Analyzing factors such as the number of luxury amenities, fine dining options, and high-end shopping opportunities Compare My Jet has revealed the top luxury destinations.
From Michelin-star restaurants and top shopping destinations, to opulent parties and high-end hotels, bon vivants are people defined by a life full of excitement and adventure. But where are these lovers of the finer things traveling to enjoy extravagance in 2022?
Compare My Jet has analysed the number of luxury hotels, restaurants and designer shops in 23 cities across the world to discover the best destination for luxury jet setters.
- London, New York and Paris were named as the top three luxury cities in the world.
- New York has the biggest number of Michelin star restaurants in the world (480).
- Taipei was revealed as the least luxurious city with the lowest score for its fashion landscape (60) and art, design and culture (58).
London is the best city for luxury lovers with 374 five-star hotels
London is an attractive destination for bon vivants in 2022. The UK’s capital has topped the list for highest number of five-star hotels (374) and came second in regards to the number of luxury venues (628).
The French capital, Paris, has scored top marks for fashion (96), art & culture (94) Michelin star restaurants (480), and surpassed London in terms of total number of luxurious spots (630).
New York came second with the most expensive cost of renting one- and three-bedroom apartments (£2,401 and £4,845 respectively). The city is also a paradise for luxury foodies with 480 Michelin Star restaurants.
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