According to a recent survey by, “dry tripping” or taking alcohol-free vacations is on the rise, especially among young people who are increasingly opting for a more mindful and health-conscious approach to travel. This trend is driving a shift in the hospitality industry. Many hotels and resorts around the world are catering to sober-curious travelers. These accommodations are offering alcohol-free beverage options, mocktail-making classes, and even detox-focused amenities.’s survey found that more than 40% of travelers are considering booking a detox trip in the next year. Half are interested in staying at hotels that provide easily accessible alcohol-free beverage options. The top reasons for reducing alcohol consumption while traveling include the desire to stay in control. They also want to feel better emotionally and physically, as well as to focus more on the experiences and less on the drinks.

Resorts Worldwide are Embracing Dry Tripping

To cater to this growing demand, hotels and resorts worldwide are embracing dry tripping. They are offering a variety of alcohol-free options. Somerton Lodge in the UK is a charming dry hotel, while The Rhadana Kuta Bali in Indonesia is a thematic boutique hotel and the first certified halal hotel in Bali. Revival Baltimore has launched a local zero-proof cocktail program by a sober bar manager and mixologist. The Merrion Hotel in Ireland “distills” its nonalcoholic gin.

Ette Hotel in Orlando is home to stunning mocktails devised by a master mixologist and zero-proof bars. In Thailand, the Rosewood Phuket offers a daily mocktail workshop for guests for a fee. Wynn Las Vegas features “Drinking Well,” a zero-proof cocktail program. It is developed by a master mixologist at the resort with innovative ingredients. The list includes reishi mushrooms, lion’s mane, ashwagandha, and maca.

These are just a few examples of the many hotels and resorts worldwide that are embracing dry tripping and catering to sober-curious travelers. As this trend continues to grow, more innovative and exciting alcohol-free options may emerge in the hospitality industry.