Inside the Paris 2024 Olympic hospitality packages with athletics tickets costing £5,000 and one bundle on sale at £24k

HOSPITALITY packages to watch a session of athletics at the 2024 Olympics in Paris are being priced at up to £5,000.

That particular package includes food with chef-attended stations and champagne on arrival, plus wine, beer and soft drinks throughout the three-hour session.

Hotel Montalembert
One hospitality package includes a six-night stay at Hotel Montalembert[/caption]

Hotel Montalembert
This is what a luxury getaway to Paris could look like[/caption]

Hotel Montalembert
Fans will really be able to enjoy the Olympic Games in style[/caption]

GettyParis is hosting the Olympics for the first time in 100 years[/caption]

Fans also have access to hospitality space with full coverage of the games broadcasted on TV screens throughout.

A live DJ will also be entertaining crowds while they relax in the in-venue lounges.

And they’ll go home with an Olympic souvenir gift.

But if money is no issue – fans can go one better and purchase a hospitality package priced at a whopping £24,000.

That deal includes access to the Games, plus six nights in the five-star Hotel Montalember – which is less than six miles away from the Stade de France where much of the action will be taking place.

Those lucky enough to purchase this ticket will also have access to special events, commemorative photo ops, appearances by current and ex-athletes plus a a tailor-made tour and hospitality space.

In terms of events, they’ll be able to watch the Opening Ceremony, rugby 7s, judo, beach volleyball, BMX and tennis.

The package also includes city passes to some of Paris’ best attractions such as the Eiffel Tower to the Musee du Louvre.


More affordable packages are also available, with single tickets starting from just £21, with one million available at that price, up to around £840.

The Games have also confirmed that for the first time the public will be able to buy multi-ticket packages of up to three sessions with tickets being released next month.

For just more than £63, fans can watch three sessions ranging from athletics and handball to rugby, football, judo and golf.

The Games get underway on July 24 next year, two days before the Opening Ceremony.

The athletics then start the following week.

For those wishing to purchase regular tickets, a draw is open until the end of the month to register interest.

AFPAn artist’s impression of how the Games may look in 2024[/caption]

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