Grand Slam Tennis Tours’ Hospitality House

The Grand Slam Tennis Tours Hospitality House is a lovely English home a short walk from the All-England Club gates. Fully-staffed throughout the fortnight, it’s where we host all of our guests and friends. Whether it’s to sit and enjoy brunch in the garden, to drop off a jacket before you hustle off to tennis, or to relax with a post-match glass of wine, the Hospitality House is made for it all.


Gourmet food and drink by a private chef

Food is provided by private chef Milli Taylor. She joins us every day to prepare not only brunch and afternoon tea, but also refreshing Pimm’s cups, beautiful bowls of strawberries and cream, and other fun and delicious treats. 

Tickets, brunch, and relaxation

In the morning, guests are welcome anytime after 10am to collect their daily tickets, enjoy brunch in the garden or, if the weather isn’t cooperating, in the solarium.  Some guests stay into the late morning to kick-off the matches on TV before leisurely joining the Centre Court crowd, and others like to be the first through the gates when they open. Since Wimbledon allows re-entry, guests often drop by in-between matches for a quick drink, to have a snack in the garden, or to shed their jacket if the day has warmed up. If you’ve made an appointment to play tennis with a GSTT pro at the local courts, you’re more than welcome to shower and change upstairs. 

Surprise guests

Wimbledon is a place where our partnership with Topnotch Management is able to elevate the experiences we create. This past year, guests came home after evening matches to find Sam [Querrey] and Steve [Johnson] eating BBQ chicken and relaxing in the backyard; together we all popped the magnum bottle of champagne that Steve had taken home after his recent victory in Nottingham. The next day, the very same guests sat in official Debenture seats to watch those play on Centre Court. Upon returning to the Hospitality House, Fred Stolle was there on the couch, having a sandwich, talking about the match. These are not standard tourism experiences, which is exactly as intended. 

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Details and access

The Hospitality House is open during Wimbledon from 10am and until 1 hour after play ends.

Access: All Grand Slam Tennis Tours package guests are welcome throughout their stay. Ticket-only guests are welcome on the day of their ticket. Hospitality-only guests must present a ticket to that day’s event or their special invitation to an event. 

You can visit our Hospitality House by booking one of our packages, through ticket-only purchases, via a daily Hospitality House pass (limited per day), or as a special event guest. To learn more, email us at or call, at 888-910-2894. 



Grand Slam Tennis Tours is rated 4.7 out of 5 based on 665 reviews from around the Web.
My husband and I traveled with GSTT in 05' to the Australian Open and we are still talking about this trip and agree it was one of the most memorable trips of our lives and thanks to GSTT.
Onto Wimbledon: every day started with convenient transportation by tube or private bus to the wonderful hospitality house, very relaxing and welcoming
We stayed in a top-notch hotel in London and started our trip at the welcome...
Andrew, Thank you for an incredible Wimbledon Experience! The seats were amazing and the Hospitality House was a great break from the crowds.
We have attended every Grand Slam except Australian Open and this one, arranged by Grand Slam Tours, was the most memorable. Sharon Geile
Grand Slam Tennis Tours exceeded our expectations. Our hotel was great and in a good location. Easy to get to Wimbledon using the Tube.
We had an exceptional experience. 5 nights at a boutique hotel near the metro and heart of Paris. Three days of tennis at Roland Garros.
We had an excellent experience! Grand Slam Tennis Tours has a selection of excellent seats to choose from and the service was spectacular.
Another amazing BNP Indian Wells Tennis experience courtesy of Grand Slam Tennis Tours.
Topnotch Tours provided a fantastic experience for me at Indian Wells. Piecing together tickets and lodging, I could not beat their offering.