Send us a MICE enquiry – and win a holiday!
Our MICE Prize Draw continues with another exciting city break to be won. Here is your chance to win prize number three – Lisbon and all its delights
Lisbon boasts vibrant nightlife, traditional cuisine and a rich cultural heritage, and the Dom Pedro Palace is one of its most luxurious and respected hotels. Follow in the footsteps of VIPs and world-famous dignitaries by spending a long weekend at this illustrious property.
You could win:
- Three nights for two people at the stylish Dom Pedro Palace
- Return flights and transfers
- Dinner on one evening, prepared by the hotel’s top chefs
To win, place an enquiry with the Great Hotels of the World Groups Desk and you&rsqo;ll be entered automatically into the draw.
So, every time you send us an RFP, you will be increasing your chance to scoop this exciting prize.
All our RFPs are subject to our guaranteed 24-hour response time and the Best Available Rate – so you’re always a winner.
Our third draw is open to all enquiries submitted by January 31 – but make sure you stay tuned for the next draw, starting on December 4.
Terms & conditions
Prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative
Dinner does not include beverages
Accommodation and flights must be booked through Great Hotels of the World and are subject to availability
Black-out period from 15 July to 15 September 2015
Maximum allowance is £250 towards each return flight
The prize must be taken by 30 December 2015
The winner will be notified on February 28 2014 via email
The winner agrees to take part in reasonable PR activity surrounding their prize
Only new enquiries sent to the GHOTW Groups Desk will be eligible to enter
Enquiries for destinations where GHOTW does not have a property will not be eligible for the draw
One ticket per enquiry will be allocated; there is no limit to how many enquiries per person can be entered
Any personal data relating to all entrants will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and will not be disclosed to a third party without the entrants' prior consent