ActivityBucket list holidays to book in 2022

Discover dream destinations for a trip of a lifetime, from Jumeirah Maldives to The Carlton Tower Jumeirah

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Whether you’re interested in arts and culture or craving an adventure, it’s time to pack your bags and enjoy a trip of a lifetime. We take a look at 2022’s bucket list holidays to book in 2022.

 

Escape to paradise in the Maldives

Indulge your fantasies of being castaway on a tropical island while enjoying all the comfort and convenience of a luxury hotel at Jumeirah Maldives Olhahali Island in the Maldives in the Indian Ocean. Sitting pretty in the North Malé Atoll, the sunkissed resort has a range of beachfront and overwater villas. Views of white-sand beaches and the turquoise shallows that stretch into the distance continue at the resort’s waterfront restaurants, private terraces and the raised yoga platform of the wellness centre, which all adds to the serene atmosphere of this slice of paradise.

Aerial view of Jumeirah Maldives Olhahali Island

 

Discover London’s world-class cultural attractions

For an escape that’s as inspiring as it is entertaining, explore the city’s galleries, museums and performance spaces while staying at The Carlton Tower Jumeirah. Situated in the heart of Knightsbridge, the hotel is a short stroll from Sloane Square and the boundary-pushing Saatchi Gallery, which has a permanent collection featuring the likes of Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol.

Meanwhile, the nearby concert venues of Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall boast programmes that run from jazz and classical music performances to world-class ballet recitals. By day you can explore the grand buildings that line South Kensington’s main thoroughfare such as the Natural History Museum, V&A and Science Museum, while at night the theatre and cabaret venues in the city’s West End await.

Marvel at Dubai’s mesmerising skyline

For the ultimate old-meets-new experience, visit Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Guests at Burj al Arab can explore the resort’s man-made beach and infinity pool terrace as well as one of the world’s tallest atriums, which stands at 180 metres high.

Enjoy views of the city’s skyscrapers before stepping back in time with a visit to Souk Madinat Jumeirah. With its wind towers, archways and lanterns, the atmospheric market centres around a series of serene waterways. The area has a range of properties, from the luxurious Jumeirah Al Qasr that’s inspired by sheikhs’ summer residences to the beachside escapes Jumeirah Mina A’Salam and Jumeirah Al Naseem.

Infinity pool at Burj Al Arab

 

Embark on an outdoor adventure in Oman

The next holiday for active travellers will soon be found in Oman, where there’s never a moment. The Gulf state’s natural attractions provide a playground for outdoor enthusiasts. With Jumeirah Muscat Bay coming soon to Oman, you’ll have a varied landscape on your doorstep – from the coral reefs and marine life of the Daymaniyat archipelago off the coast of Muscat to the sand dunes of the Empty Quarter.

You will be able to gaze up at cliffs and gorges as you cruise around the Musandam Peninsula in the north to get a sense of why this area is referred to as the ‘Norway of the Middle East’. It is also the perfect spot to travel inland to discover natural plunge pools and waterfalls while hiking in the Al Hajar Mountains.

Relax on the Italian island of Capri

When it’s time for some serious rest and rejuvenation, the island of Capri off the coast of Naples certainly delivers. Start your day with a treatment at Jumeirah Capri Palace’s Capri Medical Spa, then head to Il Riccio Beach Club. Perched just above the Blue Grotto sea cave, it’s the perfect place to enjoy sundowners to a DJ’s relaxing soundtrack.

You can also enjoy a memorable meal at the two Michelin-starred L’Olivo that’s helmed by executive chef Andrea Migliaccio – who credits his grandmother’s recipes as his culinary inspiration – or at our seafood restaurant, Il Riccio. The waterside location of many of the hotel’s restaurants mean you are never far from views of the Mediterranean.

Outdoor seating at Il Riccio Beach Club at Jumeirah Capri Palace

 

Get back to nature on the island of Mallorca

Stay at the clifftop retreat of Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa and you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore the largest of the Mediterranean’s Balearic islands – whether you want to hike mountain ranges or take it easy on a scenic cruise.

Explore the cycling routes and hiking trails that crisscross the rugged terrain and you’ll find yourself passing orange trees, olive groves and family-run wineries. Board a boat at Port de Sóller and gaze at the island’s Tramuntana peaks from the water and look out for turtles and migrating whales around the island of Cabrera off Mallorca’s southern coast.


Treat yourself to the ultimate getaway and book your next holiday with Jumeirah.