After a spring of hibernation, we are more than ready to get out and see the world. For many of us, that means jumping in the car and hitting the open road.
A hotel buyout gives guests a blank slate on which to create a bespoke experience. Here are 15 Harper properties that provide perfect refuges from the world.
For those wanting to reunite with friends and family, private villas and homes in remote locations are more attractive than ever. Here are 20 we recommend.
Certain destinations cry out to be explored by car. Here are 15 of our editors' favorite scenic drives, from the Amalfi Coast to the Oregon Coast and beyond.
It's not necessary to make a day trip to the Willamette Valley in order to visit quality wineries. Several worthwhile outfits have facilities within Portland.
Nowadays, food trucks earn Michelin stars and draw devoted followings. Eat Adventures Food Tours helped us navigate the scene in Portland.
Portland's Pearl District is home to several impressive art galleries. Of these, my favorite was art-glass gallery Bullseye Projects.
Three of the finest gardens in the Pacific Northwest grow within a 15-minute drive of the skyscrapers of downtown Portland.
One of the great draws of Portland is its cuisine, whether from a gourmet food truck or a Michelin star-quality restaurant. Here are five places we recommend.
Portland provides a wealth of attractions: an exciting food scene, gardens, wineries and boutiques, but the hotels don't make the cut.
The Andrew Harper editor-in-chief reflects on this month's travels to Portland, Seattle and Whidbey Island, and a road trip in England's North Country.
Follow in the footsteps of our editor and take a journey through the scenic Oregon Coast. This 10-day itinerary stops at four of our recommended hotels.
For oenophiles, there is nothing better than a weekend dedicated to wine. These six food and wine hotels offer something for everyone.
Many people have a list of places they’d like to visit before they move on to the next world; here are a few American suggestions of my own.
Our readers' favorite Golf Resorts from around the world. Click through for the full list.
Area partners in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia share their favorite scenery, sites, events and activities.
Travel is often exhilarating and intoxicating, but it also bequeaths a fund of memories that is a lifelong source of solace and delight.
10 Days in Oregon: A recommended itinerary from the Andrew Harper Travel Office.
Highway 101 runs 363 miles through Oregon; you could drive it in a day, but that would be missing the point.
At the end of our recent road trip along the Oregon Coast, we turned inland for an incognito visit to the Allison Inn & Spa.
Astoria, Oregon, honors its colorful history this year, 200 years after John Jacob Astor’s Pacific Fur Co. built its first crude fort near the mouth of the Columbia River in 1811.
Driving north on U.S. 101 along the Oregon Coast, you really can't miss Heceta Head Lighthouse.
In the signature line of his emails, Andrew Harper's wine concierge, Hal Oates, includes a short blurb from the Bible: "Wine to gladden the heart of man." That sentiment is shared not only by Oates, but also by the growing number of travelers who head off in search of great wine destinations year after year.
Three notable Northwest wine events occur in November, two in Washington, the nation’s second largest producer behind California, and one in Oregon, which ranks third.
Portland is the jumping-off point for Oregon wine country, as well as an attractive destination in its own right.
In Oregon’s inviting Willamette Valley, more than 150 wineries and tasting rooms will offer samples of the region’s acclaimed Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay and Riesling during the annual Memorial Weekend in the Wine Country,” May 29-31.