BNP Paribas Masters at Palais Omnisport Paris-Bercy
Are you looking to enjoy a sporting spectacle? Then the BNP Paribas Masters which will be held in the French capital this autumn is for you.
Part of the ATP (Association of Tennis Professionals) World Tour, this tour showcases many of the greats of the tennis world including Federer, Tsonga and reigning ATP champion Djokovic. The 9th and final ATP World Tour Masters 1000, the Paris edition offers the chance to win the prestigious title as well as one of the remaining qualifying spots for the Barclays ATP World Tour Finals.
Taking place from October 31st until November 6th at the AccorHotels Arena (originally called the Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy and often still referred to as this or simply as the Bercy Arena) just to the southeast of the city centre in Paris’ 12th arrondissement, the BNP Paribas Masters has been held there every year since its inception in 1984.
The 2016 edition of this incredible sporting event will see some of the greats of the international tennis circuit compete in front of thousands of spectators on a hard-court surface. To find out more about this competition, visit the official site here.
Aside from the tennis competition, the huge and cultural city of Paris offers many other sites and things to do. From its famous historical and cultural buildings like the Cathedral of Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower, to the trendy district of Montmartre and the incredible shopping areas, there is something for everyone in this lively and bustling city.
Getting to the arena is simple too, since it is well serviced by local public transport including the bus, the metro (station Bercy), and is less than a kilometer from 3 major Paris train stations; Paris Gare de Lyon, Paris-Austerlitz and Paris-Bercy.
Fraser Suites Paris La Defense offers the perfect accommodation for your stay when visiting Paris for the BNP Paribas Masters. Not only can you stay in luxurious and elegantly decorated surroundings, but you can get around the city with ease. Close to the metro system, it also lies on the same line, the Line No. 1, as the closest metro to the arena. For more attractions in the La Defense area of Paris, click here.
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