From beaches and baths to more-unconventional offerings, these are our Editors' Choice Award winners for Best Amenities.
While we found many hideaways worth recommending this year, several dashed our high hopes. Here are our six biggest disappointments of the year.
As well as to see the Mekong Delta, our trip to Can Tho had been motivated by a desire to stay at Azerai Can Tho, Adrian Zecha's latest venture in Vietnam.
Vietnam has a growing number of exceptional beach resorts, with refined aesthetics, polished service and delicious food. Here are our top five.
One of the joys of travel is savoring the cuisine of another country. On this trip to Vietnam and Cambodia, our writer enjoyed two excellent food tours.
Three colonial-era houses have been combined to form Knai Bang Chatt, an idiosyncratic 18-room resort in Cambodia. View our video to see what it's like.
Legendary hotelier, Adrian Zecha, the founder of Aman Resorts, has a new venture in Vietnam's Mekong Delta at a lower price point. See video of what it's like.
Shinta Mani Wild, 15 opulent tented accommodations in a wildlife corridor in Cambodia, is the project of one of the most flamboyant figures in luxury travel.
Cambodia is more than Angkor Wat. The country is now a true destination, and an increasing number of resorts have popped up along the Cambodian Riviera.
Zannier Hotels took a chance on Cambodia in 2015 when it opened Phum Baitang. In creating a resort that resembles a traditional village, it proved visionary.
For the May 2019 issue, our editors found an ecolodge in Cambodia, stayed at the latest hotel from the Aman founder in Vietnam and returned to Santa Barbara.
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.
The new Awei Pila resort is located on Pila Island, surrounded by the pristine waters of the Andaman Sea, a two-hour speedboat ride from Myanmar's mainland.
On rare occasions, Hideaway Report editors find a property that defies any attempt to ferret out fault. Here are six hotels that our editors hated to leave.
Though known as a hotel desert for years, Singapore is now experiencing an awakening as a number of luxury and boutique hotels open across the island.
Follow our editor as he takes a five-hour journey through the jungle in southern Borneo to see orangutans at the world’s leading orangutan research center.
Indonesia's tropical forests are home to a wide variety of species, many facing extinction. Here are five to know.
Amanwana's tented wilderness retreat provides direct access to all the natural wonders on the island of Moya without skimping on luxury.
Jakarta attracts relatively few foreign visitors. But for those overnighting there, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta offers a sanctuary amid the sprawl.
Take a trip to the Indonesian islands to view the mighty Komodo dragon, the world's largest lizard, and snorkel in the pristine Flores Sea.
After an hourlong flight across the Java Sea from Jakarta, I landed at Pangkalan Bun, near Borneo, to meet my guide and the orangutans that call it home.
Sometimes traveler's insomnia has its advantages. A case of jet lag gifts us peaceful early-morning reveries on the remote Indonesian island of Sumba.
The best way to explore the remoter areas of the Indonesian archipelago is by luxury boat. Aman Resorts and Alila Hotels offer upscale options.
Videos of Nihi Sumba and Alila Villas Uluwatu capture what it's like to be in the middle of the Indonesian archipelago, at two stunning hideaways.
Sometimes, remarkable hideaways turn up in the unlikeliest of places. Located 250 miles east of Bali, Nihi Sumba is one such example.
Nowadays travel sophisticates tend to sniff, “Bali’s finished,” but that's not fair. We visited Alila Villas Uluwatu in the south and were duly impressed.
Hideaway Report digital editor, Kristen Remeza, writes about her trip to Siem Reap, where she discovered a new resort and visited Angkor Wat.
From Britain to Bhutan, the Douro to Down Under, Andrew Harper gives us a peek of the places he'll be going next year — and where you should too.
Like Europe, Southeast Asia combines rich history, extraordinary landscapes, magnificent architecture and superlative cuisine.
Andrew Harper introduces the May 2015 Hideaway Report in a letter to his readers about this month's travels to Southeast Asia and the American West.