French Open 2018 Finals Package
May 27 – June 10, 2018
Stade Roland Garros, Paris
Roland Garros and spring time in Paris – ooh la la!
Below is our Finals French Open Package. If this doesn’t fit your needs (or budget!), call us and we will gladly customize a package for you. ‘Lots of choices: dates, accommodations, air, transfers, tours, side trips!
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We are currently honoring our 2017 French Open prices for 2018!
- 2 days at Roland Garros: Saturday June 9 and Sunday June 10 – Tickets include 1st category seating on Philippe-Chatrier Court (traditionally first 18 rows)
- 4 nights at your choice of 2 local hotels in nice Parisian neighborhood – just a 10-15 minute walk to Roland Garros; check in Friday June 8; check out Tuesday June 12
- Paris city tour and Seine River cruise
- Guide to Paris, restaurants, museums and travel information
- Airport transfers to and from your hotel
- Optional add-on tours
- Mac Sports Travel assistance
- All taxes and service fees
Cost per Person for Finals French Open Package:
- Hotel Poussin: $3933 double occupancy, $4453 single occupancy
- Queen’s Hotel: $4133 double occupancy, $4653 single occupancy
Options for Finals French Open Package:
- Sightseeing tours of Paris or nearby? Monet’s garden or Versailles home tour?
- Bike tour of Paris or champagne region
- Hotel options – 3, 4, or 5 star
- Round trip air
- Airport transfers
- Additional nights and tickets
- Dinner reservations
- These dates don’t work for you? We will customize your trip!
About the Hotels:
Hotel Poussin is a 10-minute walk to Roland Garros stadium, near the Parc des Princes. The rooms have just been refurbished with new carpet, furniture and baths. Rooms include: wireless Internet, sound damping, hairdryer, flat screen TV, international network direct telephone, mini bar, and individual safe. It’s just a 30-minute walk to Eiffel Tower. A very typical Parisian hotel with a great staff and includes breakfast.
The Queen's Hotel is in a wonderful Parisian neighborhood - it is in the heart "Village d'Auteuil" and only 15 minutes to Roland Garros. There are many top-notch restaurants to choose from in the neighbouhood. Guest rooms offer refined style and all the modern comforts with TV, air-conditioning, minibar, safety deposit box, shower or bath and free Wi-Fi internet access. Each room is decorated with an original work of a contemporary artists. It’s also just a 30-minute walk to the Eiffel Tower and 1 block to the metro. Everyone loves the charm of the Queen's Hotel.
HOTEL MOLITOR PARIS
Hotel Molitor Paris Discover an urban resort nestled in the heart of the chic 16th arrondissement of Paris. Dive into the outdoor pool, open all year round and heated to 28°C, or swim in the historic 1930s indoor pool. Relax in the Spa by Clarins, the sauna, the hammam, or have a private lesson with a sports coach. The gourmet restaurant welcomes a guest MOF (Best Craftsman of France) every season. The roof terrace offering cocktails and light meals is open from May to September.
Information on the French Open:
The Roland Garros app will be available to download on your phone in early May. You’ll be able to follow your favorite players, pre-order your take-away menus, etc.
Gates open at 10:00 AM each day and close 45 minutes after the last match finishes – around 7pm.
The suggested “dress of the day” at Roland Garros is smart casual. Layering your clothing works out well in the event of a cool morning and warm afternoon. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes!
There are many shops and souvenir stands on the grounds of Roland Garros. They sell a wide range of T-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, hats, towels, as well as gifts, books, videos, crystal, china, umbrellas, handbags, scarves, ties, and more. Credit cards are accepted at all of the shops. It is always best to purchase souvenirs on the first day that you attend the tournament; as popular items notoriously sell out!
Paris - Grand vistas and architecture, bohemians and intellectuals, romance and cabaret blend into the intoxicating joie de vivre that signifies the exuberant French capital. Paris is a city of cultural riches to be savored, from the Eiffel Tower to Notre Dame, boulevards to bars, literature, art, museums and magical lights. Open your senses to Paris!
Cruising, Art and Cabaret Immerse yourself in the romance of Paris, cruising the Seine to experience this beautiful city from the water. Walking is one of the best ways to explore the city, following the river to the famous monuments and museums along its path. Discover the astounding collections in the Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, and Pompidou Centre at your leisure or take the hop-on hop-off bus to see all the sights. Stroll along the left or right bank for a taste of authentic Parisian wine and bar culture, and see the spectacular cabaret artistes of the Moulin Rouge, Lido or paradise Latin show.
Culture, Food & Shopping Feel cultured, decadent and stylish all in one day! Explore the ancient streets and lively cafés of the Latin Quarter, and the Left Bank homes of Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, and Jim Morrison, or the famous graves in Pere Lachaise cemetery. Shop for high tea and high fashion in St Germain des Prés, encounter the hottest designers, unleash your inner fashionista, develop your nose, and find the right accessory to enhance your new Parisian look. Enjoy the taste of Paris as you stroll along the Left Bank and Latin Quarter, indulge your sweet tooth in gourmet chocolate and pastries, while walking through lovely Parisian neighbourhoods or make your own fine specialist desserts.
Paris Day Trips Explore France's royal and cultural history on a trip to Monet's garden and Louis XIV's grand palace of Versailles, truly like entering a time machine. Discover the magnificent vineyards and world class cellars of the Champagne region home to Dom Perignon, Moet & Chandon and Mumm. Head to Normandy for history and if you have time, hope on the Eurostar for a day trip to London.
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