Win a stay at London's luxury Hotel Verta

C&IT has teamed up with Visit London to launch the Little Book of Secrets.

Prize: Win a stay at London's luxury Hotel Verta
Prize: Win a stay at London's luxury Hotel Verta

Publishing in December 2010, the little book will highlight the very best secret venues, incentive and teambuilding ideas that the capital has to offer.

Share your secret with C&IT now to be in with a chance to win a luxury weekend for two in London.

Luxury London prize

To enter, simply share your secret venue, incentive or teambuilding idea with C&IT.

The prize includes a two-night stay with breakfast for the lucky winner plus guest at Hotel Verta, the Von Essen group's first London property, plus a VIP night out at Altitude London’s Pelican Lounge.

Hotel Verta is set to open on 12 September billed as the world's first integrated 'heliport and hotel solution'.

It will offer 70 bespoke rooms and suites, a fine dining restaurant, bar and a subterranean spa. A first-floor ballroom and six meeting spaces will be available for hire.

The Pelican lounge is set to open at Altitude London’s River Room venue on 1 October, and will offer capacity for 600 delegates.

The Little Book of Secrets will launch at a secret venue in London in December 2010.

Share your secret now

Prize draw terms and conditions:

The prize must be booked in advance via the von Essen press office, subject to availability and non exchangeable.

 

For more information please visit www.hotel-verta.co.uk.

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