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The most famous racecourse in the world is also a state-of-the-art conference, event and entertainment venue with a reputation for hosting household-name corporations. Ascot has 300 meeting and
dining rooms, capable of holding between 10 and 3,000 people. The impressive Grandstand cuts a bold silhouette against the skyline and the striking design is followed in every aspect of its light,
contemporary interior. Although Ascot’s distinguished heritage is one of its main attractions, the ‘can-do’ attitude of its employees has attracted some surprisingly unconventional events. Catering
is one of its strong suits, with a wide variety of freshly prepared produce developed by an award-winning team. During the summer months, there’s a triple-decker marquee available to hire for up to
2,500 guests. Ascot is situated in the Berkshire countryside, only 50 minutes from central London.
Christmas at Ascot
'A royal affair' - feature on hospitality at Royal Ascot 2014
'Taking the reins’ Profile on Gary England, DoH at Ascot
The Berkshire racecourse has revealed the top chefs cooking at Royal Ascot in 2015. Michael Caines will be taking over from Tom Kerridge at On 5, while Phil Hammond will be cooking at the Panoramic.
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