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French Open


May 26 Jun 9, 2024 | Paris, France
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French Open Royal Packages

Our 5 night Royal Package for the French Open, limited to 14 guests, has been curated with bespoke hospitality, providing you the ideal way to experience Paris and the most famous clay tournament, Roland Garros. You’ll be indulged with category Gold tickets on Philippe Chatrier Center Court. When you’re not watching the titans of tennis, we’ve organized a Michelin starred group dinner, a private walking tour and a welcome and farewell cocktail reception. You’ll be staying at the luxuriously appointed 5 star Hotel Pont Royal, known for its excellent service and the Signature Bar in the lobby which has been a preferred haunt for the likes of Simone De Beauvoir, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Henry Miller, Radclyffe Hall, Simone de Beauvoir, Truman Capote, and Ernest Hemingway. Located in the heart of the vibrant St. Germain district with it’s beautiful parks, shops, museums, restaurants, and cafes, iti’s also provides for an easy and quick journey to Roland Garros. Come join Mike and Robyn, your on-site hosts, who have enjoyed welcoming guests to Paris for this great event for over 35 years.

Royal Package Includes:

  • Hotel du Pont Royal - 5 star
  • 5-7 rue de Montalembert, Paris 7th arrondisment
  • Deluxe rooms with king bed (250 sqft)
  • Daily Gourmet Buffet Breakfast
  • Welcome Cocktail reception Wednesday evening at the Signature Bar
  • French Open CAT Gold Ticket (situated just above the loge box seats) with VIP hospitality at the Orangerie located steps from Center Court. Your ticket also give you access to the special VIP Fast Entrance onto the grounds and a 3 course sit down meal with access to an open bar and access to all the facilities throughout the day.
  • A group dinner at a fabulous Paris restaurant Saturday night
  • A professionally guided walking tour of St. Germain followed by a casual lunch
  • Paris Metro passes for your days attending the tennis
  • Skip the line Museum Pass - Access to Paris’ top museums
  • $150 per person or couple in Uber Credits to be used as you wish during your stay
  • Farewell Group Cocktail Sunday evening
  • Charning On-site hosts! Mike and Robyn Bernstein will be your hosts in Paris.
  • Round trip airport to hotel meet and greet transfers
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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?
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06/05 - 06/10 5 5 stars - Deluxe Men's and Women's Semis Thu and Fri (3 sessions) CAT Gold
06/05 - 06/10 5 5 stars - Deluxe Men's and Women's Finals Sat and Sun (2 sessions CAT Gold
06/05 - 06/10 5 5 stars - Deluxe Semis and Finals Thu-Sun (5 sessions) CAT Gold

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Daily Breakfast - 3 Star Hotel

Enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast every morning at your hotel.
25 Per Person

Daily Breakfast - 4 Star Hotel

Enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast every morning at your hotel.
50 Per Person

Daily Breakfast - 5 Star Deluxe Hotel

Enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast every morning at your hotel.
125 Per person

Daily Breakfast - 5 Star Hotel

Enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast every morning at your hotel.
85 Per Person

Extra Night - 3 Star Hotel

Add extra night(s) of accommodations at the 3-star hotel in Paris that you've chosen for your French Open accommodations.
495 Per Room

Extra Night - 4 Star Hotel

Add extra night(s) of accommodations at the 4-star hotel in Paris that you've chosen for your French Open accommodations.
895 Per Room

Extra Night - 5 Star Deluxe Hotel

Add extra night(s) of accommodations at the 5-star deluxe hotel in Paris that you've chosen for your French Open accommodations.
2795 Per Room

Extra Night - 5 Star Hotel

Add extra night(s) of accommodations at the 5-star hotel in Paris that you've chosen for your French Open accommodations.
1295 Per Room

The Paris Pass - 3 days

A 3-day Adult Paris Pass gives you an all-in-one comprehensive sightseeing package that will save you time, money and stress, providing you everything you need to discover Paris from free entry, to fast-track entry and useful information along the way! You'll enjoy FREE ENTRY to the top 60 Paris museums and monuments like the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and more. FREE ENTRY to the best Paris attractions including a River Cruise and tour of the Opera Garnier. A FREE Paris Bus Tour to see the sights on a 1 day hop on hop off Big Bus tour. Unlimited travel on the metro, RER and buses with the Paris Visite Travelcard. Paris Pass holders enjoy Fast Track Entry to some of the busiest museums and art galleries in Paris, including the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay, Centre Pompidou and Grevin Wax Museum. Just show your valid Paris Pass and jump to the front of the line! The Paris Pass also includes a free guidebook with every adult pass, packed full of useful information and top tips for exploring Paris. The Paris Visite Card needs to be activated the date you want to start using the pass and will be valid for 3 days.
295 Per Person

