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The Chatwal Acquires a Rustic Sibling in the Catskills

Our recommended hotel on West 44th Street in Manhattan, The Chatwal, will acquire a rustic sibling in the Catskills called The Chatwal Lodge, opening in April.

20 Holiday Gifts for Foodies

Holiday meals in far-flung places may be few this year, but you can still send your friends and family authentic tastes from around the world.

Just Back From … Pinehurst

Andrew Harper's president reports back from Pinehurst, the historic golf resort in North Carolina. A few things have changed but much is gloriously the same.

Montage Comes to Sonoma

Surrounded by 258 acres of vineyards and oak tree groves, Montage Healdsburg, a new 130-room property, will open near Healdsburg Plaza in Sonoma.

The Maker Opens in Hudson, New York

Hudson, New York, is suddenly and unexpectedly fashionable. The Maker, a stylish new boutique hotel there, is the logical continuation of that trend.

Making Plans With a Travel Advisor

In these uncertain times, a travel advisor is more important than ever. The staff at Andrew Harper Travel is ready to offer invaluable service and support.

Discovering the Shakers

With few visitors alongside him at Hancock Shaker Village, our editor discovers the innocence and idealism of a group dedicated to craftsmanship and equality.

Our Top U.S. Food & Wine Resorts

Here are our top 12 properties in the United States where guests can savor gourmet cuisine and then head back to supremely comfortable accommodations.

Le Bristol Paris Reopens

One of the world's most urbane and stylish hotels, Le Bristol Paris has reopened after a six-month closure that facilitated renovations to its rooms and suites.

Ask Harper Anything: Expert Advice From Our Editor

Our members regularly have questions about travel. Here, we assembled some of the most recent queries and had our editor-in-chief weigh in with advice.

A Relaxing Road Trip From New York

Our editor hits the open road for a tour of the rural Northeast. He visits hotels in the Litchfield Hills, the Berkshires, the Hudson Valley and the Catskills.

Northeast Road Trip: Sights Along the Way

Here are a few of the places we explored on our road trip through the Litchfield Hills, the Berkshires, the Hudson Valley and the Catskills.

Where We Can Travel Now: 25 Destinations Open to Americans

Andrew Harper members want to know where they can travel now. Here are 25 destinations open to travelers from the United States.

Favorite Hikes in Grand Teton National Park

Lake-studded Grand Teton National Park offers magnificently scenic hiking opportunities. Fortunately, even on the busiest days, it’s possible to avoid crowds.

Tetons Wildlife Safari

A lesson on beaver dams, the importance of wolves and a bear sighting: A wildlife safari in Grand Teton National Park proves to be an exciting excursion.

Tasting the Best of Bordeaux

Bordeaux offers profoundly pleasurable wines and châteaux staffed by friendly people. Here are our Wine Concierge's favorite discoveries from the region.

We’re Longing to Return to... Bordeaux

Picturesque vineyard-blanketed countryside and a world-class city at its heart: Bordeaux has plenty to offer, including these five recommended hotels.

Bordeaux’s Best Wine Bars

Wine bars have distinct advantages over wineries. It’s never necessary to take a tour, and you can compare wines from various producers side by side.

Loire Valley Hotel Debut

Les Sources de Cheverny opened in September. It promises to be a fine addition to an already impressive selection of château hotels in the Loire Valley.

Outdoor Dining in Jackson, Wyoming

Jackson, Wyoming, tends to be an expensive place to dine. The restaurants' atmospheres are appealing, and the people-watching is divine.

Wyoming's Surprising Art Destination

Just outside the small city of Jackson, Wyoming, is a gem of a museum with a scenic setting, a fine restaurant and a thoroughly diverting collection.

Hotel Discoveries in Dramatic Jackson Hole

Even during high season, Jackson Hole is magnificent. Our editor reviewed two hotels: one in the city of Jackson and one in the ski resort of Teton Village.

Park City Hideaways

The wide-open spaces and scenic grandeur of the West beckoned. Our editor traveled to Utah to investigate two properties, one in Park City and one just outside.

Alfresco Dining at Park City Restaurants

On this trip to Park City, our editor visited three restaurants, where he ate outdoors. Each was within easy distance of downtown.

Two Memorable Park City Hikes

The dramatic topography around Park City makes it ideal for hiking. Our editor set out on two trails and was rewarded with glorious views and a gourmet picnic.

Ask Harper Anything

Questions about traveling? Now you can "Ask Harper Anything," and our editor-in-chief will respond. Reach out via Instagram or email.

Little Dix Bay Reborn

Three years after Hurricane Irma, Rosewood Little Dix Bay, in the British Virgin Islands, has reopened, fully restored to its former splendor.

D.C.'s Dupont Circle Hotel Gets a Revamp

Washington, D.C.'s Dupont Circle Hotel has been completely reinvented. The 312-room property has been reconfigured, and a modern bar-lounge added.

Where Members Are Booking Now: Fall 2020

Andrew Harper members are ready to get out there and travel. Here are the hotels they've been booking through our Travel Office.

Must-See Roman Sites in Gard, France

The visual and cultural imprint of Rome is omnipresent in Gard. Besides Arènes de Nîmes and the Musée de la Romanité, here are four other sites worth seeing.

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