Aegon tennis 2017
If you plan to attend a tennis event in London this summer the name that instantly springs to mind is Wimbledon, the only grass court Grand Slam.
However, if you don’t want to be in a vast venue and your budget is more modest than Wimbledon prices, why not choose the ATP World Tour 500 Tournament of the Year? The Aegon tennis at Queen’s Club between the 19th and 25th June features a plethora of big name players.
In 2017, they’ll be aiming to take the title away from Sir Andy Murray who now holds a record breaking five Aegon tennis championship titles.
It’s far from a poor relation to Wimbledon
Queen’s Club is a beautiful and surprisingly tranquil venue, there is simply no comparison to being courtside and watching the professionals play matches that exhilarate, cause your heart to skip a beat and that point by point send you from celebration to commiseration and back again.
From Jimmy Connors to John McEnroe and Boris Becker to our own current British tennis hero, this tournament is a firm favourite with players and a warm up event for Wimbledon.
It’s a perfect choice for corporate hospitality because the atmosphere is relaxed, the facilities are charming and the quality on court is matched by the tennis hospitality packages off court.
If you want to thank someone, treat them, prove how special they are to you or how vital they are to your business, Queen’s Club hospitality packages will deliver your message with finesse.
Queen’s Club hospitality
Whilst you could opt for a standard ticket you should give yourself and your party a luxurious experience by incorporating tennis hospitality packages in to your day. Queen’s Club hospitality never disappoints with its additional opportunities, from the exclusive areas which basic ticket holders cannot access to unparalleled views of play and practice courts, the experiences are worth every penny.
Contact a leading tennis hospitality packages firm like the highly recommended DTB Sports and Events to enjoy corporate hospitality and private party Queen’s Club hospitality in either a pre-tailored or bespoke package. Whatever you want from your day, it can be built around you and your guests by experts.
- The now world famous Aegon tennis (formerly Stella Artois) was first held at Queen’s Club in 1890 under the name of London Grass Court Tennis Championship. Prior to this the event was held in Stamford Bridge.
- Queen’s Club was built in 1886 and was the first multipurpose sports venue in the world.
- It was named after Queen Victoria, the then monarch.
- There are 28 outdoor grass courts.
- 10 indoor courts are also available at the club.
- 2 real tennis, 3 squash courts, 2 rackets courts and a gym also call Queen’s Club home.
- Hospitality areas include the President’s Room, the Love Fifteen restaurant, the Roof Garden and the Real Tennis Museum and Dedans.
Don’t hesitate to book your experience.
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