After a spring of hibernation, we are more than ready to get out and see the world. For many of us, that means jumping in the car and hitting the open road.
For those wanting to reunite with friends and family, private villas and homes in remote locations are more attractive than ever. Here are 20 we recommend.
Follow in the footsteps of our editors. Covering Africa and Asia, the American South and the Southwest, these are our top 10 itineraries of 2019.
Phoenix-Scottsdale is known for its golf resorts and cacti, but there is a lot more to explore: museums, shops, hiking trails and Native American history.
The scenery of the American Southwest is often otherworldly. Listed below are my favorite landscapes from a spring road trip through Arizona, Nevada and Utah.
Despite the crowds and long lines, there are still ways to escape the crowds and enjoy the beauty of Zion National Park in relative solitude.
Every road trip needs a playlist. For our recent visit to Arizona and Utah, we put together this mix of rock and roll, Native American tunes and an audiobook.
There weren't any newly opened hotels of interest in Sedona, so our writer took the opportunity to check up on three hotels we've reviewed before.
Arizona is one of the major pre-Columbian cultural centers of North America and one of the best places to experience ancient history in the United States.
This Southwest road trip begins in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area. We hoped to find a hideaway that would connect us to the area's cultural and natural wonders.
A former retreat for elite East Coast families, Castle Hot Springs was closed until recently. This is what we found at the end of a dirt road in the desert.
Outside the Phoenix-Scottsdale area are numerous places to hike. The 30,000-acre McDowell Sonoran Preserve is one of our favorites.
A video of Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West home in Scottsdale, where the renowned architect wintered from 1937 on.
With its friendly and knowledgeable volunteers, the Desert Botanical Garden is a gem and should be at the top of any Phoenix itinerary.
The Phoenix-Scottsdale area is known for its resorts and golf courses. Our writer visited and found two recommendable hideaways there.
An inviting spa should act as a sanctuary for rest, relaxation and rejuvenation. The following three wellness retreats were our members' favorites.
We're please to announce that Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale at Troon North in Arizona will be sharing photos with our followers on Pinterest this week.
Ranging from a spa resort in Arizona to a Harper classic in the Big Apple, these are three tips you won't want to miss.
We were excited to catch up with Debra, our Internal Travel Coordinator, to hear about her five-night road trip through San Francisco, Sedona and Phoenix.
One of the “signature” holes is #7 on The Boulders South Course.
The delightful enclave of Hidden Pond is located 10 minutes northeast of Kennebunkport. With 36 cottages and bungalows set in 60 acres of seaside forest, it is a captivating world unto itself. When it opened in 2008, the lack of dining facilities dimmed its appeal.
Our readers' favorite Golf Resorts from around the world. Click through for the full list.
[gallery] Mrs. Harper and I initially took refuge in Phoenix’s **[Musical Instrument Museum]** (MIM) to escape the blazing midday sun. But this 2-year-old
The August 2012 issue of Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report, the most respected publication in luxury travel, profiles several small, gracious hotels in the central Italian region of Umbria.
Arizona Stronghold Mangus at Canyon Suites Sedona is much more famous for its red rocks than its red wines, but someday that may change.
It’s common to see yoga classes, wellness treatments and indulgent massages offered at top spa resorts, but we know of only one w
Our less than inspiring balcony view. At Dove Mountain, about an hour north of Tucson, the course Jack Nicklaus designed for The Ritz-Carlton Golf Club is superb, blending beautifully with the high Sonoran Desert, hundreds of giant saguaro cactus and the rugged Tortolita Mountains.