Cheltenham Racecourse opens £45m Princess Royal Stand

Cheltenham Racecourse has opened The Princess Royal Stand expansion, offering a fine dining experience and hospitality boxes for hire.

Cheltenham Racecourse has opened The Princess Royal Stand
Cheltenham Racecourse has opened The Princess Royal Stand

The new stand features state-of-the-art entertaining areas for clients including 11 private boxes, and features major innovations around its catering offerings, having undergone a £1.8m catering install.

New concepts at the stand include The Cheltenham Club fine dining experience, which has a bar and seated area with fireplace and 360 degree views from the balcony.

Cheltenham Racecourse caters for a range of meetings and events and can host up to 2,250 delegates on a 360-acre site, with thousands of free car parking spaces. It can also cater to smaller meetings and private dinners. The racecourse has up-to-date event technology and a specialised AV team available. 

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