On-line Guide: Rolex-Monte Carlo Masters
Posted Dec 2018 in Go & Do
Held in the dream destination of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, a real treat is to combine a stay with us with the Rolex-Monte Carlo Masters. For 2019 it will take place between 13th- 21st of April.
With views of sparkling seas and much milder temperatures than an English spring, you can’t say no to the Cote d’Azur after a gruelling British winter. With Nadal winning the title for the last 3 years, spectators are eager to discover if he can hold this title, or finally be thrown off his throne. If watching some of the best tennis players in the world with a glass of champagne in one hand appeals to you (why wouldn’t it?), then get your tickets asap – they don’t hang around. They have been on sale since October, but generally sell out towards the end of February.
There are two main courts at the Masters; the Court Rainier III (main court) and the smaller Court des Princes, and you can buy tickets for either. Prices increase by each day and are obviously most expensive on the last three days (when the quarters, semis and final takes place).
Those who want to go all out for the tennis can buy a ‘Privilege’ offer. This does come at a hefty price but gives you one of the best seats in the house, a Michelin star lunch and entrance to the VIP village, where you may catch a glimpse of a few celebrities.
If French is a struggle, the easiest way to book your tickets is on-line through the English option. You choose which days you want to visit and seats, pay then print the tickets off and bring them along with you. Simple. For more inform on prices, and to book this prestigious events, go to montecarlotennismasters.com.