6 Luxury Travel Trends That Will Be Huge in 2023

6 Luxury Travel Trends That Will Be Huge in 2023

In case you hadn't noticed, travel is back.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

The Rise of Solo Travel

The appeal of traveling alone has never been stronger for affluent adults.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

The Rise of Solo Travel

Lankanfushi in the Maldives or a regenerative weekend of yoga, sound baths, hydro therapies, spa treatments, and more at Shou Sugi Ban House in the Hamptons.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Japan, Italy, and Other Trending Destinations

"Japan!” says Jack Ezon, founder and managing partner at New York-based Embark Beyond, when he considers 2023’s hottest destinations.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Japan, Italy, and Other Trending Destinations

Ezon also names Montenegro back on the hot list, thanks to the new One&Only Portonovi drawing eyes (and yachts) to this corner of the Med.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Embracing the Off Season

Luxury travel surged to well-loved locations like the Amalfi Coast and Greece after the pandemic travel pause, pushing demand into the shoulder seasons like never before. 

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Embracing the Off Season

Hotels responded by opening earlier in the spring and frequently welcoming guests all the way up until Christmas—a move that seems to be stickin

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Private Yachts Seas the Day

Although owning a boat has always been a sign of luxury travel, even for a short period of time, the world of private yacht excursions has never been more inventive—or alluring.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Private Yachts Seas the Day

For those who prefer their adventure in a glass, Belmond will debut Coquelicot, A Belmond Boat, Champagne in May 2023.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Traveling to Gather

While solo travel is on the rise, especially among people over 65, inventive trips for groups are in high demand at a variety of premium locations,

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Traveling to Gather

especially among younger travelers (according to Virtuoso, solo travel interest among the 18-34 set dropped from 12 percent in 2019 to 6 percent in 2022).

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Art Is the New Food

Travel centered around art is poised to replace culinary travel as a leading luxury travel trend, says Jack Ezon, 

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Art Is the New Food

who points to Arles, Berlin, Havana, Paris, Milan, Miami, Mexico City, Marfa, Cape Town, and Marrakech as top destinations.

White Scribbled Underline
Arrow

Read More

10 World’s Most Visited Countries

27 Most Beautiful Beaches Worth Visiting

16 Best Exotic Destinations to Visit in 2023