In 2018, Hideaway Report editors discovered an unusual number of exotic far-flung retreats and several exquisite city hotels. Here are their favorites.
Playing golf in France, Belgium and the Netherlands, on courses designed by some of the 20th century's most celebrated architects, evokes tradition and history.
Dive deeper into culture-rich Amsterdam by visiting some of its smaller, but no less fascinating, museums of art and history.
Amsterdam has become one of the most interesting shopping destinations in Europe. Here are four of our favorite shops for everything from clothing to candles.
A visit to colorful Keukenhof is essential when visiting Amsterdam, and the colorful gardens are best enjoyed early in the morning, before the crowds arrive.
Amsterdam appeals to travelers of all ages and interests. The opening of the 16-room Hotel TwentySeven and Kimpton De Witt brought us back for a visit.
For many years, the food scene in Amsterdam was unremarkable. That has changed. A new generation of talented local chefs is reinventing the Dutch kitchen.
Drawing us for a visit this time was Amsterdam's array of incredible restaurants and the opening of two new hotels, only one of which made the cut.
Sometimes, we discover a place that is truly one of a kind. For the June 2018 Hideaway Report, we review a spectacular resort on the Indonesian island of Sumba.
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 the Dutch national museum to a unique museum with a feline twist, these are the 11 museums that you shouldn't miss on your next trip to Amsterdam.
Try these seven local foods on your next trip to Amsterdam.
In season, the Keukenhof Gardens are home to thousands of colorful tulips—it’s an incredible spectacle,” note the Andrew Harper Travel Office consultants. April through September is the ideal time to visit.
Rent a bike. “Act like the city is yours,” says Eef Sparla, head concierge at Hotel de l’Europe, “and ring your bell a lot.”
Delft: Located between The Hague and Rotterdam, this city is famous for its blue-and-white pottery (“Delftware”).
According to Wiebe van Eijsden of Hotel Seven One Seven, everyone should enjoy a cruise along Amsterdam’s canals, which are included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites.
Here are five surprising things about this canal-laced city on the water from locals and travel consultants alike.
With destinations ranging from Ireland to New Zealand, it appears that this group of travelers is looking for adventure and the great outdoors.
Winning hotels from the 2014 Andrew Harper Grand Awards in the Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Germany and France.
Here are the top 10 travel destinations our subscribers booked in 2013.
Hotel d l'Europe, Amsterdam Queen's Day in the Netherlands is always a festive and orange-draped affair, but this year's celebration on April 30th will be very special.
Located 23 miles southwest of Amsterdam, the Keukenhof Garden was established in 1949 by an association of Dutch bulb growers.
This city of the water offers a uniquely European experience unlink any other.
One of the world's most enchanting regions in the springtime is Europe's "Low Countries," Belgium and the Netherlands.