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The Wimbledon VIP Experience: From Champagne to the Royal Box

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April 23, 2015

As one of the sporting world’s most prestigious events, Wimbledon has attracted a large audience of VIP guests for decades. From world leaders to musicians, movie stars and more, every year a selection of VIP guests visit Wimbledon.

Of course, Wimbledon’s most famous VIP guests are the Royal Family. The famous Royal Box offers the best seats on the Centre Court –seats that are usually occupied by friends of the Royal Family and public figures.

While the ultimate Wimbledon VIP experience is usually reserved for people that are invited to The Championships as guests of the Royal Family, it’s possible to get your own VIP experience using one of several Wimbledon VIP tour packages.

In this guide, we’ll look at the VIP experiences on offer at Wimbledon and share the best package tours and special offers for people that want to enjoy an unforgettable experience at The Championships this year.

Getting the best seats in the house

While the action at Wimbledon takes place on a variety of courts, there’s one court that becomes increasingly important as the tournament progresses: the Centre Court.

Built in 1922, the Centre Court at Wimbledon is one of the world’s most well known tennis courts, having hosted numerous champions and the setting for some of the world’s most memorable matches.

The best seats in the Centre Court are, of course, the Royal Box. With one of the best views available of the Centre Court, the Royal Box has hosted celebrities, world leaders and, of course, the Royal Family over the years.

Famous celebrities to have attended Wimbledon in the Royal Box include numerous Prime Ministers, Captains of Industry and CEOs;  Cliff Richard – who famously sang to the crowd during a rain break in 1996; former US President Bill Clinton and hundreds of others.

While the Royal Box is off limits to most Wimbledon attendees, a huge range of high quality seats are available. Debenture tickets are available for seating in the second section of the Centre Court, offering some of the best views available.

Better still, debenture seats come with a variety of VIP benefits. People attending Wimbledon on debenture tickets receive access to the exclusive Debenture Lounges, including waitress service restaurants and bars and private cloakrooms.

Enjoying the Wimbledon festivities

Wimbledon is famous for its great food and drink. From Pimm’s and champagne to strawberries and cream, a range of tasty drinks and snacks are associated with The Championships, and no VIP experience is complete without a taste.

While all sorts of dining opportunities are present at Wimbledon, enjoying the luxurious side of the tournament means dining and drinking at the best restaurants and bars available, including:

The Roof Top

This spectacular rooftop bar is located on top of the Centre Court and offers great views of London. Open only to debenture holders, the menu ranges from seafood platters to tapas, gourmet sandwiches and a wide range of fine wines.

The Champions’ Room

This exclusive restaurant is only open for debenture holders that have Centre Court tickets. Throughout Wimbledon, The Champions’ Room serves a four-course lunch, afternoon tea, Pimm’s, champagne and a selection of fine wines.

The Gallery

Another bar open exclusively to debenture holders, The Gallery serves a selection of drinks with great views of the London Skyline. This popular bar stays open until the end of play on the Centre Court, making it a Wimbledon VIP favourite.

As well as these restaurants and bars, the All England Club offers a variety of luxury restaurants open exclusively to debenture holders.

Would you like to enjoy the Wimbledon VIP experience?

Few sporting experiences can compare to watching an exciting game from some of the best seats available on Wimbledon’s Centre Court. Our Wimbledon debenture tickets offer a true VIP experience that any tennis fan is sure to remember.

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