Where are the best places to travel in 2022? That’s the question Vogue posed to a set of hospitality experts, and their answers are quite literally all over the place.
Some are classic destinations that have buzzy new hotel openings, others are emerging areas on the cusp of becoming trending tourist attractions.
“Merida, Mexico still manages to fly under the radar, despite its proximity to incredible Mayan ruins and neon-blue cenotes.
Plus, it has a unique culinary scene that runs the gamut from perfectly fried street cart churros to Haute takes on traditional dishes by chefs like Pedro Evia, whose restaurant Kuuk is a critical darling.
Look around for some excellent lodging options, including rooms in sprawling historic haciendas and sleek little city apartments.”
-Laura Motta, Senior Director of Content at Lonely Planet