WIN THREE NIGHTS IN HELSINKI
Expires: 6th April 2020
The prize-winner and their guest will check into cool Scandi hideout Hotel St. George, a member of Design Hotels™. The 19th-century building has been home to the Finnish Literature Society, and was a printing and publishing house in the 1920s – it was turned into a hotel just a few years ago. Tall windows allow plenty of natural light into Nordic interiors with calming blond wood and off-white bedrooms.
Competition Terms and Conditions
1.1 This competition closes on 6 April 2020.
1.2 Any entries received after the Closing Date (for whatever reason) will be invalid.
1.3 Condé Nast Publications Ltd decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into. Condé Nast Publications Ltd reserves the right, in their sole discretion, to cancel or amend without notice the terms of this promotion in the event of major catastrophe, war, strike, earthquake or any actual or anticipated or alleged breach of any applicable law or regulation or any other circumstance beyond either Condé Nast Publications Ltd control.
1.4 This competition is governed by English law and is subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.
2. Entrant restrictions
2.1 Open to UK and Eire residents only. Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and proof of age will be required before the prize is dispatched.
2.2 The competition is not open to anyone associated with The Condé Nast Publications Ltd or any associated companies.
2.3 The Condé Nast Publications Limited reserves the right to ask entrants to verify eligibility to enter by providing a valid form of I.D.
3. Route of Entry
3.1 Entry is free of charge – no purchase is necessary, internet access is required.
3.2 No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are lost or delayed, or which are not received for any reason.
3.3 Condé Nast Publications Ltd accepts no responsibility for damage or loss resulting from misdirected or incomplete entries arising from the Eligible Participant’s error, computer malfunction, viruses, bugs or other such causes.
3.4 Condé Nast Publications Ltd are in no way liable for the reproduction or indirect access via third party websites or home page access or where any reproduction of the information relating to this competition misstates or omits any of the information or terms and conditions connected with the competition.
4. Competition Details
4.1 All qualifying entrants who answer the question correctly will be placed in a free prize draw.
4.2 The winner will be chosen at random from all entries received before the competition end date.
4.3 Any entries received after that time and date cannot be entered or considered.
4.4 The winner will be informed 28 days after the competition has closed, by email; should there be no response after 5 days, another winner will be drawn from entries received.
4.5 The judges’ decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
4.6 The prize of this competition is a three-night hotel accommodation at St. George hotel in Helsinki as well as a Chef’s Menu with wine pairings for two at Restaurant Andrea
4.7 Flights are not included.
5. Prize Restrictions and Details
5.1 Black-out dates apply.
5.2 Terms and conditions are subject to change without notice.
5.3 There is no cash alternative to the prize.
5.4 The prize is subject to availability and non-refundable.
5.5 Reservations and ticketing should be done up to one month prior to departure.
5.6 Design HotelsTM reserves the right to cancel the competition and retract the prize at any time without stating any reason.
5.7 In the event of unforeseen circumstances, Design HotelsTM reserves the right (a) to substitute an alternative prize of equivalent or greater value and (b) in exceptional circumstances to amend or foreclose the promotion without notice.
5.8 Extraneous costs (such as transport, food and drink, taxes, and fees) are not included and must also be paid by the winner(s).
5.9 Entries via agents or third parties are invalid.
5.10 There will be only one winner. The stay is valid for two persons.
5.11 The competition is subject to German law. Any recourse to courts is excluded.