Roland Garros is an annual event avidly anticipated by all tennis enthusiasts and remains one of the most exceptional international sporting occasions. The French Open is the second Grand Slam tournament of the year and provides the grand finale to the clay court season. Enjoy this great sporting spectacle during your stay at the Hotel L'Interlude!


The elite of world tennis at Roland Garros

Created in 1925 and originally held on the western fringe of Paris, the French Open tennis tournament moved to the Roland Garros Stadium in 1928, where it has remained ever since. Organised by the French Tennis Federation, the French Open will take place this year from May 22nd to June 11th. The tournament is a challenging one for players due to the nature of the playing surface, which slows down the ball and makes it bounce high, resulting in long and physically demanding exchanges. This kind of action, however, is extremely entertaining for spectators. Fans of high-level tennis will be flocking to the centre court to find out who will succeed last year’s winners Novak Djokovic and Garbiñe Muguruza. Will Andy Murray and Serena Williams lift the trophies this year? And what about the clay court genius Rafael Nadal?  He’ll be looking for a tenth French Open title to consolidate his unprecedented run of victories at the Roland Garros. This great Parisian sporting occasion is a major event not to be missed and attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. You could be among them! 


Much more than a tennis tournament

Initiated in collaboration with the French Tennis Federation and the City of Paris, the Roland Garros Stadium is undergoing a five year expansion programme. The popularity of the facility, which was built in 1928 to provide a French venue for the Davis Cup, means that its current size is no longer adequate, so in order to welcome the spectators in optimum conditions, this major project is necessary. The stadium currently has 24 courts, as well as a VIP area, a restaurant and bar complex and the Roland Garros Village. There is also a fine multimedia museum dedicated to the history of tennis in general and the French Open in particular. Ideally located on more than 10 hectares in the prestigious and chic 16th arrondissement in the west of Paris, and close to the natural loveliness of the Bois de Boulogne, the stadium also boasts pleasant green spaces in which to relax. A luxury brand, Roland Garros represents French prestige and chic Parisian style. Why not take advantage of this opportunity to attend a world-famous sporting event? The friendly team at the Hotel L'Interlude will be delighted to welcome you. Conveniently situated in the heart of the capital, our comfortable hotel is ideal for a pleasant stay during the sunny days of spring, and from here you can easily reach the Roland Garros Stadium to enjoy the thrills and action of the French Open.



Hôtel L'Interlude - Elegant and comfortable three star Hotel, Paris 12th district