It’s that time of year again, time for all of tennis’ biggest stars to assemble for Wimbledon 2019.
For the majority of people the best views they’ll get of the action is at home on their TV screens, or sat on Murray Mound watching it on a slightly bigger screen surrounded by the masses. However it was announced this week that official hospitality sponsors Keith Prowse will be offering up exclusive packages designed to give you a luxury experience at the legendary tennis tournament.
From centre court views, to fine dining and personal chauffer’s no detail is left unturned here. Explore the various Wimbledon hospitality packages on offer, below.
Focusing on the best of British hospitality, this package offers access to the new Rosewater Pavilion located just a few minutes’ walk from the centre court. Here you can relax in the informal lounges and private areas before enjoying a British-inspired and locally sourced sourced four course a la carte menu. If you aren’t full from that, there are also freshly baked afternoon teas, canapes and of course, strawberries and cream to keep you going until play. Premium wine, champagne and bespoke cocktails will be available throughout the day as well as a complimentary bar. You’ll also have the chance to meet former British tennis stars Greg Rusedski and Virginia Wade before being whisked off to centre court to watch the match of the day from the balcony.
Rose Pavilion package from £1370 per person
Rosewater Pavilion Private Dining
Catering to 24 guests, you can book a secluded area of the Rose Pavilion to entertain guests in. After enjoying a four course British-inspired menu and traditional afternoon tea, spend the day exploring the private outdoor terrace and drinking bespoke cocktails from the complimentary bar. On top of all this, after an afternoon of indulging you’ll be taken to Centre Court to watch all the action from the prime viewing two-tiered balcony.
Rosewater Pavilion Private Dining package from £1370 per person
Previously the Gatsby Club, The Lawn offers a three course a la carte menu created by the Roux family including dishes by Michelin-starred chef Albert Roux OBE. Alongside this you’ll have access to a seafood and patisserie counter while relaxing in The Lawn garden, enjoying live music, a complimentary bar and chilled champagne. It’s just a short walk to the court where you’ll get prime viewing tickets to the day’s matches.
The Lawn package, from £700 per person
The Lawn Private Dining
Catering to 60 guests, the private dining space within The Lawn features a Champagne reception, three course a la carte menu designed by the Roux family and prime viewing at either Centre Court or No. 1 Court. As well as this you have access to the private balcony area and garden to enjoy coffees and cocktails from the complimentary bar. To complete your Wimbledon experience, strawberries and cream are also available to enjoy.
The Lawn Private Dining package, from £755 per person
The Players Table
Before taking your courtside seats to watch the tennis, you can enjoy a four course a la carte menu and afternoon tea in a private booth that fits up to 12 guests. With The Players Table package there is also a chance to meet tennis celebrities and relax in The Lawn gardens with a glass of champagne until a buggy picks you up to take you to whisk you away to watch the match.
The Players Table package from £790 per person
The Centre Court Skyview Suites
The most luxurious of all the packages, get the best views in the house and experience Wimbledon centre court from the highest point at the Skyview Suites. With access to the Centre Court balcony and private Skyview Suites you can enjoy all the action without the stress of big crowds. On offer is a vintage champagne reception, four course a la carte menu created by Restaurant Associates, afternoon tea and a complimentary bar to enjoy throughout the day. On top of this there is even a private chauffer and concierge service to cater to your every need on match day.
The Centre Court Skyview Suites, from £1,450 per person
Heading to the tournament? Check out our guide to Wimbledon 2019 for everything you need to know