Guess the ‘mystery’ suite and win an £18,000 holiday with Destinology

 

We thought you might like to hear about a competition currently being run by luxury tour operator, Destinology. They are offering a 5 night ‘Super Suite’ holiday to the outstanding Atlantis the Palm Hotel in Dubai for 2 people to enjoy in 2013. This landmark luxury hotel has played host to a glittering array of celebrities, sportsmen and women as well as A-list stars of the stage and screen since its opening in 2008.

The lucky winner will enjoy 3 nights in a lavish Regal Suite and 2 additional nights in a ‘mystery’ Suite – selected from the very best that Atlantis has to offer.

The full prize also includes return UK flights, daily breakfast, a meal for 2 in the Seafire Steakhouse Restaurant and an experience for 2 people with the playful inhabitants of Dolphin Bay.

For full prize details, Terms and Conditions and to enter, visit the Destinology website and watch a video of the Super Suites at Atlantis, then select the ‘mystery’ prize-winning suite from a drop down menu.

You’ll have to play detective to guess the correct suite!

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