NOVEMBER 2012 – Just as this issue was about to be posted to our website — and some days after the Hideaway Report newsletter had been printed — Hurricane Sandy spiraled in from the Atlantic and caused mayhem in Lower Manhattan. The timing of our coverage is hence more than a little unfortunate! Still, New York [...]
The August 2012 issue of Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report, the most respected publication in luxury travel, profiles several small, gracious hotels in the central Italian region of Umbria. While it tends to be overshadowed by Emilia-Romagna as a culinary destination, Italians flock to the area for its black truffles, wild boar, prosciutto crudo, Pecorino [...]
The June 2012 Hideaway Report focuses on my recent visits to Uruguay and Nicaragua. With the opening of several dramatic new hotels in and around the small, strikingly beautiful Atlantic beach town of José Ignacio, Uruguay has emerged as a discreetly glamorous destination. A simple, sand-in-your-shoes kind of place where everyone gets around on bicycles, [...]
The April 2012 Hideaway Report focuses on the classic French department of Haute-Savoie. Read articles about Chamonix, Mont Blanc and Megève.
As disguises go, a newsletter over the face isn’t a particularly convincing one (see attached photo). But it’s enough for the man who isn’t Andrew Harper. Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report has been praising and detailing luxurious, exclusive travel for more than three decades. The report recently released its Grand Awards 2012, a list that picked a newcomer to the Southern California resort world as one of the best grand resorts.
Some highlights from my recent visit to Chile. Please visit AndrewHarper.com to view my full suggested itinerary.
The March 2012 Hideaway Report explores Chile, a country that has suddenly come of age for sophisticated travel. We also offer a look at the newly recommended Bardessono in the Napa Valley and L’Hotel in Paris. Please log in to the member website to view this month’s issue.
You may have better luck with restaurant tables than hotel rooms in Park City this week. Should you be visiting for the Sundance Film Festival, I heartily recommend the three following restaurants, which I recently reviewed in the Hideaway Report as part of my Deer Valley coverage.
Located 600 miles from the coast of Ecuador and surrounded by the immensity of the Pacific, the Galápagos Islands possess a unique and otherworldly atmosphere. Where else do bizarrely tame birds and animals live contentedly on the slopes of active volcanoes? On a recent trip, I was relieved to find that despite the growing [...]
The December 2011 Hideaway Report Online profiles a new cruise ship in the Galápagos Islands, several new boutique hotels in Ecuador and a stunning new resort in the Luberon, France. Online exclusives include a walking tour of Quito’s charming historic center, a visit to Ecuador’s majestic Avenue of the Volcanoes and three new videos. Please [...]