Our editor takes a personal vacation but still comes home to write about it. Here he accompanies his spouse to Vienna, one of his favorite cities in the world.
With its fairy-tale landscapes, half-timbered towns, crumbling castles and fine wines and cuisine, Alsace, France, is a lovely region to visit.
On this trip to Alsace, our writer explored the picturesque Route des Vins, which winds through the Vosges Mountains. He found two hideaways to recommend there.
On our Southwest road trip through Utah, we anticipated our stays at both Amangiri and Under Canvas Zion, but only one experience was positive.
There weren't any newly opened hotels of interest in Sedona, so our writer took the opportunity to check up on three hotels we've reviewed before.
This Southwest road trip begins in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area. We hoped to find a hideaway that would connect us to the area's cultural and natural wonders.
Grenada has everything you'd want in a Caribbean island: palm-fringed beaches, emerald mountains, friendly people. Our writer found two blissful resorts there.
Boasting palm-fringed beaches, emerald mountains and a colorful capital, the island nation of Grenada is open for business. Here are two hotels we found there.
A hotel revolution is taking place in Portugal's countryside. We visited three luxury properties there, in the Douro Valley, the Alentejo and Comporta.
On a recent spring visit to Lisbon, we checked out a few intimate hotels, each promising historical resonance, contemporary flair and five-star accommodations.
Hip new hotels, bars and restaurants are making New Orleans more exciting than ever. Here are three new hotels we visited during our recent stay.
On our recent visit to New Orleans, we returned to the properties that we've recommended for many years: Windsor Court Hotel and Soniat House.
We visited sunny Los Angeles hoping to fill out our roster of recommended hotels with smaller properties. Of the three we visited, only one made the grade.
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.
About 45 minutes from Santa Barbara, a blissfully rustic guest ranch enchanted our writer. With activities a priority here, it's perfect for family trips.
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 recommend a resort that replicates the feel of a traditional Cambodian village and an ecolodge in the Cardamom Mountains.
Both Savannah and Charleston have unique restaurant scenes, an ever-growing constellation of museums and attractions and new hotels worth recommending.
Charleston and Savannah are sister cities. For the April 2019 issue, our writer visited hotels in both and came away recommending one in Charleston.
Aman Resorts is scheduled to open a property in Kyoto, in November. The resort is set in the verdant and secluded foothills of Hidari Daimonji mountain.
Jerusalem has suitable hotel options, but the Old City has lacked a pedigreed boutique hotel. Our editor travels there to see if Villa Brown fits the bill.
Finding Tel Aviv buzzing and fashionable, our editor stayed in three hotels in three different areas: Jaffa, the "American Colony" and downtown's "White City."
Our editor had positive experiences in two of the hotels he stayed at in Tel Aviv. He split his time between Jaffa, the American Colony and the White City.
For the March 2019 issue of the Hideaway Report, one of our editors reports on two lodges in Colorado, one in Crested Butte and the other just outside it.
For the March Hideaway Report, our editor traveled to Egypt to find a small hotel of distinction in the Nile Valley. He only found one, but what a hotel it was.
We visited the classic sites of the Nile Valley to assess the situation in Egypt. Here are videos from Giza, Luxor and the Sofitel Legend Old Cataract Hotel.
On a recent trip to Chicago, our editor hoped to find a hideaway that we could recommend. Here is video of the hotel he recommends there: the Sophy Hyde Park.
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.