When booking a stay, do you obsessively look for a “sea view”, “city view”, or “any type of view” room? Can windows overlooking a parking lot ruin your holiday, no matter how great a hotel is? Do you get overly excited about having breakfast on the balcony?
If yes, you might be dealing with a bit of views addiction. The bad news is I don’t know the cure. The good news is that there are 25 hotels with amazing views on this list, and you can visit them all!
The Tongabezi Lodge is a secluded resort surrounded by lush African bush on Zambezi River guaranteed to impress even the most demanding views connoisseurs.
The Gritti Palace is a sight to behold in itself but try not to get distracted by the interiors because the views over the Grand Canal are spectacular!
You can fully immerse yourself in the beauty of South African wilderness at Marataba Safari Lodge: unexpected game sightings from your room included.
Luxurious tents at Longitude 131 feature an all-glass wall so you can admire Uluru all day long (sunrises and sunsets are particularly recommended!).
Those high-elevation hotels, aren’t they just the best? Alila Jabal Akhdar is another proof of that.
Sweeping views of Bhutanese lush green landscape can (and should!) be enjoyed at COMO Uma Punakha.
Walls are overrated. Lion Sands Game Reserve replaced traditional suites with wooden decks scattered across the breath-taking scenery of Kruger National Park, and it’s impossible not to love the effect.
Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge is just a couple of minutes away from the famous Inca site, and you can see the stunning mist-clad mountains right from your room!
When scouting for great views, why not reach straight for the stars? Or at least somewhere close, like Grand Hyatt Shanghai at floors 53rd to 87th.
You’ll need to do a steep climb to enjoy the views from Mischabel Hut, but that will make them all the sweeter!
Richard’s Camp invites the beauty of the savannah into your room with net walls and extensive decks for soaking up every moment.
Miramonti Boutique Hotel offers dramatic views of the Dolomites and a bit of film history: The Spy Who Loved Me was filmed there.
Fancy having a cup of tea looking over a tea plantation? At Heritance Tea Factory you can!
Where are great views best enjoyed? Viceroy Bali’s answer is private infinity pool!
The Secluded Intown Treehouse will make you feel like you’ve got the entire forest to yourself.
At Jumeirah Dhevanafushi Hotel, you’ll get the best of both worlds: desert island views with 5-star hotel amenities.