5 Luxury Destinations for 2022

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5 Luxury Destinations for 2022

 
Looking for a luxury holiday but don’t know where to start? You’ve come to the right place. Take a look at our top 5 luxury holiday destinations for 2022 and get some inspiration for your next break. 
 

Dubai

 
 
Known for luxury shopping, architecture, and a lively nightlife scene, Dubai offers the best of everything whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday or looking to explore the corners of the amazing city. Enjoy the sun and sand in one of the many luxury resorts and breathe in the breathtaking views from atop the world’s tallest skyscraper. 
 
Talking about skyscrapers, the Burj Khalifa, is a staggering 828 meters tall, soaring over Dubai. Fun fact: did you know the skyscraper is three times as tall as the Eiffel Tower and nearly twice as tall as the Empire State Building and not to forget end to end, its pieces stretch over a quarter of the way around the world. Amazing! Dubai is also home to the man-made Palm Jumeirah which is the most sought out place to stay when travelling here so be aware even though it’s not the cheapest if you are looking for luxury you will not be disappointed. 
 
 
The Burj Al Arab is the most iconic and has often been described as the world’s first 7* hotel in Dubai. During your stay here a butler will be on hand for all your needs whilst you bathe and relax with luxurious Hermès products. Fun fact, the interiors at the hotel are gilded with 24 carat gold and it is also home to the largest Swarovski crystal ceiling in the world. If that doesn’t tickle your fancy the hotel also has a designated turtle hospital which treats sick and injured sea turtles in collaboration with Dubai’s Wildlife protection office.
 

Seychelles 

With 115 pristine islands, sugar sand beaches, warm turquoise waters with enchanting mountainsides the Seychelles is a place you will go and won’t be disappointed. You will be able to explore the underwater world of turtles, marine fishes, kaleidoscopic coral gardens and undiscovered shipwrecks. It is known as one of the most romantic and luxurious places in the world. If you are like me and can’t sit on the beach for too long, the Seychelles is the perfect place as not only can you relax you can also go island hopping. There are regular ferries, speedboat and helicopter transfers so you can combine at least two or three destinations should you wish. 
 
North Island in the Seychelles is the world’s most exclusive hideaway with only 11 villas overlooking the pristine, powder-white sands and turquoise waters of the Ile Du Nord eco-reserve. Here you will once again be provided with dedicated butlers and private chefs who cater to their guests needs to make the stay as unique as possible. Fun fact, the island is home to a 160-year-old tortoise called Brutus and Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge in 2011 also spent their honeymoon here. 
 
 

Maldives 

 
 
With each resort sitting on its very own island, the Maldives is another luxury holiday destination to visit. When you arrive, there are no long transfers, and you will soon be stepping ashore on your private white-sand beach escaping from reality. You can fill your days by relaxing on the beach, eating endless amounts of luxurious food followed by world-class snorkelling and diving alongside many other water sports followed by some relaxed spa treatments, sunset cruises and picnics on uninhabited islands.
 
 
Nestled between verdant rainforest and white-sand beaches on a private island, overlooking the Indian Ocean, the St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort is one of the most luxurious places to stay in the Maldives. With a private lagoon, iridium spa and outdoor infinity this hotel is home to 33 on-land and 44 over-water villas promises picturesque ocean or garden views from private terraces and pools. 
 

Bali 

 
 
The quiet and relaxing atmosphere in Bali will send you on a spiritual journey. The heart of Bali is housed by dramatic volcanoes and hillside temples alongside many luxurious restaurants and bustling bars and clubs. For those couples looking for a sense of relaxation and peace, you can travel to Ubund, known for its famous landscapes, surrounded by rainforests, and home to many Hindu temples and shrines. One of the most popular surf beaches in Bali is Bingin Beach, it is one of the islands most hidden beaches, encompassing limestone cliffs on the southwestern peninsula. For those couples looking to shop, you won’t be disappointed, Seminyak beach resort is the place to be. With many high-end shops and restaurants alongside lustrous bars and clubs with views of the Indian Ocean shoreline you won’t be disappointed.
 
 
Did you know Bvlgari did hotels? Neither did I! one of the most luxurious hotels to stay in Bali is the Bvlgari Resort. Located in one of the most exclusive destinations in Bali, the hotel offers breath-taking views of the unspoiled nature of Bali beach resorts with sophisticated contemporary design.  Enjoy many of the experiences on offer here from a purifying ceremony to Balinese cooking classes. You won’t be disappointed or spoilt for choice. 
 

Hawaii 

 
 
With world-class beaches, pristine rainforests and scorching volcanoes why wouldn’t you want to travel to Hawaii? With eight different islands, each with their own uniqueness, Hawaii is the perfect destination filled with adventure and luxury no matter where you turn. 
The island of Hawaii is home to the famous Punalu’u Beach also called the black sand beach. The beaches sand is created of basalt and was created by lava flowing into the ocean which explodes because it reaches the ocean and cools.
 
 
Located just nine miles from the island of Maui, Lanai is the smallest and most secluded island of Hawaii and is known for providing its guest with luxury and privacy all in one, making it one of the most expensive islands. To maintain the isolated reputation of Lanai, there are only three hotels on the island.
Which is your favourite? Remember, if you do decide to check out any of these destinations, remember stay safe and follow the Covid guidelines when travelling. Keep an eye on the FCO website for more information. 
 
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