Sometimes, a single element -- a spa, a beach, a service -- can elevate a hotel from excellent to unforgettable. Here are the best amenities of last year.
Certain hotels that we visit over the course of the year deserve special recognition. The Best in Class winners all excelled in particular ways worthy of note.
In spite of everything, we managed to have quite a range of remarkable travel experiences in the last year. Here are the five we savored the most.
The most important part of a travel experience is the people. The following exceptional individuals rose to the occasion, making our trips all the more special.
Wine and spirits tastings rank among our favorite activities when we travel. From Texas to Tuscany, here are our most memorable experiences of 2021.
In 2021, we were fortunate to experience numerous superlative meals in North America and Europe. Here are our nine Restaurants of the Year.
it is often the recollection of a particular moment that later provides meaning to a trip. Here are the memories that have stayed with us from the past year.
Last year, we made numerous discoveries in the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, Italy, France, Portugal and East Africa. Here are our hotels of the year.
Enjoy our editor's video from Castello di Reschio in Umbria and Belmond Castello di Casole, Il Borro, Castello di Velona and Borgo San Felice in Tuscany.
Our editors go to great lengths to take photos to accompany their stories. In 2021 they took thousands that captured their journeys. Here are a few of the best.
Novelty has its own appeal, but certain destinations, like Italy and France, become classics for a reason: They are inexpressibly wonderful.
The 20 stone cottages of Corsica's exquisite Domaine de Murtoli are now augmented by the new Hotel de la Ferme, with nine rooms and suites.
Our editor's favorite hotels on his latest trip are strung together into a sensational two-week journey encompassing some of the best of Tuscany and Umbria.
Our editor re-reviews three of our lowest-rated hotel suggestions in Tuscany to determine if they could compete with more recent openings. One made the cut.
In Tuscany, our editor decides to seek out enotecas with Enomatics, which are ideal for tasting a lot of wine without investing a lot of time and money.
Keswick Hall, a Harper-favorite hotel in Virginia, has been reinvented. It now has 80 accommodations and a new restaurant by chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
After a stay at Le Grand Contrôle hotel in Versailles, our editor travels to the south of France, where he stays at The Maybourne Riviera and Villa Saint-Ange.
The dining scene in the south of France is thriving once again. Here are five of the best new restaurants, where menus highlight local ingredients.
As we compiled the 2022 Editors' Choice Awards, we took great pleasure in reminiscing about our stays at previous Hideaways of the Year.
A highlight of any trip to Tuscany is its food: the wild boar and Chianina beef, fresh seafood and pastas. Here are six restaurants where we ate well.
The vineyards, olive groves, cypress trees, old farmhouses and ancient hill towns of Italy are as intoxicating as ever. These hotels are nice new additions.
Our editor decided to limit his explorations to some of Tuscany’s best wineries with biodynamically farmed vineyards. The tastings were thoroughly delicious.
Several Harper-recommended hotels in Colorado provide exceptional guided fly-fishing beside rushing mountain streams, surrounded by epic mountain scenery.
This itinerary will take visitors from the wild country around Dolores and Telluride to the Old West town of Crested Butte and, finally, to Colorado Springs.
The brand-new Aqua Nera ship hosted a four-day itinerary along the Peruvian Amazon. This solo vacation proved both relaxing and rewarding for our staffer.
The Valverde Hotel in Lisbon has reopened after a three-year expansion. Two buildings were merged with the original townhouse to create a total of 43 rooms.
Versailles has emerged as a seriously good food town. Here are six restaurants we recommend there, including the extraordinary new Alain Ducasse venture.
With the opening of the 14-room Airelles Château de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle, Versailles finally has a hotel of tremendous charm and luxurious comfort.
This issue covers a lot of ground: from the epic grandeur of Telluride and the sumptuousness of Versailles to swanky Palm Beach and New York's hip TWA Hotel.
Even if Palm Beach's restaurant scene is not the most cutting edge, there are a number of places where visitors can eat well. Here are a few favorites.