Solo travel is having a moment – according to a recent survey conducted by Travel + Leisure, 54 percent of female respondents and 63 percent of male respondents say they’re planning solo getaways this year. Unlike traveling with a partner or in a group, solo travel can open you up to unique experiences, unexpected connections with locals and fellow travelers, and opportunities for deep self-reflection. Solo travel also allows you to mold an itinerary completely suited to your interests and needs.

A critical element of solo travel is picking the right place to stay. If you’re considering a solo trip soon, here are some favorite luxe destinations for solo travelers:

Six Senses Uluwatu – Bali, Indonesia

In the lush, tropical climate of Bali, Indonesia, you’ll find Six Senses Uluwatu, a luxurious property perched atop beachside cliffs next to the Pura Uluwatu, a sacred Hindu temple considered one of the island’s core spiritual destinations. The perfect place to unwind, Six Senses Uluwatu offers beautiful suites and villas with endless ocean views, a luxurious spa highlighting traditional Balinese wellness treatments, and a farm-to-table food & beverage program offering an eclectic range of cuisines. The property also provides guests opportunities to experience Bali’s colorful culture, whether it’s via Balinese cooking classes or guided tours to the local attractions, including Uluwatu Temple, captivating kecak and fire dance performances, and the local market. If you’re feeling adventurous, take a day trip to the Ubud hillside, where you’ll comingle with local craftsmen and writers in Bali’s artist community.

Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc – Cannes, France

If the French Riviera breeze is more your speed, Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc is the ultimate luxe destination for solo travelers during the warmer summer months. This iconic property was founded in 1870 and has been the retreat of choice for some big names throughout history, including Picasso and Scott Fitzgerald. At Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc, old glamour lives on in perpetuity – evident in the property’s 111 opulently furnished suites, fragrant gardens, exemplary culinary program, and iconic Dior Spa Eden-Roc. Solo travelers can indulge in the hotel’s morning yoga sessions in the gardens facing the sea or socialize with other guests by participating in a tasting menu or wine pairing.

Hotel Maria Cristina – San Sebastian, Spain

In the seaside town of San Sebastian, Spain is Hotel Maria Cristina, a true gem boasting ocean and river views. Designed by famed architect Charles Mewes in 1912, this Belle Epoque-inspired property was the favored accommodation for royalty and aristocrats – and the perfect luxe destination for a solo traveler. Enjoy afternoon tea or a pre-dinner cocktail and traditional Basque pintxos at Dry Bar, the hotel’s sophisticated dining space, or stroll through the streets of San Sebastian. Lined with family-owned boutiques, there is no shortage of handmade goods and souvenirs here. If you’re up for some adventure and history, hike up to Castillo de la Mota, a medieval fortress and prized national monument in Medina del Campo.

Amangiri – Utah, USA

If you prefer to travel stateside, look no further than Amangiri, a unique property nestled in Utah. The epitome of understated elegance, Amangiri is a tribute to the stunning wilderness of Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park. Truly a once-in-a-lifetime destination for solo travelers who wish to rest and relax in nature, Amangiri offers spacious suites or Camp Sarika, the property’s unique interpretation of the traditional safari lodge. To help their guests unwind, the Amangiri Spa outdoes itself with state-of-the-art steam rooms, cold plunge, and wellness treatments. The hotel concierge goes the extra mile by developing a custom itinerary for each guest, which can include private air tours or guided hikes at The Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, or Bryce Canyon.