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The Treehouse is a brand new informal hospitality offering for the Wimbledon Championships in 2022. Available for the first ten days of The Championships.
Situated above the existing ‘Lawn’ hospitality package, the Treehouse enjoys many of the same benefits, such as proximity to the court and the delightful garden setting.
Guests will receive bountiful food and drink with roaming gourmet, small plates from Tom Sellers, Chef Patron of 2 Michelin Star Restaurant ‘Story’, alongside a complimentary bar that includes Champagne and bespoke cocktails.
The vibrant interior and luxurious facilities further enhance the day, and when ready, guests can depart for their purchased court seats for a spectacular view of the action.
|Location||Opposite Entrance Gate 5 - Above "The Lawn"|
|Admission||Centre or No.1 Court|
|Drinks||Complimentary Bar – Includes Champagne & Bespoke Cocktails (Beers, Wines, Spirits & Soft Drinks)|
|Price Guide||£670 to £3,295|
Opposite Entrance Gate 5 - Above "The Lawn"
Seats on Centre or No.1 Court
Centre or No.1 Court
Shared Informal Space
Roaming Small Plates from Tom Sellers, 2 Michelin Star Chef Patron of Restaurant Story
Giant Outdoor Screen
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.