When and where will the 2022 French Open take place?
The 2022 Roland-Garros French Open is scheduled for 16 May – 5 June, 2022 at the Stade Roland Garros in Paris, France (see more detailed location info below). The full Roland-Garros French Open event schedule showing planned dates for the rounds of singles and doubles competition can be accessed here and grounds/court maps can be found here.
Where can you buy tickets for the French Open?
Where is the best place to stay for the French Open?
The best places to stay for the French Open – if you want to stay close by – are in the Parisian right bank areas of Boulogne-Billancourt or Auteuil. For those desiring to stay closer to tourist attractions, head a bit more to the northeast and look for the 7th Arrondissement (left bank – home of the Eiffel Tower), 1st Arrondissement (right bank – home of the Louvre art museum), or 8th Arrondissement (right bank – home of the Arc de Triomphe & Avenue des Champs Elysées).
“Right Bank” vs “Left Bank” – the right bank refers to the areas north of the River Seine in Paris whereas the left bank refers to the areas south. This can be a bit confusing for visitors as the river winds throughout the city.
See below for the best hotel & lodging deals in the Stade Rolland-Garros area (enter dates and zoom out/in to see more options at various price points).
Don't wait until the last minute… around the dates of the tournament, lodging near Stade Rolland-Garros and surrounding areas will become more scarce and prices will go up.
How do you get to the French Open? Are public transport options available?
The address for Stade Rolland Garros is: 2 Av. Gordon Bennett, 75016 Paris, France
Public transport is available for the French Open and usage is recommended. The official site has a pretty good rundown of public transportation options and advice on how to get there. A few key points of emphasis we'll reiterate here: 1) Before you leave the metro station, buy your return ticket. That will help you avoid the lines on the way back. 2) There is little to no public parking nearby and they will ticket/tow. If you need to drive, use one of the recommended public car parks. 3) If taking a taxi or ride-share, be sure to know the designated drop-off & pick-up points before arrival. It is prohibited to drop people off or pick them up on the roads around the stadium.
Have a wheelchair user or someone of impaired mobility in your party? Please visit this page for accessibility options.
For flights, Paris’s Orly (ORY) or Charles DeGaulle (CDG) are your closest and best options; both are major international airports. A bit further north of the city, Beauvais Airport (BVA) is a hub for budget carriers.
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