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Unique Hideaways

We uncover one-of-a-kind hideaways — those places of refuge where you can leave the world behind and experience something genuinely special.


Unbiased Reviews

Editors travel anonymously and pay their own way — no complimentary trips, no special treatment — in order to publish truly independent reviews on the best travel experiences worldwide.


Expert Curation

Our list of recommended properties is constantly evolving. We remove hotels that fall below our standards, as well as add new, exceptional finds each time we travel.

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We Know the World's Best Hotels

The Hideaway Report recommends smaller, one-of-a-kind luxury properties where travelers can expect a high level of personal service. View all recommended hotels .

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Trending Now: Summer Getaways

As the winter months drag endlessly on, we’re daydreaming about hiking in the mountains, hitting the links, bird-watching in the forest or fly-fishing on the river. Check out our Outdoors page and get inspired to get outside.

Summit to Chalet: Hiking the Maritime Alps

Our writer hikes the Maritime Alps, staying in chalets between hikes. The excursion proves more difficult — but more beautiful — than she expected. Read more...
A hole on the Tara Iti golf course near Mangawhai, New Zealand
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Best New Golf Courses in the World

Here are the 5 best layouts to come on-line in this second golden age of golf course architecture. Read more...
Birdwatching at Mashpi Lodge in Calacali, Ecuador
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13 Exceptional Hotels for Bird-watching

There is no shortage of luxurious retreats located in significant birding spots across the globe. Here are our favorites. Read more...
New Zealand Travel Video
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Video: New Zealand Fly-Fishing Odyssey

Video from our editor-in-chief’s New Zealand fly-fishing trip traversing the North and South Island. Read more...

Hideaway Report Itineraries

Follow in our footsteps: These itineraries stem from our editors’ recent travels, which means that everything recommended within is something that they enjoyed themselves.

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Hideaway Report Guides

Featuring our recommended hideaways — smaller hotels or resorts with a distinctive style and character — along with travel tips from our editors

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