The Paris Pass - 4 days

A 4-day Adult Paris Pass gives you an all-in-one comprehensive sightseeing package that will save you time, money and stress, providing you everything you need to discover Paris from free entry, to fast-track entry and useful information along the way! You'll enjoy FREE ENTRY to the top 60 Paris museums and monuments like the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and more. FREE ENTRY to the best Paris attractions including a River Cruise and tour of the Opera Garnier. A FREE Paris Bus Tour to see the sights on a 1 day hop on hop off Big Bus tour. Unlimited travel on the metro, RER and buses with the Paris Visite Travelcard. Paris Pass holders enjoy Fast Track Entry to some of the busiest museums and art galleries in Paris, including the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay, Centre Pompidou and Grevin Wax Museum. Just show your valid Paris Pass and jump to the front of the line! The Paris Pass also includes a free guidebook with every adult pass, packed full of useful information and top tips for exploring Paris. The Paris Visite Card needs to be activated the date you want to start using the pass and will be valid for 4 days.
425 Per person

Round Trip CDG or Orly Airport to Hotel Transfers - Includes Meet and Greet at the Airport

A chauffeur will personally greet you in the arrivals area of CDG or Orly airport with a sign displaying your name. You'll be assisted with your bags and then driven directly to your hotel.
425 Per car: Up to 3 people

Day Tour Versailles

Known throughout the world for its Palace and accompanying gardens, the town of Versailles, situated 16 kilometers to the south-west of Paris, is of utmost importance in French history, not only being the city of Kings, from Louis XIII to Louis XVI, but also the birthplace of the French Revolution. In the 17th Century, King Louis XIII set out to build a hunting rendez-vous point in Versailles, in a small village of which nothing is left today. The town was completely transformed by the Sun King (le Roi Soleil in French), Louis XIV, who constructed one of Europe's biggest palaces: The Palace of Versailles. In the 18th Century, Versailles was considered a highly modern city. The arrangement of its three principal avenues, along with its gardens and lakes inspired the construction of Washington, USA, at the start of the 20th Century, which is just how it remains today. The luxurious palace of Versailles (containing 2300 rooms across a 63000m? property) with its Hall of Mirrors and its huge apartments, surrounded by parks and French gardens and filled with the most beautiful fountains and monumental lakes - the Domaine fountain being one of the most prestigious sites on the planet. It is visited by over 10 million visitors each year! The visit of Versailles, place of royal excellence, offers a palette of emotions, by day and by night, thanks to its amazing natural spectacles of water and light, which are something to share with the whole family. Experience the grandeur of Versailles Palace and Gardens on a small-group tour that includes skip-the-line access, so you don't have to wait in the queue. With a maximum of only 14 people per group, this small-group trip to Versailles ensures a more intimate experience. There is a certain magic that fizzes through the air at the Palace of Versailles. Hidden away from the modern world, this majestic European castle on the outskirts of Paris is a perfectly preserved example of the reckless extravagance of the French monarchy. The famous Palace of Versailles is Parisian life at its most luxurious, with gold-brushed furniture, quilted four-poster beds and lush rolling lawns that stretch as far as the eye can see. Marvel at the sheer size of the Palace of Versailles, one of the most beautiful castles in the world with an astonishing 700 rooms. Highlights Half-day, small-group tour of the Palace of Versailles Guaranteed to skip the long lines at Versailles The tour also includes the famous Versailles fountain show or musical gardens on selected days Chateau of Versailles guided tour Stroll through the statue-filled palace gardens Small-group tour limited to 14 people, ensuring a more personalized experience This small-group tour is the best way to see the palace. Not only is the tour limited to just 14 people, meaning you'll experience more personalized attention from your guide, but it also gives you skip-the-line access, so you won't have to wait in the long lines. Inside the palace, peruse its incredible array of fine art and the intricate design of its 1,250 fireplaces as you work your way through the castle, including the King and Queen's apartments, the Chapel, the Coronation Room, Hall of Mirrors and the Salon of Abundance. Your guide will talk you through the rooms as you pass them, each one entirely different from the next. And just when you think that you have seen all that the Palace of Versailles has to offer, you'll burst into the sunlight and encounter its dazzling gardens, more than 1,800 acres in size. Departure Point: Less than five minutes walk from Versailles Palace Departure Time: Depart at 3 pm (arrive strictly at 2:45 pm) Duration: 2 hours, 45 minutes Return details: The tour concludes at the Gardens of Versailles so you will have the opportunity to continue an independent visit.
195 Per Person

