In Part I of our Game Day In Rio Series, we took you to the lavish Hotel Fasano where members are free to enjoy all the coveted rooftop amenities from their perch overlooking Ipanema Beach. Now, Beck & Score members are ready to see the action unfold live in Rio de Janeiro’s legendary Maracanã Stadium.
Arriving to the arena in their fleet of luxury vans, members are led past the throngs of enthusiastic fans through a quieter hospitality entrance. Once inside, clients have plenty of time before kick-off to soak up the colorful atmosphere and enjoy the food and drink available to hospitality guests.
In Bossa Nova Studio seating, the amenities are of a class all its own. The hospitality area is closed off to the rest of the concourse and to anyone who doesn’t have exclusive Bossa Nova Studio seats. Wood-paneled, bright and with various accommodations for which to watch the match, you step into a different world of luxury.
A private platform juts forward to provide access to the rest of the stadium, making you feel as if “you’re being presented to the whole arena,” describes Beck & Score President James Skubic. Servers are extremely attentive, offering plates of food and appetizers as well as pouring scotch, champagne, wine and beer.
Additionally, guests can choose from dozens of food stations throughout the hospitality area that feature delicious, multi-cultural fare. From meat carving stations to sushi to pasta, you can’t go hungry! No matter what ensues down on the field, Bossa Nova Studio guests can leave knowing that they experienced the most premium, tailor-made services at Maracanä Stadium.
In parting, all guests sitting in Bossa Nova also received two gifts: a mini World Cup trophy featuring a plaque that commemorated the game they attended and a FIFA World Cup leather-bound journal and pen. If you ask us, they should have plenty to write about.