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Once: Win a romantic weekend away this Valentine's Day

Charlie23 Avatar
7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago / ended 31 Jan 0931 January 2009
Romantic weekend away
How do you choose between Valentine's Day in the capital or spending it by the sea? Now, thanks to Umi Hotels in London and Brighton, one lucky winner will need to make that choice when they whisk their sweetheart away for a romantic weekend this February 14.

The prize, worth over £300, includes 2 nights in an executive double room with chocolates, rose petals and a bottle of champagne upon arrival, with breakfast served until midday so you won't need to drag yourselves out of bed too early!

Umi, with hotels in London's Notting Hill and on Brighton's famous seafront, has more to offer than just its unusual name as it bridges the gulf between Britain's budget and luxury hotels (the name, appropriately, means 'sea' in Japanese). Instead, Umi has created a hotel brand that stands for fantastic customer service and facilities include 24 hour reception, concierge and bar.

The Yumi coffee shop serves fair-trade teas and world land trust approved Puro Coffee - every kilo of Puro espresso sold sees money given to buy and protect rainforest in South America - along with gourmet sandwiches, homemade pastries and breakfasts.

It's hard not to be impressed with the location of both the Umi Hotels. Umi in Brighton is right on the world famous seafront, just a short walk from the station, whilst Umi in London is close to Bayswater on the Underground or a short taxi ride from Paddington mainline train station.

To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the below question

Where are the two Umi Hotels located?

London and Brighton
Edinburgh and Torquay
Cardiff and Skegness

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Charlie23 Avatar
7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago / ended 31 Jan 0931 January 2009

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