Win a 5-night holiday to Marrakech for two

Update: This competition is now closed

Condé Nast are giving away a five-night holiday to Marrakech, Morocco, staying at the glamorous five-star La Mamounia, with return flights from London.

Here's what CN have to say about the prize:

The prize-winner and a guest will spend five nights in a Classic Hivernage Room at this incredible hotel, which first opened in 1923 and has welcomed guests from Winston Churchill and Marlene Dietrich to Led Zeppelin.
Set within eight hectares of olive-trees, orange blossom and palm trees, the upper terraces of the hotel overlook the Atlas Mountains. A fresh costume change by Jacques Garcia (of Hôtel Costes in Paris and cool new London opening L’Oscar) kept all of La Mamounia’s old-school decadence while adding up-to-the-minute details: there’s an indoor and an outdoor pool, a spa and four restaurants serving dishes from all over the world, all surrounded by swathes of velvet and traditional tiling.
Breakfast for two is included in the prize, as is one complimentary dinner at the hotel’s traditional, candle-lit Moroccan restaurant Le Marocain. 
As well as La Mamounia’s spa, clay tennis courts and boutiques, Marrakech’s lively streets are easily reached from the hotel, taking in the famous Koutoubia Mosque, Djemaa el Fna and shopping for local crafts in the Medina.

Full prize details (for two people):

  • Five-night stay at La Mamounia in Marrakech, Morocco in a Classic Hivernage Room, including breakfast for two.
  • One complimentary dinner for two at Le Marocain.
  • Return economy flights from London Heathrow Airport to Marrakech Airport with EasyJet.
  • Private transfers to and from Marrakech airport.

To enter, click the red button to get to the original competition page, answer the question (hint: the answer is: Nambung National Park, Australia), fill in your details and click 'enter now'.

Competition closes: 3rd July 2018

Post by Stuart

Stuart discovered his passion for all things travel during one of his first jobs overseeing the travel section of a well-known bookshop. He has worked in publishing for 15 years, most recently as a freelance travel writer. He's always planning his next adventure away. Favourite destination? It has to be the Canadian Rockies. Next trip? Monte Carlo.

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