Guided Walking Tour of Paris

There are several companies that offer great walking tours in Paris. The bottom line is that it's a great way to discover the city of lights. Each company offers various itineraries based on your fitness level and personal interests. The tours are generally small groups up to 10 people that meet at a specific location and you spend about 2 hours discovering a neighborhood. All the tours are English-speaking and designed to give you an insider's look at the most popular areas of the city. A sample of the tours includes: A Da Vinci Code Walk follows Dan Brown's novel throughout Paris. The French Revolution Walk follows the gripping tales from the overthrow of the monarchy to the guillotine. The World War II Walk covers the darkest hours in Paris history. The Montmartre Walk and Latin Quarter Walk explore their specific areas of Paris.
165 Per Person

Hop on Hop off Bus Tour of Paris

Discover Paris at your leisure with a two-day ticket on the Paris City Hop-on Hop-off Tour. Create your own itinerary as you see the most popular sights of Paris, keeping to your own personal timetable and not others! Get a bird's eye view of the cobbled streets of the Left Bank and the Napoleonic splendor of the Ecole Militaire. See the Eiffel Tower, Paris' most famous landmark. Stop off at the Arc de Triomphe and walk down the stylish Champs-Elysees. Become acquainted with some of the world's most famous artworks at the Louvre including the mysterious Mona Lisa. The Paris City Hop-on Hop-off Tour is the easiest way to get around town. You can hop-on and off at any of the nine stops as often as you like over a two day period. The open-top double-decker bus provides fantastic views from the top floor. Buses depart every 10 minutes in summer and every 20 minutes in winter, every day of the year. Recorded commentary is available onboard in French, English, Spanish, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Chinese. You will receive headphones for the commentary the first time you use your ticket. Highlights Two-day hop on hop off Paris bus ticket Tour the famous sights at your own pace, hopping on and off as you wish Fantastic views from the open-top double-decker bus
95 Per Person

Chateaux of Loire Valley - Day Trip

Tour includes guided visits of the three most famous chateaux: Amboise, Chenonceau and Chambord. Includes: Transportation in luxury air-conditioned coach. Entrance tickets for the three castle visits. Services of our licensed multilingual guide. You need to arrange your own lunch. There are restaurants on location, or you can bring your own food. Departure: 07.15 am daily from the departure location on Rue du Rivoli. Arrival back in Paris at 9.00 PM.
275 Per Person

Day Trip to Monet's Garden

The master of impressionism Claude Monet spent the final 43 years of his life (from 1883 to 1926) in his much celebrated and charming house in Giverny, Normandy, which has now been transformed into a museum. Declared a historic monument, this house welcomes 500,000 visitors each year. The visitor gets to know a little more about the artist and his family in this very well conserved romantic house, surrounded by trees and flowers, and illuminated by his impressionist touch. There one will find his workshop-living room, corridors, several apartments and his family kitchen, filled with brass cooking pots and blue tiles, his furniture and Japanese embossments being a source of inspiration in his paintings. Outside, the water garden allows you to enter in the aesthetic and plant-filled universe of Monet, with its wisteria, azaleas, roses, and peonies. There is a pond, a Japanese bridge, weeping willows and of course the water lilies that he immortalized in his art. Giverny is an enchantment, a true living painting in which one can wander around. This is a natural masterpiece saved from degrading thanks to American patrons Visit the beautiful home and garden that inspired the master of Impressionism, Claude Monet, on a half-day tour from Paris. The tour takes in Monet's restored home, garden and workshop at Giverny, where the famous Impressionist artist lived from 1883 to 1926. A particular highlight is a water-lily pond with its famous Japanese bridge which featured in many of Monet's masterpieces. Highlights Walk through Monet's inspirational garden Tour the home and workshop where Monet lived and worked Illuminating commentary from your expert guide-interpreter Air-conditioned coach transport Departure Point: Central Paris. The closest metro stations are Tuileries, Palais Royal or Pyramides (Line 1, 7, 14). Departure Time: Monday - Saturday: 1:45pm Sunday: 8:15am Duration: 5 hours (approx.) Return details: Returns to original departure point
225 Per Person

