The Maldives 2022 bucketlist destinations
After two years of border closures, holiday cancellations, and travel restrictions, 2022 is the year of hope for getting back out there, experiencing your favorite Maldives resorts and crossing new ones off your bucket lists.
Despite the fact that the pandemic had a significant impact on the hospitality industry, many hotels took advantage of the forced downtime to renovate rooms, add new amenities and expand outdoor spaces to provide even more when returning guests, even some new hotels are being built and will open in 2022.
The new Joali Being nature retreat, for example, takes guests on a transformative wellness journey. The Alila Kothaifaru Maldives will open in February with 80 beach and overwater villas on the Raa Atoll. Emerald Faarufushi Resort & Spa, with 80 luxury villas, will open in May on the same atoll, on a massive lagoon primed for snorkeling. Soneva Fushi, the ever-innovative resort, has a new experience that includes zip-lining to a six-course meal 30 feet above the sand. Soneva Soul, a new spa complex that combines ancient and modern techniques, debuted alongside Soneva Jani. Other vacation hotspots are getting new digs, such as the sleek, contemporary renovation of Naladhu Private Island and the Conrad Maldives Rangali Island, Hilton Maldives Amingiri Resort & Spa, Six Senses Kanuhura, Nova Maldives, Oblu Select Lobigili, OBLU Xperience Ailafushi are set to open in 2022.
Whatever type of getaway you’ve been dreaming about, the Maldives archipelagos, nestled like a string of turquoise pearls in the Indian Ocean, offer 166 accommodation options in the tropical paradise for you to get back out there and make it a reality. This is the year to visit the Maldives and make your dream vacation a reality.