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Fever-Tree Championships

Queen's Club, VIP Hospitality
Monday 17th - Sunday 23rd June 2019

Marin Cilic sealed his second title at The Queen's Club with victory over Novak Djokovic in the longest-ever final in the tournament's history.

Entertain at The Fever-Tree Championships, a unique and intimate tennis event in Central London with its own charm and range of new hospitality offers.

Taking place at Queen's Club in central London, this Lawn Tennis Association showcase is sure to yet again attract many of the world's top male players as they prepare on grass for the All England Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon. 

The Fever-Tree Championships has been elevated to ATP World Tour 500 status meaning the tournament will be bigger and better than ever before!


Love Fifteen

A unique formal experience created in association with Jamie Oliver and his charity: Fifteen.

This ground floor restaurant marquee provides a casual dining environment with English tapas-style tasting plates. This is a casual hospitality option with no allocated tables. more >


The Roof Garden

Elegant & stylish private tables of 8, 10 or 12 guests.

This first floor marquee is transformed into a contemporary space resembling a private members space, where you can entertain and watch the mixologists create beautiful cocktails.  more >


The Club Lounge The Club Lounge at the Aegon Championships

Classic dining with a modern gastronomic twist

Entertain in The Club Lounge at the Fever-Tree Championships and enjoy a 5-course tasting menu accompanied by some of the finest Champagnes.  
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The President's Room

Entertain 12 guests in luxury & style

A unique hospitality experience for 12 guests with the most exclusive seating for the tennis located on the Royal Box Balcony, plus many other benefits from entertaining at Queen's Club.


Real Tennis Museum & Dedans

Entertain 12 guests in luxury & style

For an exclusive hospitality experience, reserve a private room for 12 guests overlooking the Real Tennis Courts at Queen’s Club.