Two lucky winners will get to experience the ultimate North Carolina getaway and explore all that Durham, the Triangle, and Duke University’s AAA Four Diamond hotels have to offer.

The first winner will receive a two-night stay for two with deluxe accommodations at Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club, along with breakfast each morning, and lunch and dinner in the award-winning Fairview Dining Room.

The second winner will receive a two-night stay for two in superior accommodations at JB Duke Hotel, along with breakfast each morning, lunch in MarketPlace, and dinner in MarketPlace or Lobby Lounge.

 

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Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club is located on the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Nestled on 300 acres filled with tall pines and hardwoods, the Inn — named one of the Top 15 Best Hotels in North Carolina by U.S. News and awarded Honorable Mention in ConventionSouth magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards — is known for its beautiful facility and grounds, 271 elegantly appointed guest rooms and suites, marvelous cuisine in the Fairview Dining Room — winner of the AAA Four Diamond Restaurant Award and Wine Spectator’s Award of Excellence — the Bull Durham Bar, the Robert Trent Jones-designed 18-hole championship Duke University golf course, and its convenience to local points of interest. It is set apart from other area hotels and conference centers by unparalleled service, a gracious staff, luxurious interiors, and attention to detail.

 

The JB Duke Hotel is a AAA Four Diamond contemporary hotel located on the campus of Duke University, conveniently located near both athletic and academic facilities. The property features 198 guestrooms and 25,000 square feet of meeting and event space — winner of ConventionSouth magazine’s Readers’ Choice Award — and is home to a full-service restaurant, MarketPlace, and two bars, all connected by a stately, two-story glass corridor. Light-filled spaces abound throughout the hotel, offering views of the surrounding Duke Forest, landscaped courtyards, terraces, and plazas, connecting guests with the outdoors. Local decor and furnishings invoke a sense of craftsmanship important to the history and community of North Carolina.

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