Take part in C&IT's luxury survey to win a stay at Fairmont St Andrews

C&IT is calling on corporate and agency buyers to give us your views on the best destinations and venues around the world for hosting luxury events.

Take part in C&IT's luxury survey to win a stay at Fairmont St Andrews
Take part in C&IT's luxury survey to win a stay at Fairmont St Andrews

Take part in our survey now for your chance to enter a competition to win a two-night stay for two people at the luxury Fairmont St Andrews Resort in Scotland.

The prize includes two nights accommodation including breakfast in a Deluxe Sea View Room for two people, plus a round of golf on either the Torrance or the Kittocks course or a 60-minute spa treatment each.

Fairmont St Andrews is situated on a 520-acre estate with spectacular views over the Eden Estuary and town of St Andrews. The resort offers 209 luxury rooms, six dining outlets including the fine dining Esperante restaurant and a superb signature spa with 12 treatment rooms, a health club, pool, steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.

The resort's purpose-built conference suite has more than 1,390sqm of flexible meeting space including the 557sqm Robert Burns Ballroom and ten multi-purpose rooms with natural daylight.

For more information visit www.fairmont.com

For a chance to win take part in C&IT's survey here

Terms and conditions: Subject to availability. No travel is included. No cash alternative. Valid until 30 November 2010

 

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