International Polo Club, Wellington

4.4
#3 of 10 in Things to do in Wellington
The International Polo Club Palm Beach is a return to the way the game of polo is meant to be enjoyed, where polo players and fans of all ages can gather together in a world-class venue for the love of the sport and the lifestyle.
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  • Attended a Wedding Lunch at the IPC. Beautiful grounds and splendid scenary. I've also attended Polo matches here in the past.  more »
  • my first polo match, it was fast paced and fun. A bit confusing with the parking as to where the venue was and for a handicap person or a person with walking/balance issues it may be a bit challanging...  more »
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  • There was a lot of positive and amazing elements to this but a few negative aspects that made me hesitate... One of the reasons I wanted to see the polo is that it is a sport that you can socialize over because you don't have to pay attention to everything happening and well... horseys. That said, there's something romantic about getting the brunch polo event and going to have a fancy pants brunch while watching polo in a summer dress and platform shoes. And the divot stomp... all the tradition of what it meant to say you're going to watch a polo match is embodied in that brunch event. It's expensive and you can still pay cheap seats to just watch if you want. But to get the full experience, the brunch is fun. The food is really good and a wide variety of things is available to patrons. You can also sit there drinking champagne mid-day. It would be a great event to get a table and have a bunch of friends there to eat drink and socialize. That said though, it can be very hot in that area even though it's under a cover and it's outdoors so you'd think you'd get some air flow. That's not quite the case so you can be kind of uncomfortable sitting there. The seating is also kind of tight. Parking is available and it is pretty much valet only. Service at the tables is okay but I feel like they might be short staffed to deal with the number of guests. I would say, worth checking out and pay for the brunch but if you're actually really into polo, the cheap seats are probably just fine.
  • Great brunch. Awesome selection of raw foods, sushi bar, typical breakfast fare, roasted meats, and a beautiful selection of deserts. Good service. Fun place! Pricey. A polo match is a bonus, and they play as scheduled unless there's a heavy Florida shower.

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