From May 22 to June 11, Paris will abandon, as every year, its traditional red and blue colors to adopt the vibrant ochre and yellow of the Roland Garros clay courts. The most prestigious international men's and women's tennis tournament will open its doors, mixing tradition and innovation. Book your stay in one of the seven hotels of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle to enjoy it!


Tennis, but not only...

Let's not forget that Roland Garros is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments and therefore one of the most competitive events on the professional circuit for both men and women. The biggest stars prepare themselves year after year to shine on the clay courts of the Porte d'Auteuil stadium. Tennis enthusiasts will therefore be all set. But Roland Garros is also much more than that. It is the panamas in the stands, as soon as the first rays of sunshine appear, it is the stars in crocodile polo shirts who display their best sunglasses, it is also these bottles of sparkling water, historical sponsor, that we sip carelessly lying in the deckchairs of the terrace commenting on the forehand stroke of one and the cut of the shirt of the other ...


Roland's direction

In addition to the ochre of the clay court and the yellow of the small ball, Roland Garros is becoming more and more green. Environmental issues are at the heart of the organization's reflections, and each year it finds more committed solutions. From one of the seven hotels of the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle, why not try out the bicycle routes that have been set up? They allow you to reach the Porte d'Auteuil by electric bike while passing by some of the most emblematic places in Paris... 


With its seven boutique hotels located in the most iconic areas of Paris, the Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle invites you to take advantage of all the Parisian events. Discover our galaxy of hotels and choose the one from which you will take off for Roland Garros!


Roland Garros 2023

Photo : Alexi Tauzin

Compagnie Hôtelière de Bagatelle, a collection of unique boutique hotels in Paris