Our writer began this Florida trip in Amelia Island and ended it in Sarasota, hitting Surfside along the way. Three hotels made the cut.
On this trip to Rome, we tested out new boutique hotels, along with one grand hotel that has been receiving great travel press. Here's what we found.
Blackberry Farm has long been a member favorite, so it's no surprise that our editor was equally enamored of Blackberry Mountain, it's new sister property.
Our writer stayed in four hotels while she was in Vancouver and Vancouver Island, but she came away with two solid recommendations.
Our writer stays in one country and experiences two wildly different hotels: an over-the-top 17th-century mansion and a historic golf resort.
Our writer found excellent hideaways in three areas of Northern California wine country: downtown Calistoga, Glen Ellen and Napa.
With magnificent beaches, charming villages and a restaurant renaissance, there's a lot to love about Calabria. Here are two hotels we now recommend there.
Patagonia is what Yosemite or Yellowstone must have been like a century ago. Here are two hotels he discovered on his recent trip.
On this trip to Alsace, our writer explored the picturesque Route des Vins, which winds through the Vosges Mountains. He found two hideaways to recommend there.
The Phoenix-Scottsdale area is known for its resorts and golf courses. Our writer visited and found two recommendable hideaways there.
On a recent trip to the Yucatan, we focused on destinations that have yet to attract cruise ships or chain hotels: Isla Holbox, Valladolid and Merida.
Boasting palm-fringed beaches, emerald mountains and a colorful capital, the island nation of Grenada is open for business. Here are two hotels we found there.
On a recent visit, we scoped out intimate hotel options in Lisbon and traveled to the countryside to investigate new properties there.
Our editor ventured to Southern California where he scouted out hotels in Los Angeles and Malibu in search of a hideaway. He found two.
We spent 10 days in Champagne, France, a region known for its restaurants, hotels and fine wines. Here are three new hotel recommendations from our trip.
About 45 minutes from Santa Barbara, a blissfully rustic guest ranch enchanted our writer. With activities a priority here, it's perfect for family trips.
For the May 2019 issue, our editors recommend a resort that replicates the feel of a traditional Cambodian village and an ecolodge in the Cardamom Mountains.
Our editor traveled to Victoria Falls in the rainy season and found fewer crowds, prettier landscapes, lower prices and sophisticated accommodations.
Charleston and Savannah are sister cities. For the April 2019 issue, our writer visited hotels in both and came away recommending one in Charleston.
In Namibia, we saw desert-adapted giraffe, elephant and rhino, visited a Himba village and found two stunning new lodges to recommend.
Our editor had positive experiences in two of the hotels he stayed at in Tel Aviv. He split his time between Jaffa, the American Colony and the White City.
For the March 2019 issue of the Hideaway Report, one of our editors reports on two lodges in Colorado, one in Crested Butte and the other just outside it.
For the March Hideaway Report, our editor traveled to Egypt to find a small hotel of distinction in the Nile Valley. He only found one, but what a hotel it was.
Determined to find a hideaway in Chicago, our editor booked a trip there. After a few stays in various hotels, only one made the grade: the Sophy Hyde Park.
For the February 2019 issue, our editors discovered two hideaways in Transylvania, a scenic and unspoiled region of central Romania.
For the December 2018 issue of the Hideaway Report, we visited GoldenEye, on the north coast of Jamaica.
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.
A trip to South America was fruitful in finding new hotels of a very high standard: One was located two hours from Buenos Aires and the others were in Brazil.
For the November 2018 issue, our editor explored onsen ryokan in Japan. A new property occuping a high-rise in Tokyo proved to be the surprise of the trip.