New East Stand at Twickenham Stadium opens: A look at six floors of hospitality

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Twickenham Stadium, home to the English national rugby side, has opened its new East Stand following an extensive renovation that ups its hospitality game.

Six floors at the venue have been kitted out with new hospitality spaces, members’ club and eight new food and beverage offerings for fans, including bars and restaurants and even a roof terrace.

Architect KSS were lead designers and architects for the East Stand development working with Wildfire London on the interior design concept and delivery. Images and details of the new hospitality spaces have been released.

Twickenham Stadium East Stand

The Gate

On levels 1 and 2, fans will find the Gate – a chophouse-style restaurant including a wine room and dedicated sommelier, as well as Union Ale House, which is a classic pub experience for debenture holders.

Twickenham Stadium East Stand

The Lock

On level 3, the Lock 4 and 5 are two hospitality spaces that offer views of the pitch as well as the London skyline.

Twickenham Stadium East Stand

The Clubhouse

On Level 4 is the Clubhouse, a rugby-club-style space for debenture holders, which also includes an informal bar called the Bar & Kitchen.

Twickenham Stadium East Stand

The East Wing with views over the surrounding area

The largest of all the new hospitality spaces is the East Wing, a private members’ club that consists of four terraces along the stadium bowl and provides dining, cocktail bars and lounges.

Twickenham Stadium East Stand

The Rose Garden

Finally, Twickenham Stadium will also welcome fans to a new roof terrace called the British Airways Rose Garden, which offers street food, live music and entertainment on game days.

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