Published on Sunday, 27 April 2014
Roland Garros tennis tournament in 2014 is happening between May 25th to June 8th 2014. This is one of the most prestigious tennis championships, coming in close behind Wimbledon. If you are a tennis fan, this is an event that you should not miss. Some of the biggest sporting stars will be going head to head, competing to win this superb tournament. Not only will you see some famous people on the court, there will be a whole host of celebrities attending to view the event.
Roland Garros tennis tournament in 2014 : Some history at the Roland Garros museum
The stunning stadium which is the host of this world class tennis tournament was built way back in 1928. Originally the tournament standings were limited to men's singles. Some time later, women's and doubles games were added to the order of play.
If you want to learn some more about the history of tennis and would like the chance to meet and greet players at some signing events and conferences, then you may like to pay a visit to the Roland Garros Tennis Museum. You will find many exhibitions, art showings and many other tennis themed attractions.
Today we have the full order of play, with people from all countries and walks of life coming to compete in the tournament. This really is a tournament not to be missed, the atmosphere is amazing and you will be drawn into the excellence of the entire event.
Hotel de la Herse d'Or is the perfect hotel to get to Roland Garros 2014
If you are planning to be in Paris during the tournament dates, you are going to want to find some suitable accommodation. If you are looking for a great place to stay in the heart of the city, the Hotel de la Herse d'Or is the ideal place. One thing that will grab your attention about this hotel is the beautiful grounds that surround its authentic French architecture.
Picture copyright holder Roland Garros 2014 - Scenes : Photographer Yann Caradec, flickr.com, licence CC BY-SA 2.0
Hôtel de la Herse d’Or Paris,
a charming hotel in the heart of the Marais district in Paris.