and Suzanne Lenglen) requires its own specific ticket to access the court. So if you have a ticket for the Phillipe Chatrier Court you cannot access the Suzanne Lenglen court and vice versa. Both main show courts usually offer an equal level of featured matches through Wednesday of the second week of the tournament.. From Thursday of the second week through the end of the tournament all featured singles matches are played only on the Phillipe Chatrier Center Court. As such, ALL tickets will be for Philippe Chatrier Center Court . It is impossible to know which day or on which court a certain player will play on in advance as this is determined only the night before. The overall seating capacity on the Philippe-Chatrier Court is approximately 14,840, and on Suzanne Lenglen approximately 9,959.

When confirming a ticket or ticket and hotel package, please note that the name(s) on the reservation that you will provide to us MUST match exactly the ORIGINAL identification of the person(s) attending Roland Garros. An original passport or driver's license (copies will not be accepted) will be required at the gates of Roland Garros and MUST correlate with the name on the e-ticket purchased through Championship Tennis Tours, Inc.

*Grounds Passes, also known as "Annexe tickets" are very popular as there are many great matches to enjoy throughout the tournament on the outside courts or "courts annexes" as the French call them. These French Open Grounds Passes will give you access to ALL the outside courts but DO NOT offer access to the stadiums Phillipe Chatrier, Suzanne Lenglen, or Court 1. Seating on a first come first served basis so it's important to know where the matches you're interested in viewing will be taking place so you can get there as early as possible to secure seats. During the first week you can catch some great singles matches. As the tournament progresses there'll be mainly main draw doubles, mixed doubles, junior and senior matches played on the outside courts. In addition to the action on the courts you'll be able to enjoy all the animation that Roland Garros has to offer including the Practice Courts which are great for autographs, Souvenir Areas, Food areas, and of course the excitement in the "Place des Mousquetaires" where hundreds of fans congregate between Court 1 and Center Court Philippe Chatrier to watch the action taking place on the main show courts on the huge screen.

We are not affiliated with Roland Garros, the French Open, the French Federation of Tennis. All Tickets purchased through CTT are made on a Buyer Beware Basis with regards to the transfer of ticket rules set forth by Roland Garros.

Which tribune would be considered the best if you wanted to be in the shade?
In that case, you'd want to get seats on the West Side or the Borotra Tribune side.

Which side of the court is the umpire's chair located?
The umpire's chair is located on the Borotra side, or the west side of the court.
  • No waiting in line Pass to Paris' top Museums and Attractions.
  • Scenic Seine Guided Tour
  • Car Rouges Hop on Hop of Bus Tour
  • Paris Metro Travelcard
  • Complete CTT Welcome Tour Guide
  • CTT Tour Gifts
  • On-Site Tour Representatives
Your Package Contents are generally delivered to you a few weeks before your package starts. If there are elements of your package to be left for you in Paris you will be notified of this. Your tennis tickets will be emailed to you several weeks before your first day of attendance. All tickets are "E Tickets" for the French Open. Your French Open tickets will have been transferred into the names of the people who are attending the tournament that you have provided us and you will need to have proper I.D. with you when entering the tournament.
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Commitment to Service

Since 1987, we have had just one mission, and that's to make it as easy as possible for thousands of fans each year to attend the most sought after tennis tournaments in the world. We handle only tennis and have deep experience and understanding of the tournaments we service. You can trust us to take care of all the details, with a level of customer service that will make you a loyal client for years to come.

Mike Bernstein
Championship Tennis Tours