Enter to win luxury Eastbourne trip for two

C&IT has teamed up with the Grand hotel in Eastbourne to offer one lucky reader plus a guest a two-night stay with dinner and spa treatments.

Enter to win luxury Eastbourne trip for two
Enter to win luxury Eastbourne trip for two

Billed as the only five-star hotel on the English coastline, the Grand has 152 rooms, the Mirabelle Restaurant serving modern European cuisine, swimming pool and a luxurious spa.  

The hotel, constructed in 1875, has 17 meeting spaces. The largest of these is the Compton Room, which can hold 300 for a cocktail reception.  

The Grand’s corporate clients include electronics and maintenance products distributor Electrocomponents, which held its annual conference for 115 delegates at The Grand in Eastbourne in July.  

To enter, please send your answer to the following question to citcomp@haymarket.com by 23 January: What is the name of the hotel’s restaurant?  

For more information visit www.grandeastbourne.com.

 

Terms & Conditions:
 
1.     This prize is for two adults staying at The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne, on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis for two nights

2.     The prize includes dinner for two people on both nights. One bottle of house wine included per dinner

3.     The prize also includes a signature treatment in The Spa for both guests

4.     Table reservations and appointments in The Spa to be made at time of room reservation booking

5.     All extra incidentals including telephone calls, additional spa treatments, laundry and food & beverage etc. must be paid for directly by the prize winner

6.     This prize is valid until 31 December 2012, subject to availability and excluding Christmas, New Year, Easter and Bank Holidays

7.     Travel insurance cover must be obtained separately by the prize winner

8.     Travel to and from The Grand Hotel is not included

9.     Cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion

10.  This prize is non transferable

11.  No cash alternatives apply

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