(part of the Malvern Group) has partnered with Universal Pictures and Illumination’s The Grinch to offer one lucky winner the Ultimate Festive Break.

Fans of the classic Dr Seuss tale can not only look forward to seeing The Grinch which is now in cinemas, but also enter a Christmas travel competition like no other.

In collaboration with Universal Pictures and masters of animation, Illumination, has created a prize fabulous enough to turn even the grumpiest of Grinchs into holiday-loving Whos – the chance to stay in a luxury hotel room magically transformed into the Mount Crumpet lair.

Unlike the Grinch, this is for fans who LOVE Christmas. Their prize includes an overnight stay in a one of a kind suite at the 4* The Strand Palace, in the heart of London’s West End, on Thursday 20th December 2018.

The room, decorated in authentic Whoville style, will feature a sleigh bed, snow covered floors, candy cane lighting, and snowflakes falling from the ceiling… the Grinch would hate it!

There will also be lots of extra surprises for the winner too. At the base of a sparkling Christmas tree, our lucky winners will find some very special presents from the mean one himself – who knew he could be so nice!

As part of the experience, the lucky winner will also get tickets to a skating experience at the National History Museum. And the winners need not worry about making their own way there, the Grinch has arranged for them to ride in style as they take off across London in a horse drawn carriage taking in some of the breath-taking light displays along the way.

The winner will then head back to The Strand Palace to cosy up for the night in their matching Grinch PJs to enjoy room service with a special bespoke menu.

The next morning the lucky winner and guest will enjoy breakfast before heading to the cinema to see – what else – The Grinch!

So, for an experience of a lifetime simply enter the competition here by answering this question: ‘What do you love most about Christmas?’.

Competition T&Cs available here – entries closed midnight on 7th December 2018.