WIN ... 2 Nights at This Stylish Leeds Hotel

Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), April 7, 2009 | Go to article overview

WIN ... 2 Nights at This Stylish Leeds Hotel


LOOKING for something different to do this Easter? Why not make the most of spring in the city by enjoying a number of family events and activities planned in Leeds over the coming months? And for three lucky Coventry Telegraph readers, we are delighted to offer all of this FREE in our exciting competition.

Win a 2 nights stay for two, including dinner, bed and breakfast at Bewleys Hotel Leeds.

With 334 rooms, Leeds' largest hotel, Bewleys offers the epitome of affordable chic in this cosmopolitan and vibrant young city. Find stylish department stores and shops and effervescent nightlife just outside the door.

Leeds Hotels Association has a number of great offers at its hotels this spring.

For more information on these offers, and on Leeds hotels visit www.hotelsinleeds.org. For information on events and activities over the coming months visit www.

leedsliveitloveit.co.uk.

All readers booking breaks will also receive some great '2 for 1' discount offers for Yorkshire's Magnificent Attractions (www.

yorkshireattractions.org).

... 2 nights at this stylish Leeds hotel TOMORROW... Win a family activity holiday in Bournemouth HOW TO ENTER...

To have a chance of winning, simply answer the following question: Q: How many rooms does Leeds' largest hotel have? A) 334 B) 234 C) 134 ENTER BY TELEPHONE: Call 0901 229 2417 and follow the instructions BY TEXT: Text CT1 followed by a space and your answer, your name, address and postcode to 84080. …

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