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15 Hotels to Check Into for a Room with a View

15 Hotels to Check Into for a Room with a View Photo

Photo by billmoy

Posted on June 10, 2010 in Hotels

When you book a room at any of these perfectly located hotels, you don’t have to worry about getting to the area’s top sights--they come to your window. Whether you seek an unadulterated stretch of sand or the bright beacon of the Eiffel Tower--in Paris or à la Vegas--here’s where to check in for a room with a view.

Mezzanine in Tulum, Mexico

Photo by coloradowanderer
From Master Suite #10, “the view of the water and the privacy are fantastic.”

Albergo Del Senato in Rome

Photo by mdminor
Get a room facing the Piazza della Rotunda for this "breathtaking view of the Pantheon.” (The room from which this photo was taken is on the second floor.)

Denali Lakeview Inn in Healy, Alaska

Photo by lrseward
“This B&B is in a remote location with a stunning view.” Not pictured? The grizzly reported to be visiting when the photo was taken.

Dana Villas in Santorini, Greece

Photo by asdfjk
This “just incredible” Firostefani hotel “commands an amazing view, especially at sunset.”

Sheraton on the Falls in Niagara Falls, Ontario

Photo by Tinabeana
Room 306: “perfect vantage point to see the American Falls.”

Le Logis du Guetteur in Les Arcs-sur-Argens, France

Photo by NiceGinna
This hotel, housed in a 1,000-year-old fort, is “perched on a hilltop over the town.”

Hotel Zangto Pelri in Punakha, Bhutan

Photo by koshkha
“Room 309 is half of a little cottage, with uninterrupted views down into the Punakha Valley;” you’ll want to “sit and stare for hours.”

Asakusa View Hotel in Tokyo

Photo by wasa girl
The hotel has 28 floors; secure one “in the teens or higher” for views of Mount Fuji over Tokyo.

Beau Rive in Roseau, Dominica

Photo by sastrau
“All rooms have ocean views” at this “amazing, civilized escape on this overall wild island.”

Hotel Concorde La Fayette in Paris

Photo by ch2001
Ask for a room on the Eiffel Tower side, from which “the entire city stretches out.” The Arc de Triomphe, Montparnasse, and, of course, the Eiffel Tower--this is “a view of a lifetime.”

Dubrovnik Bed and Breakfast in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Photo by billmoy
“In an excellent location just to the east of the Ploce Gate,” this hotel boasts a penthouse with “lots of room and great views of Dubrovnik.”

Sofitel Queenstown in Queenstown, New Zealand

Photo by midtownmjd
“The best part” of a room here is the balcony that “overlooks downtown, Lake Wakatipu, and the Remarkables Range.”

Westin Kuala Lumpur in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Photo by ahazan
Request a tower-view room to enjoy this view of the Petronas Towers, “just a couple of blocks away.”

Hotel Ter Brughe in Bruges, Belgium

Photo by Bear in Britain
“Directly on a canal and in a quiet part of town,” the hotel features shuttered windows that open over Bruges’ “romantic roof-scape.”

Bally’s Las Vegas in Las Vegas

Photo by BostonChick
Ask for a Strip-view room like this one for an “incredible view” in which you can “nearly reach out and touch the Eiffel Tower.”

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Comment by JuJu24 on June 18, 2010

You forgot an incredible one The Westin Paris

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