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Royal Ascot Hospitality - Saturday - Parade Ring Restaurant

Saturday 22nd June 2019

Parade Ring Restaurant

Package Highlights:

  • 5 Course a la carte Lunch
  • On Site Location
  • Royal Enclosure Guest Badge
  • Caviar reception
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£1379.00

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About the Package

A deluxe private trackside viewing area close to the Royal Box on Level 2. Enjoy the very finest hospitality service as a soak up a unrivalled racing experience at one of Britain's most revered racecourses.

Package Includes
  • 5 Course a la carte Lunch
  • On Site Location
  • Royal Enclosure Guest Badge
  • Caviar reception
  • VIP Hostess Service
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Champagne Reception
  • Complimentary Bar

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Reasons For Buying Parade Ring Restaurant

This fantastic packages offers stunning views of the Royal Procession as it passes through the Parade Ring.

Dress Code

-For ladies heading to the prestigious Royal Enclosure, Ascot Racecourses rules dictate that straps must be thicker than one inch, trouser suits are allowed, but should be full-length, and dresses and skirts should fall just above the knee or lower. When it comes to headwear, hats, not fascinators, are mandatory, as is a base of at least four inches.
-In the grandstand area, a hat is also required, but fascinators are acceptable, with strapless or sheer tops and dresses are still unacceptable.
-For gentlemen within the Royal Enclosure, black or grey morning dress with a waistcoat, tie, a top hat must be worn. Black shoes, not brown, must also be worn.
-Admission to the Grandstand will also require that men wear a suit, shirt and tie

Dress Code and Hat Etiquette

For ladies heading to the Royal Enclosure, the rules dictate that straps must be thicker than one inch, trouser suits should be full-length, and dresses and skirts should fall just above the knee or lower. When it comes to headwear, the guidelines are that hats and not fascinators should be worn, and the base must measure at least four inches.

In the grandstand area, a hat is also required, with fascinators being acceptable. Again, strapless or sheer tops and dresses are unacceptable.

For gentlemen attending within the Royal Enclosure black or grey morning dress with a waistcoat, tie, a top hat and black shoes must be worn.

Grandstand admission will require that men wear a suit, shirt and tie

Hat Etiquette

-Decorations on ladies hats must always be worn to the right – it is also rude to show the inside lining of your hat, deliberately or otherwise.
-Hats with large brims must be removed before sundown
-It is customary for gentlemen to tip their hat when greeting a fellow racegoer and headwear should remove their hats when indoors or speaking to a lady. Ladies may keep their hats on when inside.
-Never deliberately or knowingly obscure anyone’s view of proceedings with your headwear.
-Fascinators are allowed in much of the racecourse instead of a hat, but they should always have a base diameter of at least 10cm.
-With all these rules in mind, never point out hat etiquette mistakes of others!
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