As we compiled the 2019 Editors' Choice Awards, we took great pleasure in reminiscing about our stays at previous Hideaways of the Year.
Our Hideaway of the Year, Villa La Coste, is the most talked about new hotel in France -- for good reason. It is a triumph.
The Hideaway of the Year in the 2017 Grand Awards is the talk of Spain: the magnificent but charming 30-room Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine.
Many of us have a recurring dream about getting away from it all and exploring the far corners of the earth. Fogo Island is its realization.
Each year, we have the pleasure of recalling our travel experiences and singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels and resorts. Here is Andrew Harper's 2015 Hideaway of the Year: Fogo Island Inn.
Review the previous seven winners of the "Hideaway of the Year" category that precursed Fogo Island Inn.
Located close to the Rialto Bridge, in the central San Polo district, the 16th-century Palazzo Papadopoli now houses the 24-room Aman Canal Grande. The building has not been reconfigured as a hotel and still possesses its original layout.
Kangaroo Island lies a 40-minute flight south of Adelaide. More than 90 miles long, but with just 4,300 inhabitants, it is a wild and magnificent place with an evocative landscape of rolling moors and sheep-dotted pastures. Southern Ocean Lodge is perched high above wind- and sea-gouged cliffs that are scoured by breakers and punctuated by glorious white-sand beaches.
Just four miles from the center of Florence and set amid 12 acres of formal gardens on a lane leading up to the exquisite hill town of Fiesole, Il Salviatino occupies an historic villa that enjoyed a heyday during the 16th and 17th centuries.