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Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island, Australia

Previous Hideaways of the Year

By Andrew Harper

The Hideaway Report | January 4, 2016

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As I compiled this year’s Grand Awards, I also took great pleasure in reminiscing about my stays at previous "Hideaway of the Year" winners. The properties below remain as enticing as ever, and I would return to any of them given the slightest excuse.

Fogo Island Inn, Newfoundland, Canada

Hideaway of the Year, 2015

Fogo Island Inn © Alex Fradkin

Aman Canal Grande, Venice, Italy

Hideaway of the Year, 2014

Mirror Lounge at Aman Venice Courtesy of Aman

Awasi, Atacama Desert, Chile

Hideaway of the Year, 2013

Pool and outdoor lounge at Awasi Atacama
The Great Room at Southern Ocean Lodge

Il Salviatino, Florence, Italy

Hideaway of the Year, 2011

Affresco Suite at Il Salviatino © Antonio Pistillo

Aman Summer Palace, Beijing, China

Hideaway of the Year, 2010

Aman Summer Palace Courtesy of Aman

As I compiled this year’s Grand Awards, I also took great pleasure in reminiscing about my stays at previous "Hideaway of the Year" winners. The properties below remain as enticing as ever, and I would return to any of them given the slightest excuse.

Fogo Island Inn, Newfoundland, Canada

Hideaway of the Year, 2015

Fogo Island Inn © Alex Fradkin

Aman Canal Grande, Venice, Italy

Hideaway of the Year, 2014

Mirror Lounge at Aman Venice Courtesy of Aman

Awasi, Atacama Desert, Chile

Hideaway of the Year, 2013

Pool and outdoor lounge at Awasi Atacama
The Great Room at Southern Ocean Lodge

Il Salviatino, Florence, Italy

Hideaway of the Year, 2011

Affresco Suite at Il Salviatino © Antonio Pistillo

Aman Summer Palace, Beijing, China

Hideaway of the Year, 2010

Aman Summer Palace Courtesy of Aman
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