Cheltenham National Hunt Festival – Balcony Box Package

Balcony Box Package

The Cheltenham Festival is one of sport’s most enthralling extravaganzas and in 2018 the nation will once again be swept by horse racing fever as gamblers and racing fanatics prepare to embark on an unrivalled path of excitement.

The course can expect to welcome over 200,000 racegoers from all over the world, with it believed that more than £500 million will be gambled throughout the week. It is impossible to know what next year’s meeting will bring, one thing is for certain: the action is sure to be explosive, exhilarating and thoroughly intriguing. The Balcony Boxes offer an ideal viewing point, overlooking the final two fences and down towards the finishing straight.

PROVISIONAL & SAMPLE PACKAGE CONTENT

  • Club Enclosure admission badge to Cheltenham Racecourse.
  • Private tables of 10 within the Balcony Boxes (smaller groups will be accommodated on a shared basis).
  • Morning coffee and biscuits.
  • A welcoming glass of Champagne upon arrival.
  • Complimentary bar of selected beers, Guinness, wines, mainline spirits and soft drinks.
  • Set four course luncheon.
  • Afternoon tea.
  • Car park labels (1 per 2 guests booked).
  • Souvenir Racecard per guest.
  • Hostess service.
  • Betting facilities & television viewing available.

Further Information

10:30 Cheltenham Racecourse and facility opens. Guests are invited to make their way to their box. The most convenient entrance to the facility is the North Entrance. Upon arrival at your box please quote the company name used at the time of booking and you will be guided to your table for the day.
10:45 Morning coffee & biscuits available.
11:00 A welcoming glass of Champagne is served. Complimentary bar of selected beers (including Guinness), wines, mainline spirits & soft drinks opens.
12:00 Four course luncheon is served.
13:30 First race commences.
15:30 Afternoon tea is available.
17:00 Last race commences.
17:30 Selected complimentary bar closes (or 30 minutes after the fnal race).
18:00 Facility closes and all guests depart (or 60 minutes after the start of the last race).

The weather can be unpredictable, so we would advise you to dress accordingly. At the Festival, many ladies wear hats, but with the weather rather than high fashion in mind. Gentleman usually wear a suit or similar in the Club Enclosure and in restaurants. Fancy dress is not permitted during the Festival.

Cheltenham National Hunt Festival – Platinum Suite

Platinum Package

The Cheltenham Festival is one of sport’s most enthralling extravaganzas and the nation will once again be swept by horse racing fever as gamblers and racing fanatics prepare to embark on an unrivalled path of excitement. The course can expect to welcome over 200,000 racegoers from all over the world, with it believed that more than £500 million will be gambled throughout the week.

The superb appointed marquees are situated in the hub of the newly formed ‘Courtyard’, only 50 metres from the Guinness Grandstand and minutes from the Parade Ring and finishing straight – providing the quintessential ‘Cheltenham Experience’.

PROVISIONAL & SAMPLE PACKAGE CONTENT

  • Club Enclosure Admission Badge.
  • Hospitality in the Platinum Suite Marquees.
  • Private tables of 10 or 12 (smaller groups will be accommodated on a shared basis).
  • Morning coffee and biscuits.
  • A welcoming glass of Champagne on arrival.
  • Complimentary bar of selected beers, Guinness, wines, mainline spirits and soft drinks.
  • Set four course luncheon.
  • Afternoon tea.
  • Car park labels (1 per 2 guests booked).
  • Celebrity Tipster.*
  • Souvenir racecard per guest & racing papers are available.
  • Hostess service.
  • Tote betting & television viewing facilities.

*All talent subject to final availability.

Further Information

10:30 Cheltenham Racecourse and facility opens. Guests are invited to make their way to your allocated Platinum Suite Indicated on your hospitality swing badge located to the left of the guinness Village. The closest entrance to the facility is the North Entrance. Upon arrival at the marquee please quote the company name used at the time of booking and you will be guided to your table for the day.
10:45 Morning coffee and biscuits available.
11:00 A welcoming glass of Champagne is available. Complimentary bar of selected beers (including Guinness), wines, mainline spirits and soft drinks opens.
12:00 Set four course luncheon is served with selected wines.
13:30 A programme of first-class National Hunt racing begins.
15:30 Afternoon tea is available.
17:00 Final race commences.
17:30 Selected complimentary bar closes (or 30 minutes after the start of the final race).All guests depart 1 hour after the start of the final race.
18:00 Facility closes & all guests depart.

The weather can be unpredictable, so we would advise you to dress accordingly. At the Festival, many ladies wear hats, but with the weather rather than high fashion in mind. Gentleman usually wear a suit or similar in the Club Enclosure and in restaurants. Fancy dress is not permitted during the Festival.

Cheltenham National Hunt Festival – Viewing Restaurant

The Festival epitomises and encompasses everything that is great about Jump racing, whilst delivering an unbelievable occasion as the finest horses, jockeys, owners and trainers battle it out for the highest racing honours.

The Viewing Restaurant is a spacious & modern restaurant, overlooking the final furlong of Cheltenham Racecourse. This glass-fronted restaurant is ideal to entertain corporate guests, friends or family in the raised restaurant, where they can catch all the horse racing action.

