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Stralauer Allee 2C
Berlin
Germany

Contest Conditions

Competition Rules

This contest allows users to enter to win a two-night stay at the The Ludlow Hotel in New York. Entrants participate by signing up with their Email address on the dedicated landing page www.designhotels.cc/newyork-experience. The prize is not transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash. The contest starts on June 16, 2015 and people can sign up until June 30, 2015. One winner will be announced within 10 days after the contest has ended.

1.     The competition is organized by Design Hotels AG, Stralauer Allee 2c, 10245 Berlin.

2.     The deadline to participate in the competition is June 30, 2015. The organizer reserves the right to cancel the competition at any time without stating any reason.

3.     Anybody at the age of 18 is eligible to participate. Participation is excluded for employees and freelancers working for Design Hotels AG. No purchase necessary to enter or win this contest.

4.     Participation will take place by registering on the dedicated RSVP page www.designhotels.cc/newyork-experience. It is mandatory
to provide Email address of the participant and to register to the Design Hotels™ Community.

4.     The costs of traveling to the hotel are not included and must be paid by the winner(s).

6.     LOT: The winner will be determined latest by July 10, 2015 by lot. 

7.     The winner will be informed by email about their prize and has to confirm acceptance of the price within seven days and provide a postal address. The prize will then be sent by Email / post. If a delivery is not possible, e.g. because a false address was provided or if the winner does not react within 7 days after the information about the prize, the prize will be forfeited and may be allocated alternatively.

7.     The competition is subject to German law. Any recourse to courts is excluded.