Chocolate, Nutmeg and Rum: Artisanal Food & Drink Tours in Grenada

We visited two chocolate makers, a nutmeg cooperative and one of the island's rum distilleries. It's possible to visit these producers in a single excursion.

Gardens and Waterfalls of Grenada

Visitors to Grenada will want to see its natural beauty, whether in the picturesque waterfalls of its interior or the profusion of color in its estate gardens.

Departing Grenada in Style

The more air travel becomes like mass transit, the more I seek out any way to make the experience more pleasant. The IAM Jet Centre was the answer in Grenada.

Soaking Up the Sun at Grenada's Blissful Beach Resorts

Grenada has everything you'd want in a Caribbean island: palm-fringed beaches, emerald mountains, friendly people. Our writer found two blissful resorts there.

Grenada’s Ancient Rock Art

Grenada's rock art may not be well-protected or well-maintained, but it's still worth a visit. Here are five sites where you can see ancient petroglyphs.

Newly Recommended Hotels in Grenada

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.

Snorkeling in Grenada From a Private Sailboat

Sailing in the Caribbean -- slipping through sapphire water along emerald coastlines, rum punch in hand -- is one of the world's great pleasures.

GoldenEye: At Home with James Bond in Jamaica

Located close to the town of Oracabessa in Jamaica, GoldenEye was once the home of James Bond creator Ian Fleming. Now it is primarily a couple's resort.

Newly Recommended Hotel in Jamaica

For the December 2018 issue of the Hideaway Report, we visited GoldenEye, on the north coast of Jamaica.

With Fall Hotel Openings, the Caribbean Bounces Back

Many Caribbean hotels were forced to close after last year's hurricanes, but Hideaway Report members can look forward to several openings this fall.

Members' Choice 2018: Where You Felt the Most Unplugged From the Wired World

It's harder than ever to unplug from the world these days, but these three properties were almost designed to encourage a digital cleanse.

9 Hotels With Secret Cinemas

When a cinema is attached to a luxury hotel, seeing a movie becomes an even more special experience. Here are 9 hotels where film buffs can feel right at home.

4 Exotic Voyages Around the World

The exotic destinations come to you aboard these luxurious cruise lines that sail through Russia, India, the Panama Canal or southern Africa.

With Silversands' Debut, a New Era in Grenada

Despite luxuriant vegetation and white-sand beaches, Grenada is without high-end accommodations. With the debut of Silversands, this may be about to change.

Life of Lemon: Catching Up With the CNN Anchor

Don Lemon is forthright on camera and off. In our interview he reminisced and shared his stories, life lessons and experiences traveling the world.

Jumby Bay Enjoys a Reprieve

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.

Two Favorite Anguilla Restaurants

Staying at the Viceroy gave us a chance to revisit two favorite restaurants on Meads Bay.

Caribbean Hotel Update After the Hurricanes

Here is the most up-to-date information we have on all 40 Harper-recommended properties in the Caribbean after the hurricanes passed through.

New Plans for Belmond's Cap Juluca

Harper favorite Cap Juluca, on the southern tip of Anguilla, will get an expansion at the end of the season, which will bring the accommodations to 121.

Caneel Bay Gets a Renovation

Caneel Bay was one of our most popular hotels in St. John — until it wasn't. Mr. Harper is happy to report that it is now under major renovation.

Travel News: St. Kitts, Cousteau Cruises and More

Our editor shares luxury travel news in this monthly column. Here he highlights cruises with Jean-Michel Cousteau along with a new Park Hyatt in St. Kitts.

Best Luxury Hotels in the Caribbean: Grand Awards 2017

Each year, we have the pleasure of singling out particularly memorable hotels and resorts. These are the top hotels in the Dominican Republic and St. Kitts.

Where to Go in 2017

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.

7 Newly Recommended Hotels, August 2016

Andrew Harper recommends seven new luxury hotels, four in Northwestern Spain and three in the Caribbean.

Newly Fashionable St. Kitts

St. Kitts has long been a sleepy Caribbean island, with few hotels and resorts of note, aside from a couple of traditional plantation house inns.

Tasting Island Rums

As I travel throughout the Caribbean, I always search for local rum. Each island creates spirits with a distinctive style.

Military History on St. Kitts

Brimstone Hill Fortress is considered an important example of military engineering and one of the best-preserved fortifications in the Americas.

Letter From the Editor, August 2016

Andrew Harper reviews his travels from this month's issue, from a driving journey through Galicia to the beaches of the Caribbean and Dominican Republic.

Travel to Cuba: Not So Fast

Ever since the reopening of the American Embassy last August, the big story in travel has been Cuba. The excitement is understandable.

Cuba: How Luxury Travelers Can Visit Now

Luxury travelers have options for visiting Cuba. Booking through trusted tour operators is still the best way to go, for people to-people or private tours.

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