Win a Trip Around the World with Radisson Blu’s Paper Town Game

a white city with trees and buildings

Radisson has a fun new game going on through October 12, 2016 called “Paper City”, where a winner will walk away with a pretty phenomenal prize – a whirlwind round the world trip for two.

The winner gets to choose up to five destinations to visit around the globe where there are Radisson Blu hotels & resorts, and round trip coach airfare is included. Here’s a link to the Radisson Blu location list for reference. Fiji, far-flung Tunisia, Stockholm, London…there are so many to choose from!

Screen shot from Radisson Blu's website of the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island
Screen shot from Radisson Blu’s website of the Radisson Blu Resort Fiji Denarau Island

An e-certificate will be given to the winner for up to thirty nights at any of the Radisson Blu properties, and can be split up however the winner wants ie. 15 nights in the first city, 2 nights in the second, etc. The trip must be completed by December 31, 2017.

The Paper City game incorporates real life Radisson Blu locations, and was created over the course of 750 hours by six artists using real paper before it was transformed into a 3-D interactive game.

Here’s a look behind the scenes at the making of the game –

Here’s how to enter the contest:

Step 1 – Play their online Paper City game.

The contest is open to folks in most countries so there are separate sites offering local languages. Here are the choices and links –


There are five hidden destinations, and as you move along in the game several clues are given about the location. The destinations are pretty easy to guess once you’ve had a clue or two. Once you are ready to answer, you can type in your guess, select the matching location that drops down, submit and move on to the next destination if it is correct.

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Step 2 – Once you have submitted all five destinations correctly, you’ll be taken to a page where you enter an essay.

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You get a minimum of 250 characters and a maximum of 1200 characters to “describe a city you’d love to visit and why” (unless you are entering in Chinese, in which case you get a minimum of 150 and maximum of 500).

Essays must be submitted in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, German, French, Russian or Chinese.

Step 3 – After completing the essay, you must fill out the Registration Information, including name, country of residence, and email address. Birthdate and acceptance of the sponsor’s newsletter are optional.

Step 4 – Click the “I accept” button on the website, accepting the official rules.

You can enter once per day, as long as your essay each time is unique.

Here’s a link to the official rules.

Good luck!


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