Cheltenham Festival hospitality
You haven’t experienced hospitality at its best until you’ve tried Cheltenham Festival hospitality. Held every year in March, festival week usually coincides with St Patrick’s day as the occasion is hugely popular with the Irish horse racing community.
You can book a Cheltenham Festival hospitality deal on any of the four days over which the spectacle takes place. And a spectacle it truly is. The first race day is known as Champions’ Day, and during the festival, four races of note take place. They are the Champion Hurdle, the Queen Mother Champion Chase, the Stayers’ Hurdle, and of course, the Cheltenham Gold Cup race itself.
There are two Cheltenham Festival hospitality packages on offer. Let’s take them one at a time.
The Long Run Balcony Box package
Imagine watching a horse race from the comfort of a private box directly overlooking the last two fences and finishing straight. That is precisely what you get with a Long Run Balcony package. Not only are you treated to an unrivalled view of the race action, but you get fed and watered like royalty. A bucks Fizz reception, morning coffee and biscuits, a four-course luncheon, and a full complimentary bar service - not forgetting full afternoon tea,
The Platinum Marquee package
If you prefer to be up close and personal with the racing action, the Platinum Marquee package grants you that privilege. You will be no more than 50 metres from the main grandstand and directly adjacent to the Parade Ring. This is luxury Cheltenham Festival hospitality at bargain-basement prices.
As well as being right at the heart of the racing, you also get all of the same sorts of extras included with the Long Run Balcony Box package.
Cheltenham Festival hospitality packages are the cream of the crop. If you get the opportunity to go on one, make sure you don’t miss it.