52 Dreamy Hotel Rooms with Views You’d Wish You Were Looking at Right Now
The best part of traveling? Taking in the culture, the culinary creations and…the views! Here, pick a hotel based on the eye-dropping—and Instagram worthy—views you’ll see right from your room.
Not a bad view in the house
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Fair warning: everywhere you look when you visit Hawaii will leave you in dreamy awe of this U.S. state. But for a super-luxe experience that’s worth the money, stay at the Four Seasons Resort O’ahu at Ko Olina in Kapolei, Hawaii that offers a panoramic ocean view from the suites and rooms. We just hope you’re ready to become Instagram-famous when you share your morning background. These are the 11 things to know before taking a Hawaiian vacation.
Headed on a road trip to the great west? Make sure to map out a pit stop at Garden of the Gods Collection in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It offers a view for all in each of its 56 rooms. It frames the glory of what’s considered America’s Mountain, Pikes Peak.
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Sometimes you need to truly escape from all of the madness and chaos of your everyday life and routine, and there’s no better way than to retreat to nature. When you stay at the Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa in Gateway, Colorado, you’ll be taken back by the sheer beauty of the infamous Palisade rock formation, which is visible from the rooms. You can take in the tranquility—with a glass of vino in hand—from your private patio and balcony.
Named after their location, the Honua’ula suites in Grand Wailea, a Waldorf Astoria Resort in Maui, Hawaii, is meant to provide guests with the feeling of belonging. From each suite, you can see the islands of Kaho’olawe, Lanai, Molokini, and West Maui. Talk about a lot of view for the rate! Check out the 50 best beaches in the world.
While it might cost you a bit more than say, going backpacking in Colorado, for a view that’ll make you feel at peace on the slopes, the luxe Four Seasons Resort and Residences in Vail, Colorado, offers sweeping terrain views from the foot of Vail Mountain. Depending on where you rest your head, the view out your window could include the mountain itself or Vail Village, complete with a year-round heated pool and garden.
Bed with a view
For a boutique hotel experience that’ll make you feel like you’re part of nature, consider booking your getaway at this 17-room Hacienda Lomajim in Guadalajara, Mexico, located on the edge of the San Cristobal Canyon. You’ll see this national landmark from your bed, or ahem, your outdoor Jacuzzi. After catching the view, you can put on your hiking boots to explore the nearby trails and waterfalls.
Tiny island, big view
Smack dab in the middle of the South Pacific is a tiny island named Easter that truly offers a get-out-of-town experience. With a small population and a secluded vibe, this island will insist you disconnect while you check out the view from Hangaroa Eco-Hotel + Spa in Easter Island, Chile. Each way you look from your suite, you won’t be able to miss the royal blue waters. These are the best value hotels in America.
Aloft in Barcelona
There’s a chance you might not want to return home after you spend time in this seaside Spanish city with beautiful architecture and more than enough wine to last a lifetime. For a great view of the city, stay at the tallest building! The waterfront Hotel Arts Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain, has 483 sea or city views, offering a glimpse out into the Balearic Sea, the Olympic Marina, and many beaches.
A homerun for baseball fans
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For the New England lovers who want to cheer on the Red Sox with a side of lobster and chowdah, a trip to Boston isn’t complete without a stunning view of this northeast city. The Hotel Commonwealth earned the bragging rights for sparking a revival of Boston’s Kenmore Square, a must-see for baseball fans. It’s also the official hotel of the Red Sox, and when you book one of the Fenway Rooms, you can see an unobstructed view of the stadium.
The heart of Tuscany
Set within the hills of Fiesole and within walking distance of the city center, this luxe Renaissance villa, II Salviatino, will make you feel like you woke up in an Italian fairy tale. Built in the 15th century, it’s not only ripe with history for travelers who love to be part of the culture, but for the garden lovers, you’ll enjoy the property’s lush 12.5-acre private park. With 45 rooms, each offering a different angle of Florence’s outdoor landscape—from the Tuscan hills to the Tuscan capital—you can’t go wrong.