While in London, our editor dined at what used to be the direst of the dire: museum restaurants. Here are four that stand alone as great dining destinations.
Certain destinations cry out to be explored by car. Here are 15 of our editors' favorite scenic drives, from the Amalfi Coast to the Oregon Coast and beyond.
The quintessential country house hotel Farlam Hall, located in England a few miles from Hadrian's Wall, has new owners and new management.
The latest incarnation of the country house hotel is Thyme, a 31-room property in the Cotswolds. It is a village in a village and includes a restaurant and spa.
Eating well is one of the best parts of any trip. To ensure that every meal is a knockout, those in the know stay at farm-to-table hotels.
Wine bars and cocktail bars can be wonderful places to absorb the local atmosphere. In 2018, our editors found several memorable bars. Here are the best.
In 2018 our editors enjoyed utterly delicious meals in locations as far-flung as Tbilisi and Singapore. Here are the Editors' Choice Restaurants of the Year.
Hideaway Report editors single out particularly memorable amenities --beaches and baths to spas and pools -- from the hotels and resorts they visited.
In 2018, Hideaway Report editors discovered an unusual number of exotic far-flung retreats and several exquisite city hotels. Here are their favorites.
Our editor did much more in London than tipple, but between hotel and museum visits, he did find eight cocktail bars worth recommending.
The high quality of English sparkling wines comes as a shock to most people. These seven compare favorably and sometimes top their famous French counterparts.
Video of highlights of London, including the renovated Tate Britain, the re-created Globe theater, The London Mastaba and Henry VIII's Hampton Court Palace.
Our writer takes a break from formal restaurants to sample the fare at upmarket food stalls throughout London's Borough Market.
On a recent trip to London, we focused on new and recently renovated properties of 100 rooms or fewer. Here are videos of three we recommended.
When you are mistaken for a regular the best bar in the world, Dandelyan, you just go with it. With cocktail in hand, our writer experienced just that.
London draws major crowds in the summer high season. With this daylong itinerary, you can see the iconic sites while avoiding the tourists.
To get the most out of a visit to London's royal palaces, consider the month you'll be there and the atmospheres and styles of the tours.
Some Londoners complain that Shoreditch, a once-edgy neighborhood north of the City, has become gentrified. Our writer spends an afternoon there investigating.
London's world-class institutions display major pieces and are free to the public. These six have recently undergone renovations and are worth seeing again.
London is one of the world’s greatest shopping cities. Here are eight stores for menswear and fragrances, plus one iconic whisky shop.
Tickets to a Wimbledon match require some effort to obtain. So we booked a 90-minute guided tour of the facility and saw areas that are normally off-limits.
London boasts inexhaustible cultural riches and a stellar restaurant scene. On this trip, our editor focused on new or recently renovated boutique hotels.
London has numerous fine options for high-end British food. We focused on those restaurants, plus one or two new hot spots popular with locals.
For the November 2018 Hideaway Report, we stayed in six London hotels. Three made the cut: a design hotel, a contemporary property and a chic townhouse hotel.
For the November 2018 issue, we traveled to London and Japan. We found fine hotels in both, including a design hotel in Holborn and an onsen ryokan in Tokyo.
After a 10-year renovation, the long-awaited Heckfield Place opened its doors in September, becoming Britain's newest luxury country house hotel.
Bloomsbury went from desirable to dowdy, but with several hotel openings, the district has become the center of fashionable London once again.
London and Amsterdam, two of our favorite cities, will now be just 3 hours and 41 minutes apart on the new Eurostar train line.
From towering castles to thatched cottages, the National Trust owns hundreds of culturally significant buildings in the U.K. Many are available to rent.
In England, almost every street corner once had a pub. Though many didn't survive a changing culture, Yorkshire now has more than its fair share of gastropubs.