To celebrate the exhibition 'Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined', the Royal Academy of Arts has teamed up with Cathay Pacific and the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel to offer Time Out readers the chance to win a luxury break for two to Beijing, China, the home city of architect Li Xiaodong, whose work features in the exhibition. The prize includes two return economy flights from London Heathrow to Beijing, flying with Cathay Pacific and six nights' accommodation with breakfast in the Ambassador Suite at the Four Seasons Hotel Beijing, complete with Executive Club Access, plus the official exhibition catalogue from 'Sensing Spaces'.
The five star Four Seasons Hotel is located in the Liangma area of the Central Business District placing it in close proximity to the Great Wall and the city's many attractions; the perfect location from which to connect to the prestige and vitality of this compelling capital city. Their Executive Club includes services such as a high-speed internet connection and access to the Executive Club Lounge on the 26th floor of the hotel, which hosts daily afternoon teas, cocktail happy hours and more.
Flying with Cathay Pacific means being indulged by Asian hospitality, authentic cuisine and onboard oriental touches; you'll feel like your holiday has begun before you’ve even taken off.
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