Breathtaking Views from Our Favorite Hotels

Talk about a room with a view: These hotels offer stunning vistas of all sorts of landscapes, be it mountains, oceans, or iconic cityscapes.

Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo, Sicily, Italy

Set on Mount Tauro and abutting an ancient Greek theater, the Belmond Grand Hotel Timeo, in Taormina, Sicily probably has the most dramatic prospect on the island, looking out over Mount Etna and the Bay of Taormina.


Peninsula Chicago, Chicago, IL

Once fully relaxed at the Peninsula Chicago’s Zen spa, repair downstairs to the Shanghai Terrace where the dumplings and skyline views are divine.


Hotel Vitale, San Francisco, CA

Rooms at the Hotel Vitale in San Francisco have dramatic views of the Bay Bridge’s nighttime light installation. It’s like seeing a modern art show from your room.


Hotel Santa Caterina, Amalfi, Italy

There’s probably a compound German word for the feeling you get standing by the window in your room at the Hotel Santa Caterina on the Amalfi Coast, overlooking terraced lemon groves and the Mediterranean (the hotel clings to a cliff above the sea). The English word is bliss


Cape Town, South Africa

The suites at Cape View Clifton include one sea-facing room on each floor in a converted private home right above Clifton Beach. They’re the perfect summertime Cape Town lodging, with wide covered patios, sitting areas next to the glass doors that open out to the Atlantic, white-on-white bathrooms, and big walk-in closets. There is tons of natural light, and it’s quiet and scenic.


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Resource References: CNtraveller


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