CLAUDE MONET’S GARDENS
Having set up home in Giverny in 1883, Claude Monet developed a passion for gardening.First came his Norman-style enclosure, and then from 1890, his famous water garden. Both testify to his love of plants and flowers, and also to his interest in the way they could be arranged together in a garden.In this he showed great originality, creating two completely different gardens.
From April to October, the gardens provide a remarkable succession of flowers. Between the bulbs, annuals, biannuals, spring and summer perennials, water lilies, flowering shrubs, roses, peonies, autumn leaves and late season perennials, thousands of plant and flower varieties provide a seasonal rhythm to these extraordinary gardens. Here, visitors are treated to a unique experience; one where they are able to see right inside the painter’s imagination.
A must see during springtime in France
WHAT’S NEW THIS YEAR?
After the grand opening of the NEW VILLAGE during last year’s 2018 edition of Roland Garros where
guests were able to watch the matches on courts 7 and 9 from the terraces of this new building, two new highlights are planned for this 2019 season.
THE NEW PAVILLON: This hospitality area will now be inside the stadium and the guests will benefit from great conditions.
THE ORANGERY: The burrstone buildings in the Auteuil Greenhouse Gardens, which were originally built
in 1898 and are listed buildings, have been carefully restored.Last year, they have been used for hospitality events, before reopening to the public in 2019.
A great way to fully enjoy the Roland Garros experience
CHATEAU LA COSTE
WHERE WINE AND ARCHITECTURE COMES TOGETHER
Château La Coste is a vineyard where Wine, Art & Architecture live in harmony. Artists and architects were invited to visit the Domain and discover the beauty of Provence. In turn, they were encouraged to choose a
place in the landscape that spoke directly to them and were given the freedom to create a work that would
Walk at your leisure through wooded hilltops and valleys, alongside olive groves and vine fields, discovering the many installations of contemporary art on your way.
Villa La Coste is set in the midst of the Provencal landscape, in the heart of the biodynamic vineyard Château La Coste Authentic and individual in its contemporary refinement,Villa La Coste is in complete affinity with the artistic spirit of the Domain.
Its’ 28 Villa Suites, surrounded by gardens, herbs and flowers and each opening onto a spacious terrace offering expansive views over vines and valley. The hotel’s contemporary architecture is emphasized by local materials and embraces the natural setting. A selection of indoor and outdoor dining venues, extensive gardens with pool area, as well as a lobby gallery, complete the guest experience.
Perfect venue for a sophisticated clientele