Royal Ascot Hospitality

World renowned Royal Ascot, with history dating back to 1711, is all about glamour and great horseracing throughout the entire five days of this spectacular event. The Royal Berkshire racecourse attracts the crème de la crème of society, along with huge crowds of racing fans alike, with visitor numbers exceeding 300,000 throughout the meeting.

The venue boasts the very best in quality and elegance. The grandstand is truly a sight to behold, with a magnificent parasol roof suspended by structural trees. The standard of the venue is paralleled by the heritage and pageantry of the event itself.

Royal Ascot Gold Cup day (colloquially known as Ladies' Day) is the Thursday of Royal Ascot, and this is the most popular race day selling out quickly. Apart from the guests keen to dress up in the height of fashion, there is also great racing to enjoy.

Every day is an extravaganza of socialising and style, with six races each day over the five day event, there’s every reason to make it even more special with our superb hospitality facilities.

A Taste of Royal Ascot

Browse our Royal Ascot Hospitality Packages Below

carriages restaurant

Furlong Restaurant

sandringham restaurant

The Gallery


Royal Ascot Village

Balmoral restaurant

Balmoral Restaurant


Royal Ascot Pavilion

queen anne rooms

The Lawn Club

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Q: Can I fly in to Royal Ascot?
A: There is a helicopter landing facility close to the racecourse. It is not suitable for fixed-wing private aircrafts. The two nearest airfields are Fairoaks, Chobham and White Waltham Maidenhead, which are both approximately nine miles away.

Q:What is the Dress Code for Royal Ascot?
A: The Dress code for the Queen Anne Enclosure is as follows. Gentlemen are required to wear a full-length suit with a collared shirt and tie, and kindly asked to take note of the following: Jackets and trousers should be of matching colour and pattern. A tie should be worn at all times. Bow ties and cravats are not permitted. Socks must be worn and should cover the ankle. Jeans, chinos and trainers are not permitted. Ladies within the Queen Anne Enclosure are required to dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion and are kindly asked to take note of the following: A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times. Strapless and sheer dresses and tops are not permitted. Please note our definition of strapless necklines include off-the-shoulder, Bardot and one shoulder. Trouser suits must be full-length and jumpsuits should fall below the knee. Both must adhere to the neckline regulations above. Midriffs must be covered. Shorts are not permitted. Overseas Visitors: Overseas visitors are welcome to wear the formal National Dress of their country or Service Dress. Serving Military Personnel: Serving military personnel are welcome to wear Service Dress or equivalent.

Q: When is ladies day at Royal Ascot?
A: Ladies Day at Royal Ascot is held on the Thursday, click here for more information on ladies day events.

Q: Do you pay for parking at Royal Ascot?
A: All of our hospitality packages include parking.

Ascot Race Fixtures

Friday10/07/2020Property Day
Saturday11/07/2020Family Day
Friday24/07/2020King George Weekend
Saturday25/07/2020King George Day
Saturday08/08/2020Shergar Cup - Live MusicEnquire Now
Friday04/09/2020Festival of Food & Wine
Saturday05/09/2020Festival of Food & Wine
Friday02/10/2020Ascot Beer Festival
Friday18/12/2020Christmas Raceday
Saturday19/12/2020Christmas Raceday