Roland Garros

Roland Garros

Roland Garros, or the French Open, invites the finest tennis players in the world to Paris each year to duel on its unique clay courts. A major draw for international visitors and French enthusiasts alike, the Roland Garros tournament is consistently packed with spectators looking for hard hitting action.

Once the final match of the day finishes, guests will want a nearby hotel in Paris to unwind in. Choose the Radisson Blu Hotel Champs Elysées, Paris for comfortable accommodation just under six kilometres from the excitement of Roland Garros.

The French Open at Stade Roland Garros
The French Open runs each year at Stade Roland Garros and follows the Australian Open as the second Grand Slam event for the year. Many consider Roland Garros the most demanding of the four Grand Slam events, as the playing surface consists of clay and there is no tiebreak option for the final sets of men's singles.

The modern French Open was first held in 1925 and the tournament came to Stade Roland Garros, named after a World War I hero, in 1928. In 1968, the French Open began to allow both amateurs and professionals to compete in the tourney.

Both men and women compete over the two weeks of Roland Garros, working their way through seven challenging rounds.

Stay near the action with Radisson Blu Hotel Champs Elysées, Paris
Tennis fans need not miss a moment of tennis action at Roland Garros with a stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel Champs Elysées, Paris. Located approximately six kilometres from the French Open venue, you can choose private or public transport to reach the stadium quickly and easily.

After a long day of tennis at Roland Garros, guests can sink into one of the soft beds in their Paris accommodation or enjoy a refined dining experience at La Place restaurant.