Aintree Grand National Hospitality
Aintree Racecourse realy does have something for everyone during the Grand National Festival. Here you will experience first class facilities with excellent cuisine together with an atmosphere that is hard to beat no matter where you are in the World.
The Grand National at Aintree
For a few brief moments in April each year, the world’s most famous racecourse runs the world’s most famous race, The Grand National.
The first official races at Aintree were set up by the owner of Liverpool’s Waterloo Hotel, Mr William Lynn who leased the land from Lord Sefton, laid out a course, built a grandstand and staged the first Flat fixture on July 7, 1829. The Aintree Grand National was first run in 1839 and was won by the 5-1 favourite “Lottery”.
The Grand National Festival continues to increase in popularity and the event promises 3 days of superb action. Each day has a race over the spectacular Grand National fences and the Hospitality facilities offer an exceptional choice of accommodation and locality.
Hospitality Packages at the Grand National
Aintree Racecourse provides a wonderful range of Hospitality options during the Grand National Festival which include:
- Private Pavilion Boxes
- Private Lord Sefton Stand Boxes
- The Princess Royal Restaurant
- The Golden Miller Restaurant
- The Papillon Restaurant
- The Sunloch Restaurant
The Private Pavilion Boxes are located in the Amberleigh House Structure and ideal for larger groups of guests. The Lord Sefton Boxes and the Sunloch Restaurant are both located in the Lord Sefton Stand. The Golden Miller and Papillon Restaurants are both located in the Earl of Derby Grandstand and the Diamon Marque Princess Royal Restaurant is located in the Princess Royal Stand.
Whatever type of Hospitality, size of your party or budget we are sure to have the package to suite your requirements during the Grand National Festival at Aintree Racecourse. Why not get in touch with us today and you can be assured of great service and advice.
Q: How much is hospitality at the Grand National?
A: We have packages available from £305+vat
Q: What is the dress code for the Grand National?
A: Smart is preferred and often adopted with gents wearing lounge suits & ladies wearing hats, although hats are not mandatory. The Racecourse requests that no sportswear is worn and fancy dress is not allowed for the Grand National Meeting.
Q: When is ladies day at the Grand National?
A: Ladies day is the Friday of the Grand National, click here for more information on ladies day events.
Q: Do you pay for parking at the Grand National?
A: All of our hospitality packages include parking.