While we found many hideaways worth recommending this year, several dashed our high hopes. Here are our six biggest disappointments of the year.
One of the best reasons to travel is for the memories. Here are seven experiences from the past year that will live with us for decades to come.
In 2019, Hideaway Report editors traveled over 150,000 miles and discovered a number of sophisticated hideaways. Here are their favorites.
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.
These 8 bike tours are the trips that lifelong cyclists dream about taking, from luxury tour companies with sterling reputations.
One of the joys of travel is savoring the cuisine of another country. On this trip to Vietnam and Cambodia, our writer enjoyed two excellent food tours.
Three colonial-era houses have been combined to form Knai Bang Chatt, an idiosyncratic 18-room resort in Cambodia. View our video to see what it's like.
Shinta Mani Wild, 15 opulent tented accommodations in a wildlife corridor in Cambodia, is the project of one of the most flamboyant figures in luxury travel.
Cambodia is more than Angkor Wat. The country is now a true destination, and an increasing number of resorts have popped up along the Cambodian Riviera.
Zannier Hotels took a chance on Cambodia in 2015 when it opened Phum Baitang. In creating a resort that resembles a traditional village, it proved visionary.
For the May 2019 issue, our editors found an ecolodge in Cambodia, stayed at the latest hotel from the Aman founder in Vietnam and returned to Santa Barbara.
For the May 2019 issue, our editors recommend a resort that replicates the feel of a traditional Cambodian village and an ecolodge in the Cardamom Mountains.
Immersion in the local culture is important to our members. These hotels offer a strong sense of place, while also focusing on community outreach.
Hideaway Report digital editor, Kristen Remeza, writes about her trip to Siem Reap, where she discovered a new resort and visited Angkor Wat.
Using Amansara as a base, two members recently visited Cambodia and explored the intricately-carved ancient temples of the region and more.
The popularity of river cruises seems to be increasing exponentially, with new boats on the rivers of France, Botswana and the Amazon.
Like Europe, Southeast Asia combines rich history, extraordinary landscapes, magnificent architecture and superlative cuisine.
Andrew Harper shares travel photos and favorite trip experiences from the 2016 Hideaway of the Year, featured in the January 2016 Hideaway Report.
A 35-minute speedboat ride from Sihanoukville on Cambodia’s west coast, Song Saa lies in the pristine Koh Rong archipelago.
Read about Andrew Harper's memorable travel experiences from a year in travel.
Mr. Harper recounts his travels from the past year in this Grand Awards issue. Read about his favorite hideaway of the year, a remote Chile resort and more.
Cambodia is one of our favorite places to visit, not only for the amazing history and monuments, but for the chance to interact with the local Khmer people.
Andrew Harper shares the "Last Look" photo from the October Hideaway Report as the editors travel to new destinations in the next issue.
Andrew Harper shares travel photos from a recent trip to Cambodia.
Check out the abundance of fabulous food photos from Andrew Harper's trip to Cambodia.
I will admit to being partial to the food of Southeast Asia. When I learned that Song Saa offered a class in Cambodian cuisine, I signed up right away.
Even on a brief wander around the markets of Siem Reap, you will find no shortage of things to catch your eye.
One of the activities offered at Song Saa is a Khmer cooking class. Having enjoyed several delicious Cambodian dishes at the resort, I decided to sign up.
A video of our trip aboard the Aqua Mekong along the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers in Cambodia as reviewed in the October 2015 issue of the Hideaway Report.
On previous visits to Southeast Asia, I often found myself yearning for a luxury riverboat on the Mekong, the fascinating 2,700-mile artery.