Broach Sports Tours Offering VIP Seating Packages to 2014 French Open Tennis

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Those booking by March 31 will receive a $300 per person discount; packages include flights, tickets, choice of hotels, Paris Pass and Metro pass, and more.

Broach Sports Tours

Broach Sports Tours

This isn't just a tennis tournament, it's a Grand Slam in Paris.

Broach Sports Tours is offering a new VIP seating package to the 2014 French Open tennis tournament along with a $300 per person discount for anyone booking by March 31, president Tom Broach has announced.

Broach Sports Tours has also added the Millennium Opera Hotel as one of its hotel partners.

“We are excited to add this VIP seating package and to add the Millennium Opera Hotel to our list of hotel options,” Broach said. “These made a fabulous trip even more fabulous, with great seats and great accommodations in a great area of Paris.

“Tickets have become very tight this year, so we are happy to say that we still have tickets available, and with our $300 per person discount we believe our packages to be the best and most-affordable on the market.”

The French Open will be held at Roland Garros from Sunday, May 25 through Sunday, June 8.

Broach Sports Tours’ standard package includes roundtrip airfare from 50 U.S. cities to Paris, five nights hotel accommodations, tickets for Monday, May 26 and Tuesday, May 27 with VIP lower-bowl reserved seating at Court Chatrier between the net and the baseline, Metro transportation, museum passes, Broach Sports Tour gift bag and welcome dinner, Broach Sports Tours host, and more.

The package with five nights at the three-star Hotel Poussin within walking distance of Roland Garros is priced at $4411 per person double occupancy or $4811 single, then minus the $300 per person discount.

The package with five nights at the four-star Millennium Opera Hotel in the heart of Paris runs $5213 per person double occupancy or $5613 single, then minus the $300 per person discount.

Broach Sports Tours also has options to add more tickets, hotel nights, or tours, and can also put together custom packages.

“This isn’t just a tennis tournament, it’s a Grand Slam in Paris,” Broach said. “There’s just such an exciting vibe throughout the grounds, and of course the red clay is more magnificent in person than first-timers can imagine. It’s definitely an experience that belongs on every sports fan’s bucket list.”

Broach Sports Tours has been taking groups to Roland Garros for more than a decade. Based in Charlotte, N.C., it has been a leader in the sports group and travel industry for the past 21 years. It operates more than 25 Major League Baseball tours each summer and also specializes in Masters, U.S. Open and Ryder Cup golf packages, as well as French Open, Wimbledon and U.S. Open tennis packages.

For more information, contact director of tennis John Delong at 800-849-6345 or visit

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