Andrew Harper members are itching to travel. And many of them are booking their next trip now. These are the hotels they are reserving.
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.
This is your guide to Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida. Here are the sights to see, the restaurants to enjoy and the hotels to stay in while you're there.
Known as the "Historic Coast," this stretch of Atlantic Florida has a distinctive cooking style all its own. Here are five restaurants we recommend.
Known as the Nation's Oldest Port, St. Augustine, Florida, offers the visitor many things to do in this charming and atmospheric place.
The 66-room Ponte Vedra Lodge is located on Florida's Historic Coast. It's the kind of quiet, beautiful place that most people discover through word-of-mouth.
Our stay at Ponte Vedra Lodge & Club, on Florida's Historic Coast, provided a nostalgic journey back to the era of classic American seaside hotels.
Andrew Harper CEO Crista Bailey recently had a relaxing stay at The Gardens Hotel in Key West, Florida, where she lived like a local for three days.
Now that hotels have become so popular with non-guests, properties are offering another level of exclusivity with guest-only bars, restaurants and pools.
Besides lovely hotels, museums and architecture, Key West has many dining options. Here are four restaurants I particularly liked.
Key West has long been a refuge and an inspiration for writers. Not all the books on this list constitute high literature, but each is well worth reading.
Given the number of notable people who have lived on Key West, it’s not surprising that many of their homes have been preserved. Here are two of my favorites.
One of the pleasures of Key West is strolling along the streets of Old Town looking at the lovely 19th-century cottages called "conchs."
Key West has had a reputation as a place for party-goers, but an influx of well-heeled retirees have restored cottages and raised the prevailing tone.
We enjoyed numerous fine meals on our trip to Palm Beach. Unsurprisingly, many of them involved superlative seafood. Here are six places I particularly liked.
Though a wintering spot for the wealthy, Florida has always had a lack of hideaways. But my latest trip uncovered one in Palm Beach and one in Deerfield Beach.
The Flagler Museum and the Norton Museum of Art greatly added to our visit to Palm Beach. They would provide valuable diversions during bad weather.
There has always been a relative dearth of hideaways in Florida. However, on my recent trip I discovered three that were satisfyingly sophisticated.
Mr. Harper revisits a favorite property in Rome, Hotel Eden, after its recent refurbishment and discovers three boutique hotels in Palm Beach.
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.
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.