In 2019, Hideaway Report editors traveled over 150,000 miles and discovered a number of sophisticated hideaways. Here are their favorites.
Horseback riding, rafting down Class IV and V rapids, hooking monster trout, trekking through national parks: Chilean Patagonia has all that and more.
One of the things that distinguishes Uman Lodge is the music that plays throughout its public spaces. Here is a soundtrack inspired by our stay in Patagonia.
We asked our well-traveled members which three countries or regions are currently topping their bucket lists. Their answers were as exotic as expected.
For some of our members, a perfect vacation is best achieved by completing an exhilarating outdoor challenge. The following three properties excel at adventure.
Andrew Harper shares luxury travel industry news, openings and more in his monthly "From My Notebook" column.
There is an irrepressible energy in South America drawing all eyes below the equator. Maybe it's the spark that comes from hosting both the World Cup and the Olympics, as Brazil will be doing in 2014 and 2016, respectively.
Shared between Chile and Argentina, southern Patagonia is chiefly a land of vast, desolate steppes. High precipitation and cold air combine to create huge glaciers that spill into numerous fjords.
The explora properties in Atacama and Patagonia are offering a series of guided photography excursions sponsored by Nikon Inc.
Shared between Chile and Argentina, southern Patagonia is chiefly a land of vast, desolate steppes, though the Chilean section also has areas of conifer and beech forest. High precipitation and cold air combine to create huge glaciers that spill into numerous fjords.
The March 2012 Hideaway Report explores Chile, a country that has suddenly come of age for sophisticated travel. In places as diverse as the
I have just returned from a multi-week stay in Chile, which included several days near the spectacular Torres del Paine National Park. On December 27, a f
Longtime Harper favorite explora Patagonia has recently completed a two-month renovation of Hotel Salto Chico in the heart of Torres del Paine N
Wilderness lodge on the spectacular shores of Lake Pehoé amid the natural splendors of Torres del Paine National Park. The contemporary lodge contains 50 accommodations featuring radiant-heat floors, Berber carpets, wood-paneled walls, handcrafted furnishings, lavish granite/slate baths and breathtaking views.