In this full-day itinerary, we round up our favorite places that encompass both San Antonio's rich and layered past and its promising future.
This daylong itinerary takes in Brooklyn, the hippest borough of New York City. Enjoy eating, shopping and museum-hopping and see what all the hype is about.
With historic homes and gardens, museums and markers, and restaurants and hiking trails, Richmond, Virginia, is a great place to make a day of it.
Known for its Gilded Age mansions and well-heeled guests, Newport, Rhode Island, is a draw for those interested in architecture, illustration, autos and tennis.
Most visitors to New Orleans stay in the French Quarter and never leave. Instead, this daylong itinerary explores beautiful Uptown on the St. Charles streetcar.
San Miguel de Allende is one of our favorite colonial cities in central Mexico. We stayed at three new hideaways but only one made the cut.
Puebla has much to offer visitors: It is pedestrian-friendly, well-preserved and full of churches, museums and bars -- and now it has two luxury hotels.
We ate well in Puebla, which has a deep culinary heritage and is known for its mole poblano. Here are four restaurants we particularly enjoyed.
We've long recommended two hotels in San Miguel, but a number of hideaways have recently opened in renovated colonial-era buildings. We booked a stay at three.
Because of the influx of wealthy tourists, both foreign and domestic, San Miguel de Allende has an abundance of fine restaurants. Here are seven worth visiting.
The state of Guanajuato doesn't have much of a fine winemaking tradition, but traditions have to start sometime. Cuna de Tierra Winery proves that time is now.
One of the great pleasures of visiting San Miguel de Allende is strolling between galleries and boutiques. The city has plenty of both. Here are the best.
Fans of San Miguel’s colonial architecture, fine restaurants and mild climate will find much to love about Puebla. Founded in 1531, it feels much less touristy.
Shopping, history and award-winning restaurants — get the most out of Georgetown, the oldest neighborhood in Washington, D.C., with this daylong itinerary.
From beaches and baths to more-unconventional offerings, these are our Editors’ Choice Award winners for Best Amenities.
Like hotels, bars should feel like they are somewhere, not just anywhere. These five bars we visited in 2019 stood out in our memories as exceptional.
Several life-changing adventures marked 2019 as an unforgettable year in travel. Here are our Editors' Choice Awards for best travel experiences.
While we found many hideaways worth recommending this year, several dashed our high hopes. Here are our six biggest disappointments of the year.
At hotels and restaurants aiming to provide the highest level of hospitality, it is people who make the difference. Here are our hospitality award winners.
It’s always a pleasure to taste wine when we travel. These five regions may be classics, but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t hold surprises.
In 2019, Hideaway Report editors traveled over 150,000 miles and discovered a number of sophisticated hideaways. Here are their favorites.
Floridian cooking reflects the state’s Southern heritage, as well as its Latin American and Caribbean influences. Here are 20 restaurants we recommend.
Beyond the beach blanket and amusement park crowds, the Sunshine State has several new small hotels and restaurants of real character.
The best way to discover art deco Miami is with a two-hour walking tour by Art Deco Tours. It's a great way to learn about the town and its architecture.
With collections dedicated to Louis Comfort Tiffany and art from ancient cultures and the African diaspora, these five museums in Florida are worth exploring.
Our writer began this Florida trip in Amelia Island and ended it in Sarasota, hitting Surfside along the way. Three hotels made the cut.
This is your guide to Tampa-St. Petersburg, Florida. Here are the sights to see, the restaurants to enjoy and the hotels to stay in while you're there.
Blackberry Farm has for decades been a favorite of Hideaway Report members. Earlier this year, the Farm gained a sibling, Blackberry Mountain.
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.
Located just 30 minutes north of Victoria on Vancouver Island, the spectacular 135-acre Butchart Gardens surpassed our expectations.