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As part of the InsideFlyer ‘Return To Travel’ promotion, we are giving away an exciting prize every day to celebrate that tourism is gradually restarting.
In the first week of the promotion, we are offering readers the chance to win exclusive hotel stays at some top-class hotels from the Hilton portfolio in Europe, courtesy of Hilton Honors.
Win a stay at Canopy by Hilton London City
At the end of August, Canopy by Hilton London City will open its doors – the first property of the innovative brand in the UK. With a locally inspired speciality restaurant, a rooftop bar, gym, and open plan cafe, the hotel is ideal for guests looking to relax in style and explore the vibrant city of London.
Guestrooms are sophisticated and thoughtfully designed, reflecting the rich history and culture of London’s historic East End textile industry.
Today’s prize is an overnight stay for two people at the Canopy by Hilton London City, including breakfast and an individual welcome gift. The voucher is valid for up to one year after the hotel has opened.
How to enter:
For your chance to win today’s prize, all you have to do is register via the following link on our promotion page:
Conditions of participation
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. MAKING A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW.
A winner is randomly drawn from all registrations and they will be notified via e-mail within 14 days of the end of the Return To Travel promotion period. In the event that the winner does not respond to this announcement within 7 days, the prize will not be awarded to them and will be assigned to a new winner. You can participate once a day.
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InsideFlyer and our partners will do our utmost to ensure that prizes are received correctly, but cannot assume responsibility for errors by third parties (eg. delivery) and other issues outside of our control (eg. COVID-19 related closures).