Day Passes to Disneyland Paris

DisneyLand® Paris is The Walt Disney Company's very own theme park, situated in Marne-la-Vallee, 32 kilometres to the east of Paris in the Seine-et-Marne department. Since its inauguration in 1992, this theme park has welcomed 250 million visitors, 15.6 million of which came in 2011 alone. DisneyLand® Paris is the most visited tourist destination in Europe. The Disney Village consists of two parks - the theme park and the Walt Disney Studios park. It's a trip inside the magic of Mickey Mouse, Peter Pan, Buzz Lightyear and all of their friends, where you are invited to cross 5 countries (with their own themes) dedicated to Disney classics and their heroes. Within the park there are a thousand and one adventures to be had, all with strong sensations guaranteed: FrontierLand, AdventureLand, DiscoveryLand, Fantasyland, from the legendary Far West to a journey through space in Space Mountain, passing by the world's largest captive balloon.
175 Per Person

Day Tour Mont St. Michel

Mont Saint-Michel's abbey, declared a historic monument, is situated in the town of the same name in the department of la Manche, in the Low-Normandy region some 360km from Paris. The commune and the bay have been declared World Heritage sites by Unesco. As the second most visited tourist site in the whole of France, the commune of Mont Saint-Michel welcomes up to 20,000 visitors per day during Summer. The Abbey, a stunning monument, was the fruit of several reconstruction phases throughout the 10th and 16th Centuries. It was built on a pyramid-shaped granite rock. To adapt to this, the workers in the Middle Ages, effectively 'wrapped' the buildings around the rock. Mont Saint-Michel's bay is home to one of the biggest tides in continental Europe (with up to 15 meters difference between high tide and low tide). A sea which, as they say, reaches "the speed of a galloping horse". The 80 meter long Abbey, the monastery, and the history of the church, all make Mont Saint-Michel a unique place to visit.
295 Per Person

Bateaux Mouche - Seine River Cruise

There is no better way to take in the City of Lights then on a wonderful boat ride along the Seine. A must for all visitors to Paris. The ride lasts about an hour, and don't forget your camera! The waters of the River Seine have always been the heart and soul of Paris, dating back to the days when the Parisii tribe first established a fishing village on the island now known as Ile de la Cite - between 250 and 200 B.C. Prized for its position as a major inland port, Paris has been invaded, occupied, and conquered by its share of foreigners over the course of two millennia, many of whom arrived by this waterway. The last major invasion by water occurred between 885 and 886 A.D., when 30,000 Norman pirates in 700 ships sailed up the Seine, only to find it valiantly defended by Comte Eudes. Ever since the days of the Roman Empire, when Paris prospered through extensive river trading and expanded to the Left Bank, the Seine has been a great commercial artery, linked by canals to the Loire, Rhine, and Rhone rivers. Officially established as the capital city by Clovis, king of the Franks (who defeated the Roman governor of Gaul and established the Merovingian dynasty), Paris evolved into a cultural center and a showcase of glorious architecture. It is appropriate that the center of Paris - particularly that section gracing the Seine around Ile de la Cite and Ile Saint-Louis - features some of the city's oldest and most majestic historic monuments. For the past half-century, perhaps one of the most relaxing and expedient ways to view these sights in all their grandeur has been from the glass-covered decks of the bateaux-mouches, those unique long-boats leisurely plying the Seine, from whose vantage point millions of tourists have acquired their considerable appreciation for all that Paris has to offer. On some days, the sheer volume of this boat traffic resembles an invasion of a different kind, albeit one of camera shutters and tourists gazing in wonderment. There appears to be some conjecture as to the origin of the term bateaux-mouches (whose literal translation is "fly-boats"). Some have asserted that the name of the oldest operating cruise line on the Seine - la Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches - originates from that of its founder, a gentleman by the name of Jean-Sebastien Mouche. However, this legend is generally conceded to be a hoax. A more likely scenario is that the name was derived from an area of Lyon where the predecessors of these boats were first built, before they were introduced to Paris at the end of the 19th century. The various arms of the Rhone River - in a marshy area of the river valley around Lyon - were called "mouches". Apparently, the boats - whose shallow hulls were well-suited for the purpose - were commonly found navigating these "mouches". In fact, while much of the marsh land has been drained and added to Lyon's viable real estate, one of its neighborhoods (a part of the 7th arrondissement) is still called "la Mouche" today.
95 Per Person
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Provisional Daily Itinerary:

