We visited sunny Los Angeles hoping to fill out our roster of recommended hotels with smaller properties. Of the three we visited, only one made the grade.
Located close to the town of Oracabessa in Jamaica, GoldenEye was once the home of James Bond creator Ian Fleming. Now it is primarily a couple's resort.
As we compiled the 2019 Editors' Choice Awards, we took great pleasure in reminiscing about our stays at previous Hideaways of the Year.
From the beach to the historic city center, these are our favorite new properties in Dubrovnik -- along with a longtime recommend that gets downgraded.
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 Report's team of editors travels far and wide, uncovering the most distinctive hotels in the world. Here are their top 20 hideaway hotels.
On a 10-day trip, I found the Denmark countryside to be a wonderful destination for delicious food, impressive castles and charming hotels.
The Hideaway of the Year in the 2017 Grand Awards is the talk of Spain: the magnificent but charming 30-room Abadia Retuerta LeDomaine.
For an astonishing eight years in a row, Post Ranch Inn atop Big Sur was voted No. 1 U.S. Hideaway. This year it was finally dethroned.
Topping the list of hideaways outside the United States with 50 or fewer rooms is Aman Venice, which graces the list for the first time.
Andrew Harper shares notable luxury travel news from May 2016, like Seabourn's spa cruise, Singita Lebombo's expansion and Adrian Zecha's Chinese hotel venture.
Andrew Harper shares travel photos and favorite trip experiences from the 2016 Hideaway of the Year, featured in the January 2016 Hideaway Report.
As I researched my visit to Song Saa, Cambodia’s first luxury private island resort, I found myself dreaming of Thailand 30 years ago.
For an unprecedented eighth year in a row, no U.S. hideaway with 50 rooms or fewer has managed to dislodge the Post Ranch Inn from the top of the list.
Topping the list of these hideaways outside the United States with 50 or fewer rooms is New Zealand’s ever-popular Otahuna Lodge.
Enjoy an exclusive slideshow showcasing the top United States Hideaways winners of the 2015 Readers' Choice Awards.
Enjoy an exclusive slideshow showcasing the top International Hideaways winners of the 2015 Readers' Choice Awards.
The family-friendly Shore Lodge in McCall, Idaho, is situated lakeside and offers 77 rooms and suites, 62 of which have water views.
From aardvarks to zebras, Africa is home to some of the most exotic wildlife in the world. These birds, animals and reptiles—coupled with the continent’s breathtaking landscapes—explain why Africa consistently ranks as a top destination for travelers across the globe.
After traveling regularly in France for many years, I find it impossible to name my favorite region, but certainly I have a soft spot for the Loire Valley between Orléans and Angers, a 155-mile stretch of soft, green countryside dotted with the magnificent châteaux for which the area is renowned.
North of Seattle, the Washington coastline fragments into a picturesque archipelago of forested islands dotted with fishing villages.
Four Italian properties made the Top 20 International Hideaways in the 2013 Reader Survey. Including winners in Australia and South Africa, India and Botswana.
Large, comfortable resorts fill the spaces between the fairways in Palm Springs, but none could be considered a luxury hideaway. My favorite property in the city remains The Willows.
Although the hotels in the Dominican Republic do not number among the Caribbean’s finest, there are nonetheless some luxurious places to stay.
Though Milan is Italy’s largest city and its business capital, it remains surprisingly little known. Many American travelers use it as a gateway and swiftly move on to the Italian Lakes, Venice or Florence without giving the place a second look.
With the arrival of spring, our thoughts invariably turn to the dune-fringed coastline, wooded hills and idyllic villages of New England.
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island all offer picturesque fishing ports, dramatic seacoasts and pristine landscapes, as well as superlative fish and seafood.
I recently decided to spend a week in Milan, staying at the two new hotels and checking up on an old favorite. Here are the three hotel reviews from my time in Milan.
Four centuries after the Golden Age, a period of prosperity and artistic achievement that transformed Amsterdam from a fishing village into a wealthy hub of international trade, this delightful city is in the middle of a new renaissance.
The Dolomites, a range of dramatic limestone spires rising to nearly 11,000 feet, lie a two-and-a-half-hour drive north of Venice.