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Annual Private Boxes

Ascot has an extensive range of private boxes, each consisting of a private bar and dining room with a large flat screen television, bespoke catering options, and a balcony that offers a prime view of the racing. Betting facilities are easily accessible on every level.

The annual licence fee would entitle you to use the box for all 26 race meetings throughout the year including Royal Ascot week, King George VI Weekend and QIPCO British Champions Day amongst others.

To view full fixtures for 2017, click here.

There are many additional benefits of becoming an annual Boxholder:

Two VIP swipe cards and metal box badges affording two extra admissions, on top of the buffet capacity of admission tickets and box badges for your guests, for each of the 26 racedays  

Credit facilities when booking catering

Ability to personalise your box 

Invitations to various external Boxholder events

Regular newsletters including exclusive offers

Sponsorship opportunities

 

If you are unable to use your box on certain days, we would welcome the opportunity to sublet it  on your behalf.

The majority of our 213 private boxes are sold on an annual basis, but each year some boxes will become available on the open market.

For more information please contact Sue Thomsett on +44 (0)1344 878 542 or email [email protected]

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Frequently Asked Questions


How can I book a box for Royal Ascot?

How can I book a box for racedays outside of Royal Ascot week?

Is there a balcony?

All boxes have a private balcony. We also have several boxes at either end of the Grandstand that have an additional side terrace.

How many people can a private box accommodate?

We have a range of private facilities that can host between 10 - 80 guests.

The standard single box will accommodate 12 for formal dining or 18 for a buffet. Double boxes will accommodate 24 for formal dining or 36 for a buffet. The Level 6 boxes are slightly smaller, accommodating 10 for formal dining or 14 for a buffet.

There are four double boxes on Level 6 that seat 20 people or can accommodate up to 28 for a buffet. All the Level 6 boxes have a narrow balcony with no external seating.

We also have one quad box on Level 3 that accommodates 40 seated and up to 70 for a buffet, plus one 'Long Box' on Level 2 opposite the one furlong marker, created by combining six individual boxes into one superb room. It can seat up to 80 for formal dining or accommodate up to 108 for a buffet.

The Long Box can also be split into two smaller 'triple' boxes by use of a substantial folding wall, creating two spacious triple boxes, both of which can seat up to 40 for formal dining or accommodate a maximum of 54 for a buffet.

Can I bring my own food?

How do I make or change my catering order?

Are children allowed in the boxes?

Children aged 17 years and under are allowed into the racecourse free of charge but they will count towards the overall occupancy in the box. Children's menus are available for all racedays.

Are there any other fine dining packages available?

Are there facilities for those with access requirements?

Ascot Racecourse provides an accessible environment for all our racegoers, including older people and those people with disabilities. The Access for All policy includes information about the provision of disabled parking spaces and wheelchair hire.

We are happy to make special arrangements and to assist with any queries, both in advance and on the day of the race meeting. Please contact the Access Officer on +44 (0)844 346 3000.

Can I purchase souvenirs at Ascot?

There is an Ascot shop at the racecourse, located adjacent to the Parade Ring with a wide range of goods.

Where do I park?

Car park labels are included with all box bookings, with one label for every two guests. The majority of parking for box guests will be in Car Park 3 or Car Park 5.

Additional labels may be purchased in advance by calling +44 (0)844 346 3000.

What time does the racing begin?

Royal Ascot:

Gates open at 10:30am and the racing begins at 2:30pm on all five days of Royal Ascot. There are six races on the card each day with the last race starting at 5:35pm. An order of running will be available on the website from early spring.

Ascot Racedays:

Gates open at 10:45am for Jump meetings and 11:00am for Flat meetings. Race start times vary from meeting to meeting. Most Jump meetings start between 12:45pm-1:15pm and finish between 3:30pm-4:45pm whilst Flat meetings generally start between 1:30pm-2:30pm and finish between 4:30pm-5:30pm. Gates open at 3pm for our Evening Meeting in May with the first race starting at 5:35pm and the last at 8:20pm. Further information can be found on the website prior to each raceday.