Witness the drama unfold in one of the finest facilities on course, a Pavilion Executive Box. These prestigious boxes come with a private balcony overlooking the iconic course which, serves as a wonderful backdrop to a day of horse racing action.
A Champagne & canapé reception starts the day off, with a sumptuous four-course lunch served with fine wines. A full complimentary bar is available throughout, and private tote betting is available.
The package also includes a Jockey Club Host and executive gift for each guest to ensure the day is as memorable as possible.Skip to Full Package Content
|Location||Overlooking the Start-Line (Level 2)|
|Admission||Premier Course Admission (VIP Entrance)|
|Price Guide||£425 to £739|
Overlooking the Start-Line (Level 2)
Premier Course Admission (VIP Entrance)
Exquisite 4-Course Lunch
Champagne Afternoon Tea
TV Racing Coverage
The Pavilion Executive Boxes are private sections of a large marquee, the Hospitality Pavilion, which is a 2-level structure overlooking the start of the Grand National course. These boxes provide companies with the opportunity to entertain in a prestigious private space.
The Pavilion Boxes are situated overlooking the start of the Grand National course, although it is a little remote from the hustle and bustle of the Grandstand & Parade Ring areas. The boxes are situated on Level 2 with private balcony viewing.
The box décor is fairly bland, although the marquee itself is a state-of-the-art facility, which is glass-fronted. There is a small private bar in each box.
Private boxes are flexible in size, although 30 guests is the standard size, where you would have three round dining tables.
Premier Course Admission is included, with access through a VIP entrance.
You will enjoy an exquisite 4-course luncheon, including an amuse-bouche, followed by Afternoon Tea.
There is a Champagne reception served on arrival, and the bar is complimentary to include selected wines, beer, liqueurs & soft drinks. Champagne is also served with Afternoon Tea, other than that additional Champagne is an extra cost.
Service is left to the waiting staff. There is not a hostess service.
There is no racing tipster included in the boxes.
There is a TV monitor in each box.
Car parking close to the Aintree Grandstands is extremely limited, so for the Pavilion Boxes Aintree has included car parking with chauffeur transfers to get closer to the entrance, which is a nice touch.
A Racecard is included, there are Tote betting facilities available, and there is an Executive gift for each guest.
There is no official dress code at Aintree Racecourse, although smart is preferable. Hats are optional but frequently worn. Sports clothes and fancy dresses are not permitted for the Grand National meeting.
GPS users can get to Aintree Racecourse using the postcode L9 5AS, then follow signs for parking. If arriving by train, the closest station is Aintree Station, directly opposite the racecourse.