Paris and its surroundings for Champions and Romantics


Paris and its surroundings for Champions and Romantics

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Discover Paris differently at an exceptional villa along the Seine River, hidden on the Saint Germain island just a stone’s throw away from the joys of the French capital.


This exceptional guesthouse was the home of Novak Djokovic during last year’s French Open and has won first prize in international architecture at the Cemex Building Awards and was featured on New York City’s WACB TV as one of the most beautiful homes in the world, no doubt for its perfect harmonization of top of the line technological innovation and sleek natural design.


The spectacular four bedroom villa La Maison Paris features a stunning open space reception area with a retractable glass wall which opens to an expansive terrace and telescopic heated swimming pool. The vast backyard slopes gently down to a dock, from which you will be able to cruise across the Seine in style thanks to your fabulous private boat.


Steeped in history and cultural heritage, the awe-inspiring Chantilly region has plenty to offer to travelers looking for a unique and truly exceptional holiday experience.


The Château de Chantilly is a well-kept secret, offering the opulence and grandeur of the Palace of Versailles without the flocks of foreign tourists. The Condé Museum houses a magnificent collection of paintings, furnishings, books, manuscripts and art. Stroll through the beautifully landscaped grounds and discover the Maison de Sylvie and the Jeu de Paume, or enjoy meeting the horses in the Grand Stables and at the Museum of the Living Horse.


Attend the 114th edition French Open from May 19th to June 7th. The Roland Garros tournament is the premier clay court tennis championship event in the world, and is often considered to be one of the most physically demanding.


Enjoy reserved seating tickets on all the courts including the Center Court Philippe Chatrier where the 5th Tour of Men’s and Women’s Singles will take place, the Suzanne Lenglen Court, Court N°1 and Annex courts as well as exceptional VIP services. Will the five year running Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal manage to keep his title as the clay court king, or will he be dethroned? Be one of the lucky few to witness this legendary match first hand!



Enjoy a privately guided tour of the Louvre Palace, one of the greatest museums ever built.


The Louvre has dominated central Paris since the 12th Century. The dark fortress of the early days was transformed into the sumptuous palace of the Sun King, Louis XIV. It was the Royal Palace of the Kings of France until Louis XIV moved to Versailles in 1682, and remained the formal seat of government until the end of the French Revolution. Ever since it has housed a vast art collection, considered one of the most complete in the world, containing more than 400 000 works of art. Styles range across an incredible array of different fields of artistic interest, from the earliest civilizations of Western Asia to 19th Century neo-classicism.


NET cost including services of a private expert guide and entry tickets for 2: 490.00 EUR