Do you constantly hunt for a “sea view,” “city view,” or “any type of view” room when planning a stay? Can windows that view a parking lot ruin your vacation, no matter how nice the hotel is? Do you get too excited over breakfast on the balcony? If so, you may be suffering from perspectives addiction. The bad news is that I don’t know how to treat it. The good news is that there are hotels on this list with spectacular views, and you can visit them all! Click here to see hotels in Lahore.
Zambezi romantic hideaway
The Tongabezi Lodge is a private resort on the Zambezi River surrounded by thick African vegetation that is sure to amaze even the most discerning view enthusiasts.
The Best of Venice
The Gritti Palace is a marvel to behold in and of itself, but don’t get sidetracked by the interiors since the views of the Grand Canal are breathtaking!
South African aspirations
At Marataba Safari Lodge, you may fully immerse yourself in the majesty of South African nature, including surprise wildlife sightings from your accommodation.
If you’re visiting San Francisco…
Make a reservation at the Mandarin Oriental for breathtaking views of the city, the Golden Gate Bridge, and the entire San Francisco Bay.
The most famous Australian scene
Longitude 131’s luxurious tents include an all-glass wall so you can watch Uluru all day (especially sunrises and sunsets!).
Oman is a dangerous place to live
Aren’t those high-altitude hotels simply the best? Alila Jabal Akhdar is yet another example of this.
Relaxing rural scenery
COMO Uma Punakha offers panoramic views of Bhutan’s lush green scenery, which can (and should!) be savored.
Sleeping beneath the Northern Lights
The remote Deplar Farm in Iceland offers spectacular views all year, but in winter, you can see the spectacular Northern Lights directly from your hotel room!
Views that are truly uninhibited
The walls are exaggerated. Lion Sands Game Reserve replaced traditional rooms with wooden decks strewn over Kruger National Park’s breathtaking terrain, and it’s tough not to adore the effect.
Machu Picchu is literally at your fingertips
The Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is only a few minutes walk from the iconic Inca ruins, and you can see the gorgeous mist-clad mountains from your room!
Something for city dwellers
Why not go for the stars when looking for spectacular views? Or, at the very least, somewhere close, such as the Grand Hyatt Shanghai, which has floors 53 to 87.
Your very own balcony perched above a jungle
Peace Lodge in Costa Rica has acquired the status of one of the most romantic honeymoon places in the world because of the lush views of La Paz Waterfall Gardens nature park.
The ultimate mountain experience
Adler Mountain Lodge in Italy knows what they’re doing with floor-to-ceiling windows. Nothing complements the room more than amazing mountain views!
Positano is a lovely, vibrant village that descends from verdant hills right into the blue sea. And the finest place to take in all of this magnificence is at Le Sirenuse.
The desert’s timeless beauty
The Arabian Desert is one of those views that never get old. At Al Maha Desert Resort, you may enjoy the strange scenery.
Perspective from the mountains
The vistas from Mischabel Hut will require a tough trek, but that will only add to their allure!
Unbelievable undersea adventure
The Manta Resort, located in the center of a coral reef in Zanzibar, is the closest you’ll ever get to living the mermaid life.
Beautiful views of the beach
Casa no Felix in Brazil caters to your view fixation, with a rain forest on one side and a magnificent sandy beach on the other.
The mountain nest is not for the faint of heart!
Skylodge Adventure Suites in Peru delivers on its name: 360-degree views from the lodging high in the sky, as well as a somewhat adventure journey there!
Safari begins in your bed
With net walls and expansive terraces for soaking up every minute, Richard’s Camp invites the grandeur of the savannah into your bed.
Views are served with a dry martini. Not stirred, but shaken
Miramonti Boutique Hotel has stunning views of the Dolomites and a touch of cinematic history: it was used to film The Spy Who Loved Me.
The greatest views in Sri Lanka
Do you want to drink a cup of tea while looking out over a tea plantation? You can at Heritance Tea Factory!
For the win, an infinity pool
Where can you get the finest views? Viceroy Bali’s solution: a private infinity pool!
Your childhood fantasies come true
The Secluded Intown Treehouse will give you the impression that you have the entire forest to yourself.
Views directly from the Castaway
You’ll get the best of both worlds at Jumeirah Dhevanafushi Hotel, which combines desert island views with 5-star hotel comforts.