Sure, summer city breaks are great but there’s nothing quite like the magic of Europe in winter. Crisp, cold air, open air markets and the distinct possibility of snow combine to make Europe’s cities unforgettable when winter rolls around. Which is why we’ve teamed up with boutique hotel Le Pavilion de Lettres and Eurostar to offer one Gentleman’s Journal reader the chance to win a two-night stay for two in Paris this season.
Located in the 8th arrondissement, just a stone’s throw from the famed Rue Faubourg Saint Honoré, the elegant 26-room hotel couldn’t be better placed for a weekend of shopping and fine dining in France’s capital city. Designed by the internationally-renowned Didier Benderli, and inspired by literature from the likes of Virginia Woolf, Franz Kafka and Leo Tolstoy, each of the rooms and suites comes complete with Codage amenities, free WiFi and a host of high-tech entertainment devices to keep you entertained while you tuck into the 24-hour room service.
Elsewhere, the hotel also boasts an honesty bar with cosy lounge area, library and a terrace with beautiful views over the city. Should you wish to venture beyond the confines of the hotel, Le Pavilion des Lettres also offers complimentary bicycle rental, ideal for exploring nearby landmarks including the Champs Elysees, Eiffel Tower and Grand Palais – and, of course, the winter markets that pop-up around the city.
So what’s included? One winner will receive a two-night stay for two people at Le Pavilion des Lettres, including breakfast, on the date of their choosing (subject to availability) along with return Eurostar tickets from St Pancras to Gare-du-Nord. Simply fill out the form below to enter – good luck!
Terms and conditions
- Travel dates will be of the winner’s choosing and may include weekends
- Travel dates will be subject to availability of both Le Pavilion des Lettres and Eurostar
- Competition closes 21/11/2019
- Full terms and conditions here
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