Friendliest City in the U.S.: Utah City appeared on the list of the friendliest places in the globe. Recently, Booking.com named a Utah desert community the most hospitable city in the United States.
Booking.com’s Traveler Review Awards ranked Moab, Utah, as the most hospitable American city, number one. According to Booking.com, the recent award acknowledges numerous destinations and their “transportation and lodging partners who surpass expectations in delivering extraordinary experiences for guests.” “Beyond-average numbers of properties in these locations have received rave reviews for their warm hospitality.”
There are mesa landforms, sandstone arches, and red rock formations in Utah’s arid oasis, according to Booking.com.
Arches and Canyonlands national parks, as well as the Colorado River, offer visitors the opportunity to traverse the environment by foot, kayak, paddleboard, or canoe while exploring the rock formations. Horseback riding and mountain bicycling are additional activities.
Travelers seeking a place to unwind following a day of exploration may visit the town and dine at any of its numerous boutiques and restaurants. Fine dining establishments, bakeries, breweries, and taco carts are all available to visitors.
Moab is known for its hospitable reputation as well as its dark skies.
Asheville, Asheville, Bar Harbor, and Leavenworth round out the top ten friendliest communities in the US.
Globally, Uzès, Mazatlán, Jaisalmer, and Fujikawaguchiko are the most hospitable US municipalities, following Switzerland’s Grindelwald and Brazil’s Arraial d’Ajuda.