Founded in 1890, the Queen’s Club is an iconic tennis venue. Open to members all year round, the Club opens its doors to the public when it hosts the annual Queen’s Club Championships. Currently known as The Fever-Tree Championships, the tournament is highly lauded by the tennis set.
Although the Championships take place just after the French Open and just before Wimbledon, they remain a crucial tournament on the ATP Word Tour, and many high-profile players take part each year. In fact, the tournament often stands players in good sted for Wimbledon, with seven players completing the Queen’s Club and Wimbledon double by winning both tournaments in the same year.
Fans of Andy Murray will certainly be hoping the star tennis player will be returning to Queen’s in 2019. Having chosen to make his comeback at the 2018 tournament, Murray will be keen to return to his usual form at The Fever-Tree Championships. Winning the tournament a total of five times since 2009, Murray has always performed well at the Club and is sure to be a contender for the trophy in the future.
Exceptional Hospitality At The Queen’s Club
Tennis hospitality is always popular and there are numerous venues which offer hospitality lounges, clubs and bars. With such stunning surroundings, a rich history and unique combination of facilities, it’s hard to believe anywhere can do it better than the Queen’s Club.
Guests at the 2019 Fever-Tree Championships will have the option to spend time in the venue’s iconic Club Lounge, as well as in The President’s Room and The Roof Garden. The exquisite outdoor terrace offers exceptional views over London and guests will be treated to private dining for up to 10 or 12 people, a succulent three-course meal and complimentary drinks throughout the day.
Unsurprisingly, hospitality tickets for The Club Lounge are always popular. Normally reserved for members, the VIP lounge offers pure luxury. Guests have access to a luxury chauffeur service, so you needn’t worry about travelling to the venue and are welcomed with a champagne reception, before sitting down to a five-course gourmet meal, followed by afternoon tea. As well as having access to the most exclusive area of the Queen’s Club, guests will be invited into a private area on the Roof Terrace, from where they can watch the players warm-up on the practice course. As the matches get underway, hospitality ticket holders will, of course, have the best seats in the house, with The Club Lounge hospitality package including Centre Court South Stand tickets.
Books Hospitality Tickets For The Fever-Tree Championships Now
Set to take place in June 2019, time is running out to get tickets for this unique event. With exclusive hospitality packages and restricted hospitality tickets, DTB can provide unparalleled access to one of the most popular tennis events of the year. Contact us now and get ready to enjoy tennis at Queen’s Club.
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