THIS COMPETITION IS CLOSED.
We've teamed up with The Plum Guide so you can stay in your pick of the world's most incredible homes. Here's how.
Ever dreamed of living in Paris, a stone's throw from Simone de Beauvoir's old lodgings? Fancy updating your Uber home address to something ritzier (and more central) than your income allows?
We've teamed up with homestay connoisseur The Plum Guide to make your daydream a reality. (Note: its curated collection of the world's best holiday homes and short-term lets have caused us to consider relocating on more than one occasion.)
Simply enter our competition for your chance to win a stay in a Plum Guide home worth up to £1,000. With homes in London, Paris, New York, Los Angeles, Rome, Milan, Barcelona, Madrid, Lisbon, Berlin, Copenhagen and Tel Aviv, the world really is your oyster.
How you choose to spend your winnings is up to you. Blow the lot in one hedonic night in Cloud 9 (how apt), an open-plan, plant-filled loft in Midtown, New York. Gather the gang for a long weekend in Rome where Neptune's Eye sleeps 15 and boasts views of Piazza Navona (and the must-visit, 80s-style parlour, Gelateria della Palma - hint, hint). Alternatively, stretch your winnings and spend 10 nights in Copenhagen's Emerald Scallop, in which a golden splashback and scalloped sink will make you feel as if you've stumbled into a well-curated Pinterest board.
Whether you choose a reclusive retreat, a house filled with friends or a sophisticated staycation with you and a plus one, you'll be certain to stay somewhere that feels like a luxuriant home away from home.
The time is ripe (sorry) to take your pick of The Plum Guide. To enter, follow the link below, pop in your email address and cross your fingers.
Full terms and conditions here.
While you wait for the competition results, The Plum Guide is offering all SUITCASE readers £50 off their next booking using the code: suitcaseXplumguide
The Plum Guide presents its critics' picks of the world's most swoon-worthy stays.
Solving the lack of quality control in the home-rental space, The Plum Guide ditches flawed user reviews and, instead, sorts and scours hundreds of thousands of vacation homes, only inviting roughly one in every 100 tested homes to join its elite inventory.
The internet is awash with millions of places to stay, and millions of opinions, and yet no one seems to really know what they are booking. The Plum Guide's home critics visit every great home in every great location in person, holding even the most minute detail to the highest standards - all to make sure that you get the pick of the world's most remarkable homes.