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Royal Ascot is the most prestigious event in horse racing, with a global audience and five spectacular days of action this event is one of the most recognised and celebrated in the world. Royal Ascot is also Britain’s most valuable race meet with more than £8 million in prize money over the 30 races, eight of which are Group 1.
As suggested by the name this event has incredible ties to the Royal Family and is attended by the Queen every year. One of the highlights is to see the Royal procession, The Queen and accompanying members of the Royal Family arrive by horse-drawn carriages to thunderous applause.
Royal Ascot is also synonymous with style, visitors all adhere to a strict dress code, with freshly pressed suits and top hats for the gentlemen and ladies wear fashionable full-length dresses and beautiful hats or fascinators.
The course is separated into different areas and come with their own facilities and dress codes, with the Royal Enclosure being the most exclusive. The Queen Anne Enclosure puts you right in the heart of the action with elegant Champagne bars and perfectly manicured lawns, and the Village Enclosure enjoys a wonderful party atmosphere inside the track.Skip to Hospitality Map
The premier restaurant on the course is the Parade Ring Restaurant, known for its opulence and exemplary service alongside fantastic views from the private balcony.
The Panoramic Restaurant offers unparalleled views of the racecourse and surrounding Berkshire countryside combined with the gastronomic delights of celebrity chef Raymond Blanc OBE.
Holyroodhouse is a beautiful new restaurant set overlooking the finishing straight which offers elegant à la carte dining with a menu from Michelin starred chef Ollie Dabbous.
The Balmoral Restaurant presents an ample viewing opportunity for guests with a superb trackside location, alongside distinctive food from Australian chef Skye Gyngell.
A Winning Post Gazebo offers guests an alternative to traditional hospitality options, with a great location trackside offering guests spectacular head-on views of the finishing straight.
The Furlong Restaurant is a prime location course facing facility to the immediate right of the Main Grandstand a short walk away from the Bandstand and Parade Ring.
A Silks Lawn Gazebo provides large corporate groups with an area to relax in, the package content is minimal but, can be upgraded at cost to create an attractive day of hospitality.
The Pavilion Restaurant sits within the Pavilion facility overlooking the manicured Lawns and Parade Ring, a perfect base for the day during the world-famous Royal Ascot.
The Restaurant In The Village is fantastically located in the centre of the racetrack, providing an unmatched atmosphere for racing purists alongside gourmet food and drink.
Villiers Club offers a wonderful informal atmosphere perfect for socializing set within the heart of the Village Enclosure, granting guests access to this marvellous area.
The Village Gazebos offer a very cost-effective way to attend Royal Ascot with your own private space for up to 16 guests inside the track, opposite the grandstand.
A Royal Enclosure Box affords guests with the ultimate VIP private guest experience, thanks to this they are one of the most sought-after spaces during Royal Ascot.
A Queen Anne Enclosure Box is one of the finest ways to enjoy Ascot Racecourse, boasting spectacular views of the racecourse from the comfort of your private balcony.
If travelling by car and using Sat Nav for your journey, the Postcode is SL5 7LX. If by rail South Western Railway runs services to Ascot from both Reading, Guildford and London Waterloo. The railway station is a seven-minute walk from the racecourse.
The QIPCO King George Weekend is the summer garden party of British horse racing, set over two days in late July this event is always a huge draw for the racecourse and has a wonderful jovial atmosphere.
Ascot Racecourse provides an incredible stage for the ultimate race day, the finale of the British Flat racing season, the QIPCO British Champions Day.