Ascot RacecourseHospitality & private boxes
Make a toast. Sip some bubbly. Bet on your favourite horse. Step into a realm of equestrian luxury—the Ascot Racecourse is your playground to discover!
Ascot Racecourse hospitality hosts the most decadent occasions in the British calendar: Royal Ascot, The Gold Cup, St James’s Palace Stakes, King’s Stand Stakes, Commonwealth Cup and QIPCO King George Diamond Weekend. We’ll pave the way to an epic time, linking you with the most spectacular views at the racecourse. As for the surrounding grounds, expect a whirlwind of English delights!
You’ll have access to exclusive bars and taste creations designed by three Michelin-starred chef Simon Rogan. Or if you prefer the privacy of a box, it’s a rare chance to bond with your guests while dining like royalty in the presence of world-class racing. Try signature dishes like confit of salmon with cucumber, cauliflower and horseradish sauce; and for afternoon tea, cucumber and mint sandwiches or buttermilk scones.
Ascot Racecourse is located in Ascot, a town in the county of Berkshire, in the south of England, United Kingdom. It is situated approximately 6 miles east of the town of Bracknell, and approximately 25 miles (40.2 kilometers) west of London.
Attending Ascot Racecourse is a chance to really dress up and step out in style. The dress code varys slightly for each event. It is all about embracing the traditional and prestigious atmosphere of the event. For Royal Ascot, men can show off their sharpest morning suits and top hats, while women can choose from a variety of elegant and sophisticated formal daywear. And don't forget the hat or fascinator, it's a must have! For other Ascot race days such as Champions Day, ladies should dress in smart attire and encouraged to wear a hat and for Men, a jacket with collared shirt and tie is recommended.