Hotels now contain some of the best restaurants in the world. Of the many we tried, here are five of our favorite hotel restaurants from 2019.
In 2019, Hideaway Report editors traveled over 150,000 miles and discovered a number of sophisticated hideaways. Here are their favorites.
Floridian cooking reflects the state's Southern heritage, as well as its Latin American and Caribbean influences. Here are 20 restaurants we recommend.
Beyond the beach blanket and amusement park crowds, the Sunshine State has several new small hotels and restaurants of real character.
The best way to discover art deco Miami is with a two-hour walking tour by Art Deco Tours. It's a great way to learn about the town and its architecture.
With collections dedicated to Louis Comfort Tiffany and art from ancient cultures and the African diaspora, these five museums in Florida are worth exploring.
Our writer began this Florida trip in Amelia Island and ended it in Sarasota, hitting Surfside along the way. Three hotels made the cut.
Now that hotels have become so popular with non-guests, properties are offering another level of exclusivity with guest-only bars, restaurants and pools.
More than 250 art fairs take place around the world. While you couldn't see all of them even if you tried, here are seven of the very best.
Owners of the Michelin-starred restaurant at Le Sirenuse in Positano will open an American branch, Le Sirenuse Miami, at the newly redesigned Surf Club.
Each year, we have the pleasure of singling out particularly memorable hotels for our Grand Awards. These are the winners in the United States and Canada.
Acqualina Resort & Spa in Miami Beach earned first place for the second year in a row, adding a third award for the hotel this year.
Sometimes a single building can transform the image of a city. The debut of the Faena Forum is the latest stage of this developing trend in the Miami art scene.
The Betsy is unusual in that it is the area’s sole example of “Florida Georgian” architecture, having been designed in 1947 by architect L. Murray Dixon.
Every so often I find myself admiring a place that in most respects is the opposite of my customary template of low-key, smaller hotels.
Three new hotels added to Andrew Harper's Collection this month.
Bridget Kapinus, an Andrew Harper expert travel advisor, just returned from Miami where she spent three days at the Acqualina Resort & Spa on the Beach.
Acqualina’s health-centric executive sous chef, Sebastian Barrera, created this nutritional vegan appetizer for the resort's 10-year anniversary.
Located at the tip of Miami’s South Beach, Fisher Island was formerly a retreat for the Vanderbilt family.
Enjoy this travel guide to Miami with tips, recommendations and ideas for where to eat, stay and shop in this enticing city.
Considered the gateway to Latin and Central America, Miami, Florida is a vibrant and colorful city known for bikinis, beaches and beautiful people.
Few spa treatments are as reviving to the jet-lagged traveler as a Turkish hammam ritual, particularly when it is performed in a setting as spectacular as the spa at Schloss Elmau in southern Bavaria, overlooking wildflower-speckled meadows and tracts of pine-forested countryside.
Winning hotels from the 2014 Andrew Harper Grand Awards in California, Canada, Florida, D.C., Nicaragua and Costa Rica.
The Fisher Island ferry leaves from a dock a few hundred yards from Miami’s cruise ship terminal and just a short drive from the madding crowds of South Beach.
Canyon Ranch near Tucson has long been regarded as America’s premier spa resort, so I expected its Miami sibling to be similar. I was disabused of this notion on arrival.
One bright blue morning in South Beach, we set off on a walking tour of the Art Deco District, the neighborhood between Sixth and 23rd streets that contains more than 800 pastel-hued properties of historic distinction.
If you’re considering making your next getaway an island experience, you need not think only of far-flung destinations with long, often expensive flights.
Hotel concierges in four of your favorite U.S. cities pull back the curtain on one of the toughest jobs in the industry, and reveal their top recommendations on area eateries, attractions and activities.
One bright blue morning in Miami Beach, we set off on a walking tour of the Art Deco District, the neighborhood between Sixth and 23rd streets that contains more than 800 pastel-hued properties of historic distinction.
A few blocks inland from the bustle of Ocean Drive lies one of Miami Beach's quiet gems.