CLOSED: WIN 10 nights of London luxury

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We’ve teamed up with Deep Blue Apartments to offer one lucky winner and a guest the chance to win an incredible ten-night stay in a luxury serviced apartment, with your own ‘Flying Butler’.

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London is one of the top holiday destinations in the world, steeped in history, packed with iconic landmarks, and host city of the hugely successful London 2012 Olympic Games.

With ten nights in this unique, cosmopolitan capital, you will be able to visit many of the city’s highlights, including Buckingham Palace, the London Eye, Madame Tussauds and the Tower of London. You’ll be staying in a luxury apartment, just a short walk from shopping streets and a range of restaurants and bars.

BRITAIN magazine has teamed up with Deep Blue Apartments to bring you all this and more. One lucky winner and guest will enjoy a stay in one of Deep Blue’s newly launched Flying Butler© Apartments. These are high quality, well-priced, exclusive apartments offering boutique-style elegance, spacious living, fully fitted kitchens and an open plan layout – some even have private balconies or gardens.

What makes them unique is that they include a Flying Butler© service, bespoke to each guest’s own requirements. There’s a range of concierge facilities, including transfers to and from any London airport or station, personal meet and greet, tickets for shows, additional housekeeping, a dry cleaning service and grocery deliveries.

During your stay, you’ll have time to immerse yourself in the treasures of the capital’s galleries and museums, browse to your heart’s content in stores such as Selfridges and Harrods, and take in a host of shows in London’s famous West End, while the Flying Butler© caters to your every need.

Whether you’re visiting London for business or pleasure, travellers can benefit from this alternative to expensive hotel accommodation.

Incorporating the flexibility of a hotel, serviced apartments have three times the space, yet are ten to 35 per cent less expensive than equivalent hotel rooms. Deep Blue’s own-brand Flying Butler© Apartments were launched earlier this year.

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