In normal times, I travel so routinely that there is little opportunity to dream. Lately, I find myself lingering over memories of cherished regions and hotels.
Private travel bubbles provide a way to go abroad with the maximum degree of safety. &Beyond has organized journeys to the Galapagos Islands and South Africa.
In these uncertain times, a travel advisor is more important than ever. The staff at Andrew Harper Travel is ready to offer invaluable service and support.
Travel companies, like upscale cruise lines and hotels, have an incentive to make reservations as risk-free as possible. Both are eliminating restrictions.
We hope the coronavirus crisis will pass soon, but in the meantime, we will continue to write about travel and our passion for the beauty of the world.
Our founder promised to travel incognito, pay his own expenses and find hideaways with character and great service. Forty years later our values are the same.
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 March issue, our editor journeys up the Nile Valley from Cairo to Luxor and Aswan, staying in new hotels and taking the temperature of the country.
This month we feature two contrasting locations: Transylvania in the heart of Romania, and Chicago, in the heart of the Midwest.
The December 2018 issue of the Hideaway Report covers Argentina, Brazil, Jamaica and the Historic Coast of Florida. We found properties to recommend in each.
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.
On rare occasions, Hideaway Report editors find a property that defies any attempt to ferret out fault. Here are six hotels that our editors hated to leave.
The Hideaway Report editor-in-chief reflects on the October 2018 issue, which covers Sweden, Denmark and Corsica.
For the September 2018 issue, we traveled to the spectacular country of Georgia and the wonderful city of Madrid. We found five hotels worth recommending.
Our editor visits Cape Town, South Africa, and finds it transformed after the opening of The Silo. This issue also sees extensive coverage of Abruzzo, Italy.
The July 2018 Hideaway Report sees us hotel hopping from the gorgeous coastline of Croatia to a vast track of wilderness in New Mexico.
In the May Hideaway Report, we venture to Morocco, where we stayed in one of the world's finest hotels. In contrast, this issue also reports on Lyon, France.
In the April Hideaway Report, we cover a one-of-a-kind resort in Rwanda that should be at the top of everyone's bucket list. We also report on Ghent, Belgium.
On a visit to British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, we had hoped to spend time on British Columbia's Kettle Valley Railway Trail.
In the March Hideaway Report, we cover the impressive new properties we found in Costa Rica and Nicaragua. We also paid a visit to Barcelona.
In this issue, we introduce a new region of Italy to readers: the remote region of Basilicata, which reminded us of travel to Italy the way it used to be.
The Andrew Harper editor-in-chief reflects on this month's travels to Portland, Seattle and Whidbey Island, and a road trip in England’s North Country.
Our editor details his memorable journey to the south of France, where he discovered a secluded spot on the Var coastline.
The October 2017 issue sees Andrew Harper in Peru, trying new hotels in Lima, Cusco and the Sacred Valley. The issue also covers Hamburg and the Baltic Coast.
In this issue, Andrew Harper travels to Baja to see how the area recovered from Hurricane Odile in 2014, and visits Seville and rural Andalusia in Spain.
Mr. Harper revisits a favorite property in Rome, Hotel Eden, after its recent refurbishment and discovers three boutique hotels in Palm Beach.
A 10-day trip to the exquisite Dordogne valley uncovered two new hideaways. This issue also features Mexico City and Panama City.
Mr. Harper visits the Denmark countryside in a 10-day circular tour of its two main islands. Then he stops in the Lone Star State in search of great hotels.
It is a delight to stroll through the neighborhoods of Lisbon's historic center. This fall, I stayed in a number of smart new heritage hotels there.
South African-born hotelier James McBride divulges a surfer's secret to Mr. Harper. Sumba. This island east of Bali is one of the last unexplored territories.