Here are a few of the places -- some familiar, some unfamiliar -- that you will likely be hearing more about in the year to come.
Our Hideaway of the Year, Villa La Coste, is the most talked about new hotel in France -- for good reason. It is a triumph.
Few places in the world are as irresistible as Provence. A recent visit unearthed three lovely hotels in equally lovely French towns.
The Hideaway Report's team of editors travels far and wide, uncovering the most distinctive hotels in the world. Here are their top 20 hideaway hotels.
Andrew Harper shares notable luxury travel news from October 2015, like Amanresorts' new Caribbean property Amanera and renovations at The Lanesborough.
Tranquil relaxation, scenic vistas and satisfying Provencal cuisine define Andrew Harper's off-the-beaten-path excursion into the French countryside.
To celebrate the results of our Grand Awards, we are giving away a trip to Provence, France, to stay at winning property Hostellerie de l'Abbaye de La Celle!
On a fine summer's day in 1988, Canadian Peter Chittick and his girlfriend Carolyn Fairbairn (today she's his wife) were doing what all travelers do in Provence, which is exploring this magnificent French region's charming villages.
Few places in the world are as reliably charming and consistently surprising as the south of France.
The Luberon -- a beautiful region of vineyards and lavender fields that begins just east of Avignon and rolls on to the foothills near Apt -- is one of my favorite areas of France because it concentrates all there is to love about Provence.