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2 avenue Gordon Bennett Stade Roland Garros, 75016 Paris France
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etbtravelphotography wrote a review Jul 2019
Denver, Colorado643 contributions192 helpful votes
Bot tickets at the last minute on the Roland-Garros website. Name is assigned, so tickets can't be scalped making seeing tennis a reasonable price! Rain and umbrellas a nuisance. The bathrooms at Suzanne Lengren stadium are choas (bottle neck of traffic in this area). Limited options of food. Tennis and venue, however, were great. For all you need to know about roland-garros visit my TA trips page ETBtravelphotography, https://www.tripadvisor.com/Trips/89320353/Paris
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Date of experience: June 2019
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annafromathens wrote a review Jun 2019
Geneva, Switzerland50 contributions13 helpful votes
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I've visited all 4 Grand Slams, and Roland Garros is by far the smallest venue. As every other event, there are some good and some bad points. The good: 1) You can get tickets, very easily. General entry tickets are as cheap as 20 EUR. This is extremely important: If you cannot get in, you cannot enjoy it! (At Wimbledon, for example, very few tickets are on sale - most are distributed through a ballot) 2) Play on clay is always spectacular, and if you are a Nadal fan, RG is *the* Grand Slam to attend. Be aware that on windy days some of the clay will end up on your clothes! 3) Great merchandising available (clothes, tennis bags, etc), possibly the best I've seen at any Grand Slam. 4) Easily accessible with the Paris metro system. You will need to walk a little, or take one of the shuttles, but reaching the RG grounds is quite easy. 5) Great coffee! The bad: 1) The organizers clearly did not know how to handle "free seating" in the big courts. Some matches were postponed due to rain, and the following day the public was invited to go watch these matches, in the big show courts (while only paying a "general entry" ticket). There were several empty seats, lots of people were eager to go in to watch, and the security guys were saying that the seats had been "saved". In this case, since spectators have not paid for a specific seat in that show court, they cannot "save" their seats. So this is something Roland Garros needs to address, in the future. 2) They need to provide some shelter from the rain. It rained a lot while we were there, and there was only one tent to hide under, which was packed. The organizers should put up some more tents around the courts. 3) There was not a lot of food choice. All the stands had the same things, and they were not particularly good. (Except for the crepes - the crepes were not bad at all). Considering we're in France, the food really should be better. 4) Too many security checks. I'm all for security at an event, but this is ridiculous. RG is the only Grand Slam where we need to bring passports with us. Also, completely emptying everybody's bags takes ages. They should install some x-ray machines, and save time.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Canuckmummy wrote a review Jun 2019
Pickering, Canada55 contributions24 helpful votes
We attended for 2 days and it was awful. Roland Garros was highly disorganized, over crowded and unsafe. I paid to watch tennis not spend my time lining up for the washroom or for food. Given the space constraints and to improve the visitor experience and safety, they should sell 20% less tickets. Even getting from the new Simone Mathieu Court to Suzanne Langlen was frustrating with the crowds of people. We lined up to watch Shapovalov on Court 7 and were crushed by the heave of fans trying to push their way in. There was no organization or formal queue, just a crush of people. It was scary. The WiFi was terrible - very spotty and only accessible in limited areas. The food options were limited and the shelves were bare by 3pm!!! And the customer service was appalling. I have attended many big tournaments, including the US Open in New York and the Rogers Cup in Toronto, and both are phenomenal experiences. Roland Garros is a disaster and the staff do not care. I will never go back.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Donald K wrote a review Jun 2019
Ligonier, PA, United States171 contributions42 helpful votes
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Spent two days at the Roland Garros. Beautiful venue with great tennis. My husband is an avid player and fan. This was one of his dreams. Got to see Nadal play today. Got rained out but saw some wonderful tennis
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Kajal wrote a review May 2019
Singapore16 contributions20 helpful votes
If going for French Open 2019,DO NOT BUY THE PREMIUM DISCOVERY TICKETS!! The over 350 euro tickets marketing states premium seats with access to a "private lounge where uou can relax between the matches and enjoy unlimited access to food & beverages throughout the day". Reality - the so called lounge is a sports complex a good 10 minute walk outside the stadium!!! So each time you want a "beverage" your going to miss more than half the match going back and forth! What a complete scam! Thankfully for us Roger Federer played the day we visited... so can't call the day a wash out but definitely left with a bad taste in the mouth on what the French think they can pass off as "premium. Am sure am not getting a cent back on thee tickets but am definitely never ever coming back to French Open be fleeced and conned ever again !!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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