PROVISIONAL & SAMPLE PACKAGE CONTENT

  • Club Enclosure Admission Badge giving access to the Members’ Lawn and Viewing Steps.
  • Hospitality in the Front Runners glass fronted restaurant.
  • Private tables of 10 or 12 (smaller groups will be accommodated on a shared basis).
  • Breakfast rolls and a glass of Champagne are available upon arrival.
  • Four course set luncheon served with selected wines, followed by coffee.
  • Complimentary bar throughout the day including beers, draught Guinness, wines, mainline spirits & soft drinks (excluding Champagne).
  • Traditional afternoon tea.
  • Car park labels (1 per 4 guests).
  • Race Card & Timeform (1 per 4 guests).
  • Racing post, Commemorative Pass and Tote betting facilities available.
  • Jockeys in attendance to analyse the race card.

Further Information

10:30 Cheltenham Racecourse and facility opens. Guests are invited to make their way to their viewing restaurant, located next to the Guinness village. The closest entrance to the facility is the North entrance.
– A welcoming glass of Champagne is served. Morning coffee & breakfast rolls available.
11:00 Complimentary bar of selected beers, draught Guinness, wines, mainline spirits & soft drinks opens (excluding Champagne).
11:45 Speakers run through the racecard.
12:00 Four course set luncheon is served with selected wines, followed by coffee.
13:30 First race commences.
15:40 Afternoon tea is served.
17:30 Final race commences. Selected complimentary bar closes.
18:30 Facility closes and all guests depart.

There is no specific dress code at Cheltenham. The weather can be unpredictable, so it is advised you dress accordingly. Many ladies wear hats, but with the weather rather than high fashion in mind. Gentleman usually wear a suit or similar. Fancy dress, trainers or ripped jeans are not permitted within the Viewing Restaurant.

Cheltenham – The April Meeting – Panoramic Restaurant

Thursday April 13, 2017 - Friday April 14, 2017

Panoramic Restaurant

The April Meeting gives racegoers the chance to enjoy two weekday fixtures, a great excuse to get out of the office and entertain clients. Even though the season is beginning to wind down, there is still great action on the track, with this meeting attractive over 18,000 racegoers.

The racing highlight on the opening day is the Grade 2 Handicap Chase, won in 2014 by Buywise, a progressive horse who is likely to be seen at Cheltenham again during the 2015/16 season. The second day of the meeting also gives the mares the opportunity to shine at Cheltenham. Four of the seven races are Mares-only races. The April Meeting is usually blessed by springtime sunshine too.

Situated on the 5th level of the grandstand overlooking the winning post, our premier restaurant provides the most stunning views over the racecourse. Seated at your table you can enjoy first class cuisine, excellent table service, totepool betting and, of course, that spectacular view.

The Club Enclosure gives you the widest choice of viewing and refreshment options, including access to: wonderful views from our main grandstand viewing steps and lawn; the paddock and winners’ enclosure viewing to study the horses pre and post-race; the centre of the course by the final fence (weather permitting); a wide choice of bars, betting and eating options; all the bookmakers in the betting ring; extensive totepool betting facilities; The Centaur and Hall of Fame; and a number of trade stands.

PROVISIONAL & SAMPLE PACKAGE CONTENT

  • Access to the Panoramic Restaurant.
  • Club enclosure Admission Badge to
  • Cheltenham racecourse.
  • Morning coffee & biscuits.
  • 5 course à la carte menu.
  • Cash bar facilities available.
  • Car park labels (1 per 2 guests booked).
  • Official race card available.
  • TV racing coverage.
  • Tote betting service.

Further Information

12:00 Cheltenham Racecourse opens. Guests are invited to make their way to the Panoramic Restaurant located on the Hall of Fame within the main 5th level of the Grandstand.

Cash bar facilities open.

5 course à la carte menu is available.

14:05 First race commences.

17:30 Last race commences.

18:00 Cash bar closes.

Restaurant closes & all guests depart.

Getting to Cheltenham Racecourse: We recommend guests follow the route signed by the AA. There are extensive car parks, & we advised guests to follow the directions included on your allocated car parking label. Should guests be arriving by train, bus links run from Cheltenham Spa Station to the Racecourse from 2 hours prior to racing.

Smart Casual. As they race largely during the winter months, the weather can be unpredictable, so we would advise you to dress accordingly. Gentlemen usually wear a suit or similar in the Club enclourse and in the restaurants and hospitality facilities. At the National Hunt Festival in March many ladies wear hats, but with the weather rather than high fashion in mind.

Allergies/Intolerances/Wheelchair users: Should these be applicable to any of your invited guests, please complete & return the attached guest information grid to EventOperations@break-the-ice.co.uk. The deadline for this information is three weeks prior to the contracted event date.

Event accreditation: Is dispatched approximately a week prior to the event, upon receipt of full payment to your contracted ticket address, via Royal Mail Special Delivery, therefore a signature will be required upon receipt. If a signature is not available it is your responsibility to arrange re-delivery with the Royal Mail. The same method should be used if forwarding event documentation to your invited guests.

Change of ticket address: Should you wish for your accreditation to be sent to an alternative address, please advise us in writing no later than three weeks prior to the event to h.bent@break-the-ice.co.uk. Kindly note that due to security reasons Imperial Corporate Events will only dispatch documentation to addresses within Great Britain. If your contracted ticket address is overseas your documentation won’t be sent until an alternative address is provided.

On the day: To ensure that your event goes accordingly please familiarise yourself with the important information included as above & in your final packs. We suggest you arrange to meet your guests in the hospitality facility.

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