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Official Wimbledon hospitality packages launched by Keith Prowse

Exclusive hospitality provider for The Championships

 

New official hospitality packages for The Championships, Wimbledon, have been launched by Keith Prowse, The All England Lawn Tennis Club’s exclusive hospitality provider.

Keith Prowse’s five-year engagement as the exclusive official hospitality provider for The Championships from 2019 onwards, will see newly devised experience and dining concepts introduced, including The Lawn, Rosewater Pavilion and Skyview Suites. In line with the differing demographics that are drawn to the event, more tiered packages have been unveiled and will give a greater scope of options for both first-time and regular guests.

New for 2019, Rosewater Pavilion will be located in the Southern Apex of the Grounds and offers informal lounges and private areas among landscaped gardens. It also has an outdoor terrace with views towards Centre Court, to entertain and relax among the subtle ‘tennis in an English garden’ theme.

The Lawn, rebranded for 2019 and formerly known as The Gatsby Club, provides a beautifully styled and relaxed environment just moments from the Grounds. Guests will enjoy fresh new interiors, feast on menus designed and delivered by cooking dynasty, the Roux family, made up of Albert Roux, Michel Roux Jr and Emily Roux, before soaking up the glorious atmosphere in the garden to be serenaded by live musicians.

For the most luxurious experience the Centre Court Skyview Suites, which are just moments from the live action on the hallowed grass courts, ensure guests are at the heart of the action. Gourmet is the order of play here with vintage champagne, a four-course a la carte menu and freshly baked afternoon tea served in the guests’ private suite or balcony.

Nick Gratwick, head of events and development at Keith Prowse, commented: “We are committed to delivering experiences of the highest standard at The Championships, Wimbledon. Our relationship with The All England Lawn Tennis Club dates back to 1982 and by embarking on this new five-year partnership, we are excited to evolve the guest experience by unveiling enhanced tiered concepts spanning inside and outside of the Grounds. These are some of the most ambitious experiences we’ve created and we will continue to deliver world-class hospitality concepts befitting the event.”

Earlier this year, Keith Prowse announced a multi-year commitment to support the Wimbledon Foundation, the official charity of The All England Lawn Tennis Club and The Championships, with a £5 contribution from each guest booking official hospitality for The Championships for 2019 onwards. The money raised from hospitality sales will help the Wimbledon Foundation fund a variety of valuable community projects over the coming years.

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