Planning Travel to Europe This Summer? Explore the Buzziest New Hotels

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Planning some European travel this summer? It’s finally about time: after COVID-era restrictions, lockdowns, and quarantines made traveling to and from the continent quite difficult, visitors are welcome back again in 2022. Following suit? A slew of stylish hotels that will open (or have just opened) in popular destinations from […]

Planning some European travel this summer? It’s finally about time: after COVID-era restrictions, lockdowns, and quarantines made traveling to and from the continent quite difficult, visitors are welcome back again in 2022.

Following suit? A slew of stylish hotels that will open (or have just opened) in popular destinations from the city to the coast. Just in time for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee is the opening of The Twenty Two in London’s Grosvenor Square. In Capri, the owners of the iconic Hotel du Cap are bringing their signature luxurious style to the Italian isle. Foodies should look no further than the Maybourne Riviera with its three upscale culinary concepts, while those who are looking to enjoy the contradictory concepts of parties and peace will find them both at the Standard Ibiza or Cali Mykonos.

Below, the new European hotels Vogue is keeping an eye on.

By Richard Haughton

From the same parent company as London’s iconic Claridge’s comes Maybourne Riviera, a Côte d’Azur hotel with sprawling views of the Mediterranean as well as three countries: Monaco, France, and Italy. For dinner, take your pick between three world-class restaurants (one is by Mauro Colagreco of best-restaurant-in-the-world Mirazur, another by Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and a third by sushi chef Hiro Sato). And when you’re not dining, simply take in your surroundings: Several interior designers, including Pierre Yovanovitch, contributed to its interiors.

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