Wednesday 5th: Bienvenue to Paris
7:30 p.m. You will be treated to a coupe of champagne or your favorite cocktail at the decadent Signature Bar at the Hotel Pont Royal. We look forward to meeting you, clinking some glasses, and answering any questions you may have.

Thursday 6th:
6:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. A delicious breakfast is included

10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. A guided walking tour of St. Germain will depart from the hotel lobby followed by a delightful lunch at Café Brienz for some amazing Crepes. (Approximately 3 miles of easy walking expected)

The first women’s semifinals match begins at 3 pm. For those with tickets we would suggest arriving by 1 p.m.

Friday 7th:
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. For those interested, a morning walk will be offered through the Jardin Luxembourg, arguably the most beautiful park in Paris. The casual moring walk will depart from the hotel lobby. We’ll likely make a quick coffee stop in a typical french cafe.

After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, the remainder of the morning is yours to relax or explore.

The first Men’s semifinals match begins at 3 p.m. The second semifinals not before 5:30 p.m.

A seated gourmet lunch and dinner at the Orangerie Hospitality is included with your tickets. An Open bar and facilities at the hospitality is also available to you throughout the day. For those with tickets we would suggest arriving by 1 p.m.

Saturday 8th:
After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, the remainder of the morning is yours to relax or explore.

The Women’s finals match begins at 3 pm. A seated gourmet lunch at the l’Orangerie Hospitality is included with your tickets. An Open bar and facilities at the hospitality is also available to you throughout the day. For those with tickets we would suggest arriving by 1 p.m.

We shall meet at the TBA restaurant at 8:20 for our 8:30 dinner seating.

Sunday 9th:
After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, the remainder of the morning is yours to relax or explore.

The Men’s finals begins at 3 pm. A seated gourmet lunch at the l’Orangerie Hospitality is included with your tickets. An Open bar and facilities at the hospitality is also available to you throughout the day. For those with tickets we would suggest arriving by 1 p.m.

Around 9-11 pm. For those who would like to join, we’ll be meeting up for drinks at The George Rooftop Lounge at Beaubourg for a farewell coupe de champagne or cocktail. A farewell drink is on us!

Monday 10th:
Enjoy a last gourmet breakfast and if you are heading to the airport, a car will be arranged to make your departure a breeze.

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Hotel Pont Royal

For our French Open Royal Package we’ve selected a truly special 5 star property coiled up in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, on Left Bank of the Seine. The Hotel Pont Royal shines with its unique location and immerses its guests into the artistic and literary Paris surrounded by the very best cafes and boutiques.

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Roland Garros is an easy 15-20 minute commute, with no line changes, necessary departing from the metro station Rue du Bac.

In an intimate, wooded decor, the Hotel Pont Royal offers an unique experience of tranquility within its 75 Rooms and Suites, each as luminous as the next. From your Room or Suite, be transported by the soul of the City of Light, its emblematic views over the roofs of Paris and its iconic monuments.

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Gastronomy as you wish!
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To ensure the best possible experience in the legendary Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, the Hotel Royal Hotel will offer you a unique gastronomic experience !
First, the culinary arts will be boldly expressed in the famous restaurant "L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon", 1* Michelin Guide, directly accessible from the Hotel. You can also experiment the art of mixology in our Signature Bar, where the menu is meticulously crafted by our Head Bartender Frédéric Maitre. Tasting his original, tasty cocktails will become the highlight of your day!

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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
  • Paris Metro Travelcard
  • Complete CTT Welcome Tour Guide
  • 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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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