For all the beauty and adventure of a luxury stay in a remote location, the greatest payoff can come from above. Here are 12 hotels for serious stargazing.
We had the opportunity to revisit Lake Austin Spa Resort as an overnight guest. Here is our review of this Hill Country retreat, just outside Austin.
One of our writers returns to San Antonio and overnights at Hotel Emma, where his stay is just as delightful as his first trip there.
Now that hotels have become so popular with non-guests, properties are offering another level of exclusivity with guest-only bars, restaurants and pools.
San Antonio, Texas, celebrates its tricentennial anniversary this year. Here is the perfect way to spend the day enjoying all the city has to offer.
Austin continues to grow as a travel destination. Besides live music, it has other strong points, including its ever-growing number of upscale boutiques.
High-quality independent galleries have helped transform the tiny West Texas town of Marfa into a legitimate global art destination.
The small desert outpost of Marfa, Texas, contains a number of stylish shops, all within walking distance of one another. Here are a few of my favorite finds.
During my recent West Texas road trip, I stayed at the new Hotel Saint George in Marfa. Here are a few video highlights from my trip.
Times have changed in the Lone Star State. There are now lots of delicious Texas wines to sip from more than 350 grape growers.
A review of the Hotel Saint George, a new property in Marfa, a small Texas town with an outsize reputation.
The June 2017 Hideaway Report follows Mr. Harper's travels to Denmark and Texas. Here are the two hotels he found in Texas.
The Inn at Dos Brisas, a 313-acre estate set on the outskirts of the rolling Texas Hill Country, northwest of Houston, is the embodiment of rural serenity.
Our editor in chief has always found Austin's roster of hotels to be surprisingly unimpressive. Here he reviews four he recently visited.
Originally a brewery, San Antonio's imposing Hotel Emma, opened in 2015, is a tour de force of imaginative design.
The Austin restaurants listed here have found their niche in an ever-changing environment by keeping things relevant, delicious and, yes, a little weird.
Our travel advisor took a Lone Star State staycation: She spent two glorious days at Lake Austin Spa Resort and two at Cibolo Creek Ranch, in Marfa.
Many people have a list of places they’d like to visit before they move on to the next world; here are a few American suggestions of my own.
Learn about details about the weekend-long Austin FOOD + WINE Festival, featuring top chefs, winemakers, and sommeliers cooking deep in the heart of Texas.
Mr. Harper has recommended the flavors of chef Kent Rathbun's Dallas restaurant Abacus since 2011.
Tim Love is surely one of the busiest men in the culinary world at the moment. With Love's appearances across the country at various FOOD & WINE Festivals, a new television program called “Restaurant Startup” on CNBC with Joe Bastianich and a handful of restaurants, an Andrew Harper staff member was lucky to catch up with the bold, light-hearted crowd favorite at the Austin FOOD & WINE Festival in April.
The December 2012 issue of Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report focuses on New Orleans. It is always a conspicuous pleasure to visit the Crescent
Looking out over the vast Chihuahuan Desert, it is easy to forget you are still in Texas. Cibolo Creek Ranch lies 33 miles south of Marfa, in the Big Bend of West Texas.
Looking out over the vast Chihuahuan Desert, it is easy to forget you are still in Texas. The landscape is a scene from an old Western, with rolling hills and dusty mesas more reminiscent of New Mexico.
La Condesa Adjacent to picturesque Lady Bird Lake, 2nd Street has swiftly become one of Austin’s most popular food and shopping districts.