Although keen to find new areas of the U.S to explore, I am often lured back to classic destinations. In this issue we visit Sonoma County and Virginia.
Our editor ate exceedingly well in Sonoma County -- at both new and established venues. Here are four restaurants he recommends.
One of our favorite things to do in California is indulge in long lunches at wineries, ideally with vineyard views. Here are three where you can do just that.
Amid beautiful valleys and sun-soaked vineyards, Sonoma continues to add world-class resorts and restaurants to its roster. Our editor takes it all in.
It had been a long time since we'd visited the San Diego region. On this spring trip, our editor visited five hotels between La Jolla and Carlsbad.
Here are five restaurants we recommend in the San Diego area, from an impressive Michelin-starred hotel establishment to a veritable dive.
There's much more to Southern California coast towns than beautiful beaches. Here are five outdoor excursions beyond the sand and surf.
An Andrew Harper editor just returned from a two-week trip to sunny Southern California. She stayed at five hotels and enjoyed plenty of outdoor time.
New golf courses have continued to debut despite COVID-19. Here is our list of the most exciting 18-hole and short courses to come online in 2020 and 2021.
Fortunately, the United States has no shortage of evocative places in which to tramp. Here are seven of our favorite hiking hotels out West.
Surrounded by 258 acres of vineyards and oak tree groves, Montage Healdsburg, a new 130-room property, will open near Healdsburg Plaza in Sonoma.
On visits to Napa, we make a beeline to our favorite stores to stock up on locally made products that cannot be found elsewhere. Here are our favorites.
Unable to go to the Napa Valley now, I have been tasting wines that remind me of it. Our Wine Concierge points out six wines to try until we can visit again.
Napa Valley is one of our favorite areas of the United States, with its idyllic landscape and benign climate. This update looks at hotels we long to return to.
On our most recent trip to the Napa Valley, we enjoyed refined Japanese and Mexican food, appropriately paired with wines from the area.
From beaches and baths to more-unconventional offerings, these are our Editors’ Choice Award winners for Best Amenities.
Like hotels, bars should feel like they are somewhere, not just anywhere. These five bars we visited in 2019 stood out in our memories as exceptional.
At hotels and restaurants aiming to provide the highest level of hospitality, it is people who make the difference. Here are our hospitality award winners.
Each year, our editors discover hotels and resorts that are notable in specific ways. Here are the highlights from 12 months of tireless travel.
It’s always a pleasure to taste wine when we travel. These five regions may be classics, but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t hold surprises.
Evaluating the world’s best hotels is great, but it’s just as delightful to test out top restaurants. Of the hundreds we tried, these were the best.
In 2019, Hideaway Report editors traveled over 150,000 miles and discovered a number of sophisticated hideaways. Here are their favorites.
These 8 bike tours are the trips that lifelong cyclists dream about taking, from luxury tour companies with sterling reputations.
They may not be Los Angeles or New York City, but these seven destinations prove that you can have a big art scene in a second-tier city.
Napa Valley may be known for wine tastings, but the area is developing more and more bars with creative mixology. Here are 11 places to get a great cocktail.
Our writer traveled to California where she discovered a ryokan in Glen Ellen, a restored mansion in Calistoga and lavish resorts close to St. Helena and Napa.
Amid glitzy chandeliers and blingy surroundings, our writer finds herself being a Winemaker for a Day at Raymond Vineyards.
In Napa and Sonoma valleys, “farm-to-table” cuisine is the norm. Diners get the pleasure of enjoying meals that take full advantage of the region's bounties.
There are a number of activities that can be added to a wine country itinerary to make the journey as memorable for children as for their parents.
After years of seeing the vintage Napa Valley Wine Train, comprised of 100-year-old Pullman rail cars, our writer decides to take it from Napa to St. Helena.