HAVE YOUR SAY: Is London the world's best incentive destination?

Las Vegas, Cape Town and London are among the cities currently attracting votes for the world's best incentive destination in C&IT's third annual Hot List.

HAVE YOUR SAY: Is London the world's best incentive destination?
HAVE YOUR SAY: Is London the world's best incentive destination?

London won last year’s award, voted for by readers in the C&IT Hot List 2010, while Dubai and New York picked up the silver and bronze awards respectively.

Who do you think has stood out from the crowd this year?

Take part in our short survey now for the chance to win an amazing trip for two to Portugal.

C&IT has teamed up with the Tiara Park Atlantic Hotel in Porto to offer one lucky reader plus guest the chance to win a two-night stay with breakfast and dinner, with flights included. To enter, simply complete the short online survey here.

The lucky winner and guest will enjoy an upgrade to an executive room or deluxe suite (upon availability), which include Hermes toiletries, a bottle of port, fruit and traditional Portugese delicacies.

The prize also includes two tickets to the Serralves modern art gallery.

Vote now
 
Categories in The Hot List include Best Conference Destination, Best Unusual Venue, Best DMC and Best Sustainable Venue.
 
Voting for The Hot List will close on 7 September. Don’t miss out on your chance to be entered into our prize draw – have your say now.
 
The Hot List 2011 will be published in the October issue of C&IT and on citmagazine.com.
 
Find out who topped last year’s Hot List.

 
See photos of C&IT’s Hot List 2010 party at Altitude London

 

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