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    Experience The French Open in Paris this May 2019

    • Event: The French Open
    • Date:   May 20th – June 9th 2019
    • Venue: Stade Roland Garros

    Always seemingly taking place during a period where the weather is beautiful here in Paris, the French Open is one of the hottest tickets in town every May. 

    If you’re lucky enough to be going to Stade Roland Garros to see the likes of Nadal, Djokovic and Williams in action, you’re going to want to know all the essential information on where it is, how to get there, and where to stay when you’re here in Paris. Luckily we have it all right here for guests attending this year’s French Open. 

    When is The French Open?

    The French Open takes place from Monday 20th May- Sunday 9th June.

    The action really kicks into gear from Friday 31st May when competition enters the 3rd round of the tournament.

    Where is the French Open held? 

    It all takes place at Stade Roland Garros (most people drop the Stade), located in the 16th arrondissement, in the south-east of the city. The event has been at this location since 1928, making it one of the oldest places for a tennis tournament in the world. 

    Fun fact: it’s the only one of the four majors to take place on clay.

    How much do tickets cost? 

    Tickets for the event are always in high demand, with the price going up the closer it gets to finals.

    If you’re visiting on opening week, the average price of a ticket on one of the main courts can range from €55-€130. 

    Happen to be there during the semis or finals and expect a ticket to be anywhere between €240-€495. 

    You can find out more about ticket prices here on the official website.

    Where can I find accommodation near The French Open?

    We provide luxury accommodation not too far from proceedings, with our unique hotel just off the Champs-Elysées.

    If you’re looking to soak up the Parisian atmosphere and want a hotel that provides space and comfort over being cramped, our luxury one bedroom apartments are just the thing. In here you’ll find an apartment with separate living, kitchen and bedroom areas, luxury bathroom products from L’Occitane, and enviable balcony views of Avenue des Champs Elysees, Eiffel Tower or Arc de Triomphe (dependant on room location).

    How can I get to The French Open from Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysées?

    The most convenient route to Star Roland-Garros is via the 9 line on the metro. It runs from Franklin D. Roosevelt station just down the street from the hotel straight to Michel-Ange-Auteuil.

    You can also take the 32 bus (the stop is beside the pharmacy around the corner), and it will take you straight to Porte d'Auteui in about 20 minutes, one of the closest stops to the event.