The 2018 grass court tennis season arrived in London in style, with a fresh look and a mouth-watering player line-up at the annual Queen’s Club Championships – named the Fever-Tree Championships for the first time as part of a new sponsorship agreement between the club and soft drink mixer brand.
However, it was the weather that proved to be the perfect tonic for visiting guests as the quintessentially British, high-quality tennis tournament progressed without any interruption across the entire week. A major boost for an esteemed event that has featured so many iconic names from the world the world of tennis, including Grand Slam champions like five-time winner Andy Murray’s.
Our three largest tennis hospitality spaces underwent a significant cosmetic change in advance of the Queens Championships 2018. If you didn’t make it last year, the below should provide you with a taste of what you can expect from the Fever-Tree Championships 2019.
So much goes into making Keith Prowse guests' luxury hospitality experience the very best in its field. From the event planning to the construction of the hospitality venues to the food preparation. The below demonstrates the passion and dedication that makes Keith Prowse tennis hospitality packages the absolute best for our guests across the week-long Queen’s Club tournament. Absolute Taste delivers menus fit for champions.
And here's the final product of all the hard work...
EXCEPTIONAL BEVERAGE SELECTION
A delicious menu must always be complemented by an equally impressive and indulgent selection of beverages, and what would the Fever-Tree Championships be without a taste of their very own Championship Gin, created for the inaugural association in 2018, which proved very popular with our hospitality guests.
The most premium of the three main hospitality facilities at the Queens Club, is the Club Lounge, which was decked in gold and grey with a dramatic ceiling installation creating a lasting impression. Guests attending on day four were treated to a special visit by American tennis star Sam Querrey, who delighted the crowd with anecdotes from Queens Championships past. The exceptional surroundings were accompanied by the delicate tone of our resident pianist – all in all, a very enjoyable occasion in this sophisticated, but comfortable, setting.
Remarkably, whilst the Roof Garden hosted over 600 guests per day from its elevated position adjacent to the practice courts, it was the indoor surroundings that truly impressed our hospitality guests, following a significant upgrade on the internal décor and fittings. The soothing sounds of our guitarist combined with the theatre of the ham carving, complete with an expertly crafted drinks reception created an intriguing welcome, and the lively atmosphere in the dining area resulted in a truly exceptional day out.
Finally, it’s Love Fifteen; our most affordable hospitality option, but nonetheless an outstanding dining experience combined with wonderful service. One of the most striking improvements this year were the new tennis-themed wall graphics, giving a slight edge to the environment. With furniture improvements and close proximity to centre court, Love Fifteen is an excellent choice for Queens Club Championships hospitality guests.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS
Finally, our review of a day at the Queen's Club wouldn't be complete without a look at the stunning grounds and high-intensity action when bathed in the glorious sunshine that the tournament enjoyed for most of the week.
Hospitality guests were treated to birds-eye views of the practice courts directly from the roof terrace, with a dedicated walkway for guests with premium seats enabled our guests access to Centre Court in no time at all.
2019 EDITION NOW ON SALE
Tennis Hospitality for 2019’s edition of the Fever-Tree Championships is now on sale and you can your Fever Tree Championships Hospitality in a few clicks via our website.
COMING UP NEXT
It’s a busy time at Keith Prowse Tennis Hospitality as the grass court season continues into July with The Championships, Wimbledon. We’ll be back to review both the Queens Championships, and Wimbledon post-event