Travel companies, like upscale cruise lines and hotels, have an incentive to make reservations as risk-free as possible. Both are eliminating restrictions.
The Bumthang region is the gateway to the remote east of Bhutan, home to many sacred Buddhist monasteries. Six Senses has now opened a distinctive lodge there.
With expansive verandas, private plunge pools and stellar wildlife viewing, the lavish Selinda Camp is the latest venture by Great Plains Conservation.
In 1979, when the Hideaway Report began, there were no PCs, cellphones or internet. We look back at how travel has changed over the past 40 years.
One of the world's most exotic hideaways, the nine-suite Capella Lodge on Australia's Lord Howe Island, has reopened after a major refurbishment.
A 30-minute helicopter ride from Belize City is the newly opened Gladden Private Island, a 3,000-square-foot refuge offering 100 percent privacy for one couple.
This daylong itinerary in Chicago's Hyde Park is a fun alternative to downtown, with recommendations of important South Side attractions.
Chicago has long lacked a luxurious hideaway hotel. But a number of boutique properties have opened since our last stay, so we returned with high hopes.
Bolivia doesn't get many visitors, but that is starting to change. Kachi Lodge will bring a previously unknown degree of luxury to the wilderness of Bolivia.
All the celebrated grand hotels in Paris are located on the Right Bank. But with the reopening of the storied Hotel Lutetia, that monopoly is finally over.
After a 10-year renovation, the long-awaited Heckfield Place opened its doors in September, becoming Britain's newest luxury country house hotel.
Boutique hotels are rare in Milan, but the city just gained another with the opening of a stylishly modern concept housed in a neoclassical palazzo.
Singita Pamushana Lodge, a retreat in Zimbabwe's Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, has reopened after a redesign of both its shared spaces and suites.
Owned by the indigenous Haida Nation, Ocean House is a new 12-room floating ecolodge in British Columbia.
Just two hours from Rome lies the little-known region of Abruzzo. Our editor discovered two hideaways, one in a castle, the other in a medieval village.
Bloomsbury went from desirable to dowdy, but with several hotel openings, the district has become the center of fashionable London once again.
The debut has just been announced of Amanvari, Aman Resorts' first hotel in Mexico, located on the East Cape of the Baja Peninsula.
Despite luxuriant vegetation and white-sand beaches, Grenada is without high-end accommodations. With the debut of Silversands, this may be about to change.
The Six Senses brand debuts its new resort on the Bukit Peninsula in southern Bali. It features 103 lavish suites and villas set atop a rugged cliff.
Singapore Airlines is the latest carrier to upgrade its first-class cabins. The A380 aircraft will now offer six “Suites,” with proper beds and swivel chairs.
Andrew Harper's editor-in-chief weighs in on where to visit in 2018. For many travelers, the more remote, the better.
The original Aman properties were small, exquisite retreats in Asia. Lately, however, the group has expanded to city hotels.
The exceptionally glamorous 23-suite Tuscan resort Castiglion del Bosco will now be augmented by the five-bedroom addition of Villa Agresto.
The vast U.S. Embassy that dominates London’s Grosvenor Square is going to become a 137-room Mayfair hotel.
Glamping enthusiasts have a new option at The Resort at Paws Up. The lavish retreat has created North Bank Camp with families in mind.
Jumby Bay, a private island resort off Antigua’s north coast, escaped the wrath of Hurricane Irma and opened as an Oetker Collection hotel October 9.
Inevitably, an annual question arises: “Where are the new places to go for winter sunshine?” Here are the destinations on our radar.
The Lowell, always a Harper favorite, has a new dining option, lounge and bar. All three complement the personality of the hotel quite well.
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Jose have taken lives and ruined property, as has a devastating earthquake in Mexico. Here's how to help.
Distillerie Louis Roque still produces its spirits by hand. We sampled sweet vermouth-like apéritifs, plum brandies and walnut liqueurs.