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Hotel Ohm

Hotel Ohm

The Hotel Ohm is located in the heart of the most prestigious part of Paris, in a confidential & quiet district, but just a stone's throw away from the most famous Parisian buildings.

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The Ohm Hotel Paris 16

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Book a hotel for Roland Garros in Paris

One of the most important events in the world of tennis takes place in the Roland Garros stadium, in the heart of the 16th district of Paris. It is one of the 4 so-called Grand Slam tournaments.

Close to the tennis courts and the Parc des Princes stadium where the Paris Saint Germain is playing, the 3-star Ohm boutique hotel is a unique place that allows you to visit the backstage of Roland Garros in just a few steps.

A dream for tennis enthusiasts: history of the stadium, the epic of the Musketeers, and the wonderful Suzanne Lenglen... Of course, the visit takes you to the Saint des Saints: the changing rooms, the press centre, the Philippe-Chatrier court.

Located close to Roland Garros, the journey to the stadium from our hotel at 11 rue Claude Terrasse 75016 Paris can be done either on foot or by bus, using lines 88 and 241.

On foot, just walk along Boulevard Exelmans and cross the ring road. Walk past the Molitor swimming pool, then turn right into Avenue Gordon Bennett, where the entrance for the spectators and artists of the little yellow ball is located.

Following this path, no matter how accomplished a sportsman or woman you are, it takes about 15 minutes on foot. It will take you half an hour by public transit. This last option avoids carrying bags of snowshoes...

In the post-war years, the big names of world tennis were present in Paris during the French internationals. Some of them will be remembered: Suzanne Lenglen, the American, as well as our compatriots Henry Cochet, Jean Borotra, René Lacoste and Jacques Brugnon. A new stadium was built in 1928, with the ambition of receiving the revenge of the Davis Cup won by the French in Philadelphia.

During negotiations between the city of Paris and the French stadium, the latter imposes the name of the stadium. It should be named after a pilot from the Great War who died in combat. This brave man, a graduate of the Stade Français in the rugby section, was none other than Roland Garros.

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Impossible to evoke Roland Garros without mentioning some incredible figures :

More than 50,000 balls used during the fortnight;

12 victories won by Rafael Nadal in Paris at Porte d'Auteuil;

Almost 50 million euros paid to the players.

The stars of the tournament are cheered on in 189 countries.

480,000 spectators attend the matches, but after the renovation of the complex, Roland Garros will welcome around 600,000 people.

The Parc des Princes, with its 47,929 seats, is the little brother of the Stade de France. It plays host to the Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) team in national and international competitions.

Equipped with some of the best players in the world, this football team is one of the most prestigious in the world.

The stadium owes its name to the district located between the Route des Princes and the Porte des Princes. On July 18, 1897 the Parc des Princes bicycle stadium was built, which will host the arrival of the Tour de France in 1903, then the first confrontation between the XV de France and the All Blacks in 1906.

Many hazards (wars, works) suggest that it will disappear. But in 1972, his new face is presented to the public. The PSG and its financial partners took charge of this marvellous arena, which became multi-purpose: sports matches, concerts, etc.

If you don't feel like walking 8 minutes to get there, the 72 bus will take you there in a flash.

Welcome to the Ohm Hotel, ideal for staying in Paris 16, just a stone's throw from the Parc des Princes and Roland Garros!

Paris 16 from our hotel

Four districts, from north to south, make up most of the 16th arrondissement of Paris. That of Chaillot, Porte Dauphine, La Muette and Auteuil. It is undoubtedly the most visited district of the capital, because it holds treasures... The Champ de Mars and the Trocadero, whose view of the Eiffel Tower brings together millions of people a year.

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