Royal Ascot Hospitality: Ascot Village
The Royal Ascot Village offers a terrific Royal Ascot hospitality experience for both you and your prized guests. Standing opposite the fabulous Grandstand with wonderful views of the final straight, witness the breathtaking action unfold from alongside the track and soak up a spine-tingling atmosphere as competitors thunder towards the finish line.
Relish a superb four course luncheon and treat yourself the finest wines, beers and soft drinks from the all-day complimentary bar. Make it a day to remember at this delightful hospitality facility.
Royal Ascot hospitality packages – Ascot Village includes:
- Village Enclosure Admission
- Private tables of 10 or more. Smaller parties will be placed on a shared table
- Pimm’s No.1 drinks reception
- Four-course luncheon – starter and main course served at table, followed by buffet style desserts and cheeses
- Complimentary beer, wine and soft drinks throughout the day
- Themed afternoon tea served buffet style
- One car park label per couple
- Racing Paper
ROYAL ASCOT HOSPITALITY PACKAGES – ASCOT VILLAGE PRICES
|Tue 16th June 2020||Ascot Village||£349.00|
|Wed 17th June 2020||Ascot Village||£349.00|
|Fri 19th June 2020||Ascot Village||£449.00|
↓ Additional Information ↓
Ladies within the Queen Anne Enclosure are encouraged to dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion.
Ladies are kindly asked to take particular note of the following:
A hat, headpiece or fascinator should be worn at all times.
Strapless or sheer strap dresses and tops are not permitted.
Trousers must be full length and worn with a top that adheres to the guidelines above (i.e. strapless or sheer strap tops are not permitted).
Jackets and pashminas may be worn but dresses and tops underneath should still comply with the Grandstand Admission dress code.
Midriffs must be covered.
Shorts are not permitted.
Gentlemen are required to wear a suit with a shirt and tie.
Girls (17 or under) should be dressed for a formal occasion. Smart summer dresses are suggested. Hats, headpieces and fascinators may be worn but are not compulsory.
Boys aged (13-17) should wear a suit or jacket with a shirt and a tie. Younger boys (12 or under) should be dressed smartly but are not required to wear a jacket or tie.