Relax in informal lounges with premium wine, Champagne, and bespoke cocktails at the Rosewater Pavilion, one of the premium hospitality packages set within the grounds of Wimbledon.
Enjoy a British-inspired and locally sourced four-course à la carte menu and take in the stunning outdoor terrace with views of Centre Court that is sure to impress your guests.
For that extra special touch meet and greet with British tennis celebrities, all the while being looked after by hand-picked staff and concierge service, before departing to Centre Court with top tickets for the day.Skip to Full Package Content
|Location||Within the Grounds|
|Admission||Centre Court Tickets|
|Drinks||Complimentary Bar – Includes Premium wine, Champagne (including Rosé) & Bespoke Cocktails (Beers, Wines, Spirits & Soft Drinks)|
|Parking||1 per 4 Guests|
|Price Guide||£1,495 to £4,850|
Within the Grounds
Seats on Centre Court
Centre Court Tickets
1 per 4 Guests
British Themed Canapé Reception
4-Course à la Carte Menu Using Premium, British Sourced Ingredients
British Tennis Celebrity Interaction
The Rosewater Pavilion is a modern striking marquee structure situated in the far south corner of the Wimbledon complex. It has been designed to offer flexible hospitality options, from relaxed lounge areas to private facilities. The hospitality packages in the Rosewater come with official Centre Court seats, and the Pavilion has a capacity for 400 guests per day. The facility is named after the Venus Rosewater Dish, which is the trophy awarded to the Ladies’ champion.
The Pavilion can be accessed directly from the private entrance on Somerset Road (Gate 10), at the far south end of the grounds. You are a short walk away (10 mins) from your reserved seats on Centre Court, and the walk will take you past No.2 Court and the open courts (4-11) before you enter the South Concourse of Centre Court.
It is sometimes difficult to believe that this splendid structure is only erected for two weeks of the year! The private entrance from Somerset Road is impressive, and the Pavilion features a 2-tier balcony with views towards Centre Court. The theming is that of an English summer garden and, you will find beautifully landscaped gardens and subtle floral decorations. The internal design is equally as lovely, with styling reminiscent of a high-class restaurant. The private dining areas are similarly sophisticated and spacious.
Private tables are available for 2-12 guests. Private dining areas feature two tables of 12 for 24 guests, a discreet branding opportunity, and a private outdoor terrace.
You will be allocated official seating in Centre Court. However, the allocated seats are not Debenture Seats (which are acknowledged as the best corporate seats available on Centre Court).
Canapés are served on arrival, followed by a four-course à la carte luncheon. Later you can enjoy a Strawberries & Cream Afternoon Tea, featuring a selection of cakes, scones, and pastries.
The complimentary bar features Chilled & Rosé Champagne, and a choice of specially selected premium wines. There are also cocktails and British ales, and beer. A central bar is an added feature in the facility.
There is a personal hostess service to attend to drinks, which enhances service greatly.
There is an opportunity to meet a former professional tennis player during the day.
There are ample TV monitors to allow you to keep track of the tennis.
Car park passes are allocated on a 1:4 basis, car parking is situated in an exclusive car parking area of the Golf Club opposite Gate 9, only 100m from the facility. There are also dedicated shuttle buses provided from Southfields Underground Station, although it may be quicker to walk due to traffic.
Programmes are available for guests. There is also live music played at various times during the day to add to the ambience.
While there is no dress code, most hospitality options available request clients dress on the smarter side of casual i.e. no jeans or trainers. Jackets and ties are not obligatory.
GPS users can get to The AELTC using the postcode SW19 5AE, then follow signs for parking. It is strongly urged that visitors arrive by public transport services where possible, the closest tube station is Southfields Station, a 10-15 minute walk.