See Roland Garros: Stay at Luxury Hotel Balzac
8 February 2016
Tennis at Roland Garros Followed by a Luxury Stay at Hotel Balzac
Roland Garros, the highlight of the spring tennis season, and the most prestigious event to be held on clay is almost here...
With tickets allocated on a first come first serve basis from February 2016, many fans are planning ahead and making early bookings to ensure they get the best possible experience from one of the greatest tennis events of the year.
Take a look at the great range of tickets available here.
This year, like every year, Hotel Balzac is ready to open its doors to tennis enthusiasts looking to make the most of their Roland Garros experience. With a range of luxury in-room spa treatments, Pierre Gagnaire’s 3-Star flagship restaurant (advance booking strongly recommended) on the ground floor, and some of the finest cocktails in the city being served in our bar... there is a wealth of luxury awaiting
And with the 2016 tournament shaping up to be a record breaker of an event… it’s certainly one that you’re going to want to do in the lap of five-star luxury.
Tennis & a Luxury Hotel Stay
When you're done with tennis for the day, the finest nightlife in the world is waiting for you just outside our luxury hotel. The Champs-Elysées is a mere thirty seconds away and you can reach the Arc de Triomphe, Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V in a matter of minutes.
So if you're looking to attend the Roland Garros in style... and enjoy Paris in luxury, the Hotel Balzac is your perfect starting point.
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