Roland Garros: a tournament not to be missed for tennis fans
For tennis lovers, the Roland Garros tournament has undoubtedly been one of the major sporting events in France every year since 1928. In the emblematic Roland-Garros stadium, several players from various regions of the world, including Southern Europe and Latin America, compete against each other for two weeks. With worldwide media coverage and a record audience for many editions, it is an event in which individual tennis fans and professionals can participate in search of a showcase to make themselves known.
Presented as one of the most difficult Grand Slam tournaments, Roland Garros offers the opportunity to attend a high-level competition with quality shows offered by the players. This is one of the reasons why this event has been so popular with participants since its inception. People come from all over the world to participate in this sports festival and enjoy discovering Paris.
Hotel San Regis: a 5-star hotel of choice for your stay in Paris during the Roland Garros tournament
Mobility is a key criterion when participating in world-renowned events such as the Roland Garros tournament. That is why particular emphasis must be placed on the choice of the place to stay in order to be able to reach the stage where the competition is taking place more easily. Located in the 8th arrondissement district in the famous golden triangle, Hotel San Regis is the ideal point to reach the Roland-Garros stadium without difficulty. A true haven of peace, our 5-star hotel seduces with its exceptional charm. It will therefore be able to meet the expectations of people looking for a discreet and authentic place.
With our 42 exceptional rooms and suites equipped and perfectly decorated, our luxury hotel offers optimal comfort to all our guests during their stay in Paris for the Roland Garros. It also has a tea room, a bar and a restaurant for a tasting of dishes from French gastronomy on site. Thanks to its central location in the heart of Paris, you can easily reach the capital's main monuments such as the Grand Palais or the Champs Elysées.