Paris plays host to the French Open

There are certain events that should not be missed, and the French Open tennis tournament is one of them. The courts of the Stade Roland Garros are the venue for the only Grand Slam event played on clay. Book your stay at the Roch Hotel & Spa to attend this most prestigious and committed international tennis tournament!


Top tennis excitement

The Stade Roland Garros is constantly reinventing itself and adapting to new expectations. More inclusive, more ecological, it offers a magnificent showcase for high-level sport. On its courts, the greatest legends of tennis have competed, from the legendary Lacoste and Suzanne Lenglen to more recent sporting titans such as Connors, McEnroe, Noah, Becker, Navratilova, Graff, the Williams sisters and, of course, King Nadal and his eternal opponents Federer and Djokovic. From the first exchanges of the qualifying week, May 22nd to 26th, until the finals, the stars of world tennis will vie for supremacy here.


Electric atmosphere

The Stade Roland Garros also exemplifies the Parisian spirit. The elegance of the panama worn on sunny days, the giant ball to be signed by players leaving the court, the sparkling water, historical sponsor, and relaxing in deckchairs on the terrace between matches. What’s more, for several years, the tournament organisers have displayed a real and deep commitment to sustainable development. With electric shuttles, bike routes, solar charging stations, waste recycling, the choice of short supply chains for food, and more, everything is designed to limit the environmental impact of the event. Join the movement!


The French Open is not just a tennis tournament. It represents more than a century of sporting commitment. It is also part of the image of a great capital that embraces all the emotions of sport. Discover or rediscover the unique atmosphere of the Porte d'Auteuil during your stay at the Roch Hotel & Spa!  


Roland Garros 2023

Photo : Alexi Tauzin


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