The first Aspire Luxury Travel Forum takes place on Monday (27) and the prizes on offer are numerous and excellent.
There are still a couple of places left for agents so if you want to be in with a chance of winning one of them sign up at aspireluxuryforum.com.
The prizes are:
Bicester Village – A pack including £100 gift card, discount card and goody bag with lunch or dinner with wine and two complimentary passes on Bicester Village Express.
Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts – A deluxe room for 2 for three nights at the Angsana Riads Collection, Marrakech on bed and breakfast basis.
Beachcomber Tours – A place at Beachcombers Diamond Academy in 2012 to celebrate their 60 years anniversary – lucky agent will be going to either Seychelles or Mauritius.
Cunard Line – A bottle of Veuve Clicquot and a luxurious dressing gown.
Como Hotels – A five night stay on bed and breakfast basis at Parrot Cay, Turks & Caicos.
Crystal Cruises – An Amazon Kindle.
California Tourism – A four night bed and breakfast stay at Ojai Valley Inn & Spa, California for two people in a Fireplace Shangri la room including lunch and dinner for one night, 2 rounds of golf and 2 spa treatments.
MSC Cruises – A luxury spa hamper including MSC Aurea towel and pampering goodies.
Sandals Resorts – A seven night stay at the Sandals resort of the winner’s choice.
Seasons – A two night break at the Rocco Forte Savoy Florence in a classic double on B&B basis.
These include 5 nights bed & breakfast in a luxury room at Amirandes Grecotel Exclusive Resort courtesy of Mason Rose; a 3 night stay for two people at Banyan Tree Bankok in a one bedroom suite with club access; 3 nights stay in a junior suite for 2 adults on HB basis at La Terrasse courtesy of One & Only Le Saint Geran; 5 Nights at luxury beach hotel in Mauritius Legends, in a superior room on half board basis courtesy of Naiade Resorts; and 2 nights stay at Rocco Forte Savoy Florence, bed & breakfast courtesy of Seasons.
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