Ascot racecourse becomes Royal Ascot for one week of the year when King Charles III is in attendance. The late Queen Elizabeth II always enjoyed her outings to Ascot and much is made of the Royal Families participation within the week, including a Royal procession every morning.
Royal Ascot is the crown in the British Racing calendar. Attracting the elite flat trainers, Jockey’s and the upper echelon of society.
Our coveted ICON facility located near the winning post. Watch from the private balcony while the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, the Queen Anne Stakes and the Gold Cup take place and celebrate when your winner romps home.
ICON is situated in the Village Enclosure, a fantastic venue and area to watch major Ascot meetings such as Royal Ascot.
Inside the facility you’ll see a bright, vibrant room with plenty of room for fine dining, including a stunning bar in the middle of the room, as well as another from the side.
Our ICONs will work the room, interacting with guests throughout the day, with some expert tips and opinions to go with it.
To watch the racing, it’s just a short walk to the private area on the inside of the track, right as the field sprints to the finish line.
The traditions of Royal Ascot are imperative to the fantastic experience. Most associate this with the dress code, flamboyant hats and smart jackets but the food is also vitally important.
World-renowned chefs are often in attendance, producing outstanding food in the various restaurants at Ascot, and that’s no different in ICON.
Expect a full day of high quality cuisine, including a superb four course lunch and a traditional afternoon tea that is one of the best in the business.
From London & The North, take the M4 Junction 6 onto the A332 Windsor by-pass and follow the signs to Ascot.
From the West, take the M4 Junction 10 to the A329(M) signed to Bracknell and follow the signs to Ascot.
From the South & East, take the M3 Junction 3 onto the A332 signed to Bracknell and follow the signs to Ascot.
From the Midlands take the M40 southbound, Junction 4. Take the A404 towards the M4 (Junction 8/9). On the M4 head towards Heathrow/London. Leave M4 at Junction 6 and follow the A332 Windsor by-pass to Ascot.
South Western Railway runs a frequent service to Ascot from Reading, Guildford and London Waterloo. The railway station is a seven-minute walk from the racecourse, via. a spacious paved path away from roads.
Car parking will be available to purchase online for all racedays during the Flat season, but only up to five days before the event.
“We wanted to say thanks for a brilliant day this summer at Ascot, it was truly memorable for the first time attendee's. The service you and the team gave us was an example of how it should be done. We really appreciate all the effort and I look forward to booking another event with you soon.”
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