11 Jul Wimbledon Hospitality
We are over half way through and into the second week of the Wimbledon fortnight and the sun is yet to stop shining. Having been slightly over-shadowed by the football this year, it hasn’t stopped me from watching the tennis on a big screen during my lunch break at work each day and keeping up with the latest results.
Going to the grounds to watch is an experience like no other, whether its in one of the big courts, or simply queuing for a ground pass and watching on Henman Hill or taking in the atmosphere on the outside courts.
Don’t fancy queuing for Wimbledon? There are plenty of hospitality packages available; why not treat your staff or clients to a day at the Championships?
There are plenty of different options at different price points all offering something unique:
- Centre Court Skylight Suites
For space for up to 20 guests, these suites offer a unique view from the balcony over the crowds. Seconds away from your prime – location centre court suites, attendees can easily go from one to the other, enabling to take full advantage of the hospitality and tennis action.
- The Gatsby Club
The Gatsby Club is situated directly opposite gate 5, offering a three course a la carte menu designed by Michel Roux Jnr. You’ll have bespoke cocktails and live musicians and space in the garden to enjoy the sunshine, with buggys to hand to transport you straight to centre or court 1.
- The Speakeasy
This private facility and gardens can take between 40-60 guests and can be tailored to suit your exact requirements. A personal butler will be on hand throughout the day.
- The Players Tables’
If you want to get up close and personal with the players, here you will have a private booth for 8-12 guests within the Gatsby Club, where you’ll have an opportunity to meet and speak with a tennis celebrity!
Here at SevenEvents, we regularly organise hospitality events, not just at Wimbledon which go down very well with guests.. a day of enjoying fantastic food and drink along with high level entertainment, what’s not to like?!