On rare occasions, Hideaway Report editors find a property that defies any attempt to ferret out fault. Here are six hotels that our editors hated to leave.
We asked our well-traveled members which three countries or regions are currently topping their bucket lists. Their answers were as exotic as expected.
The great outdoors means different things to different people. Here are 11 of our favorite hideaways where nature takes center stage.
Each year, we have the pleasure of singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels and resorts. These are the top hotels in New Zealand.
Whether it's the warm Kiwi hospitality or the pull of the coastal and mountain landscapes, you'll feel at home the minute you touchdown in New Zealand.
Mr. Harper shares notable luxury travel news in this monthly piece, like a new Six Senses in Fiji and private jet safaris from &Beyond.
New Zealand possesses some of the world's most dramatic long-distance hiking trails, which for many American visitors provide the highlights of their trips.
Over the years, I have received many requests for advice about golf vacations. If I could go anywhere in the world for golf, the answer is New Zealand.
With regret, I learned that two New Zealand properties long favored by Andrew Harper members are closing.
Eichardt's in Queenstown is undergoing a significant expansion that will add two Hotel Lake View Suites, a 2,600-square-foot Penthouse and a new restaurant.
New Zealand's mountain scenery is glorious, the food and wine exceptional, there are outstanding golf courses and the trout fishing is incomparable.
During my recent trip, I asked guides and other knowledgeable people which New Zealand fishing lodges currently enjoy the highest reputations.
One of the considerable pleasures of travel in New Zealand is the chance to try some of the country’s admirable wines.
For those who would like to spend part of a New Zealand trip sequestered in a private world, just reading, relaxing and gazing out to sea, Annandale is perfect.
Andrew Harper reviews his travels from this month's issue, from the trout-filled streams of New Zealand to the islands of Hawaii.
Video from Andrew Harper's New Zealand Fly-fishing trip traversing the North and South Island.
It’s time to put some stamps in your passport! The dollar has been gaining against other currencies around the world, which means you can travel cheaper.
From Scandinavian cities to unspoiled South America refuges, Andrew Harper lists his picks for where you should travel in 2016.
In these turbulent times, some countries that once were fixtures on the bucket lists of affluent Americans have been summarily deleted.
For those Andrew Harper subscribers originating from the United States, now is the time to get the most out of a trip to New Zealand.
With New Zealand being a Harper-favorite adventure and outdoor travel destination, Tourism New Zealand gives readers an inside look at the beautiful country.
From classic European cities to unspoiled Himalayan refuges, Andrew Harper lists his picks for where you should travel in 2015.
This week's recipe comes from Wharekauhau Country Estate in New Zealand and was inspired by Lighthouse Gin, a small batch, handcrafted and locally produced spirit recently purchased by the lodge's owner, Bill Foley
Otahuna Lodge shares a delicious recipe for grilled tiger pawns and sweet corn soup. Try your hand at making this simple summer dish.
The sixth installment in our Staff Travel Wish List reveals a longing for warmer climates, near and far.
Everyone has reasons why they travel, for the escape, to relax, to spark creativity or to revisit or make memories.
This fall, an Andrew Harper Signature Tour will head to one of the most spectacular destinations in the world: New Zealand.
With destinations ranging from Ireland to New Zealand, it appears that this group of travelers is looking for adventure and the great outdoors.
Matakauri's Owner's Cottage is now accepting reservations for 2014.
A wonderful selection of photos from a recent trip to taken by our COO, Lorelei Calvert, and her husband.