Roadtrips Special Statement Regarding the 2020 US Open
The United States Tennis Association (USTA) has decided to hold the 2020 US Open from August 31 to September 13 without spectators due to COVID-19 and a concern for public health. The 2021 US Open is scheduled to take place August 30 to September 12, 2021.
Custom 2021 US Open Tennis Packages
Experience New York during one of the biggest and most exciting tennis tournaments in the world. Our 2021 US Open tennis packages are yours to customize with tickets to your choice of sessions, luxury accommodations at some of New York’s top hotels, pre-trip travel planning and personal concierge services of the Roadtrips At-Your-Service team and more. Your itinerary is up to you: go early in the tournament to ensure you catch your favorite pro, or be there to witness history in the making at the epic finals. Whatever sessions you choose, you will have the pleasure of enjoying incredible tennis in one of the world’s most exciting cities. With world-class entertainment, amazing shopping, and one of the finest culinary scenes on the planet, New York has it all.
The US Open is the final grand slam of the season and the stakes are high, with even the best still having something to prove. Don’t miss out on this great tennis event. Contact one of our Sports Travel Specialists at 1-800-465-1765 to start personalizing your travel experience to this elite tournament. Complete 2021 US Open Tennis packages available from $745 per person, based on double occupancy.
About the 2021 US Open
Every year in the late summer, the best players in tennis converge in New York City for two thrilling weeks of grunts, groans, and glory. In 2021, the US Open will take place from August 30 – September 12. Spurred on by a crowd that’s one of the best (and loudest) in the sport, the US Open is one of those tournaments that never disappoints. We may not know how things will play out in 2021 but we do know that the tennis will be incredible and so will the host city. Is there any place more exciting, more electrifying, more alive that New York to catch one of sport’s biggest tournaments? We think not.
2021 US Open Tennis Package Inclusions:
|3 Days/2 Nights First Class Accommodations in New York||Reserved Seat for Your Choice of Matches at the US Open||Expert pre-trip travel planning & concierge services of the Roadtrips At-Your-Service Team|
|Personalized itinerary||Roadtrips Ticket Holder & Lanyard||All taxes and service charges|
Additional options and possibilities:
- On-site Premium Hospitality
- Extra Sessions
- Upgrade Seats
- Luxury Suites
- Extra Nights
- Suites and Room Upgrades
- Dinner Reservations
- Broadway Tickets
- Rounds of Golf or Spa Treatments
- Private Transfers (Sedan, Limousine, Luxury Motor Coach)
- Airfare (Economy, First Class, Private Jet)
|Hotels||Getaway packages from||Semifinals and/or Finals packages from|
|Courtyard Midtown East||$745||$945|
|New York Marriott Marquis||$875||$1,075|
|The Lexington Hotel, Autograph Collection||$955||$1,155|
|Ritz-Carlton, Central Park||$1,665||$1,865|
|Contact our sports travel specialists for your custom trip quote.|
|*Rates are per person in USD based on double occupancy. Single occupancy rates are available. Triple and Quad occupancy may be available. A 25% deposit will hold your spot. The balance will not be due until 90 days prior to departure. Rates include all local and state taxes. Availability and pricing subject to change prior to booking.|
Your Preferred Tickets at the 2021 US Open Tennis Championships
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, located in Flushing Meadows in the New York City borough of Queens, houses 22 courts, with an additional 11 courts in an adjoining park. This impressive facility contains some of the largest tennis stadia in the world, including Arthur Ashe Stadium which tops the global list with its capacity of 23,771.
Formerly known as the USTA National Tennis Center, tennis greats such as Martina Navratilova, Venus Williams, Chris Evert, John McEnroe, and Jimmy Connors looked on it as was rededicated as the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, on August 28, 2006. It is the largest and most prestigious sports facility in the world to be named after a woman. The complex has served as host for the US Open since 1978.
2021 US Open Tennis Standard Package Seating Categories
Promenade Level End / Corner: Row A-J
Promenade Level Side: Row A-J
Loge Level End / Corner: Row A-L
Loge Level Side: Row A-L
Courtside Level End / Corner: Row A-L
Courtside Level Side: Row A-L
2021 US Open Hospitality
Treat yourself to our upscale hospitality experience at the 2021 US Open. Perfect for entertaining clients or just relaxing, this exclusive venue provides its guests with both an air-conditioned indoor lounge and a contemporary outdoor rooftop space. Enjoy wonderful food from a chef-curated buffet; all-inclusive soft drinks, beer, and wine; and multiple flat screen TVs to avoid missing any tennis action. It’s an ideal spot for pre-match dining or for a retreat between matches. This luxe option also includes a number of other amenities including loge corner seating, early access to the US Open grounds, priority gate access, and exclusive US Open retail for purchase.
2021 US Open Tennis – Luxury Suites
Book a beautifully appointed Luxury Suite at the US Open. Each of these exclusive suites provide a comfortable and luxurious environment for entertaining top clients, associates, and friends at this world-class tennis event. The luxury suites at the US Open are located in the Arthur Ashe Center Court Stadium just above the Courtside Boxes, offering prime sightlines of the action. Each air conditioned luxury suite is professionally hosted, equipped with plasma TVs, private bathroom, and can accommodate up to 20 people. As an option, suites may be catered with an elaborate array of delicious menus and bar service.
“The tennis was incredible!”
Thank you. The tennis was incredible! You all did a wonderful job – we really enjoyed our trip and look forward to booking with you in the future.
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