Hotel Beds with Incredible Views

01 of 12

Jade Mountain in St. Lucia

There are only three walls in the Sanctuary Rooms at St. Lucia's Jade Mountain — the fourth side is open-air allowing for unobstructed shots of the Pitons and the Caribbean Sea. Private infinity pools and outdoor bathrooms with jacuzzi tubs offer other ways to take in the view.

Continue to 2 of 12 below.
02 of 12

Shangri-La Hotel Paris, France

Two-story Duplex Terrace Eiffel Tower View Suites at the Shangri-La Hotel Paris feature views of the city's iconic Eiffel Tower and the River Seine, plus private terraces for soaking it all in.

Continue to 3 of 12 below.
03 of 12

Atlantis the Palm in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Leave it to a hotel in Dubai to create a suite with an aquarium wall. Underwater Suites at Atlantis the Palm have just that, with floor-to-ceiling glass windows looking into the hotel's Ambassador Lagoon, home to about 65,000 marine animals. Guests can also watch the fish go by from oversized soaking tubs in the suites' bathrooms, with glass walls that look into the lagoon as well. 

Continue to 4 of 12 below.
04 of 12

Lion Sands Game Reserve in Sabi Sand, South Africa

Sleep under the stars at Chalkley's Treehouse at the Lion Sands Game Reserve in South Africa. Built on a platform in a centuries-old Leadwood Tree, the room offers a bird's eye view of the African bush and the animals that roam through it. Guests arrive at the treehouse at sunset, where drinks and a picnic dinner are ready and waiting. 

Continue to 5 of 12 below.
05 of 12

Mukul Resort in Guacalito de la Isla, Nicaragua

The sand and water of Playa Manzanillo is just steps away from Mukul Resort's Bohios Rooms, with floor-to-ceiling windows that make it easy to take in the tropical landscape. A sliding glass door leads to the room's plunge pool, while a separate veranda with daybeds offers a private spot for sunning.  

Continue to 6 of 12 below.
06 of 12

Ritz-Carlton Shanghai Pudong, China

Views of Shanghai Bund are framed by floor-to-ceiling windows at The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai's Club Bund Rooms. Guests can also expect complimentary tea and coffee service, free wifi, and gratis limousine service for short-distance rides. 

Continue to 7 of 12 below.
07 of 12

Hotel Iso-Syöte in Syöte, Finland

Hotel Iso-Syöte makes the most of the stunning natural surroundings of Finland's Lapland region with its two-story Eagle View Suites. Glass ceilings make stargazing and spotting the Northern Lights from the lofted bed possible in winter, while downstairs features a fireplace for cozying around, plus a jacuzzi and sauna. 

Continue to 8 of 12 below.
08 of 12

The Wythe in Brooklyn, New York

Watch the sun set over the New York City skyline from the comfort of ​the bed in Manhattan View King Rooms. at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Add a cocktail from the room's mini-bar, stocked with local snacks and booze, or head to the hotel's sixth-floor bar The Ides for drinks on the rooftop patio. 

Continue to 9 of 12 below.
09 of 12

Explora Patagonia, Chile

The 49 rooms of Explora are designed to emphasize the beauty of Patagonia and views of Macizo del Paine and Lake Pehoe, with minimal distractions (read: no wifi or TVs in rooms). Another way to take in the scenery: from one of four open-air jacuzzis at the hotel's Spa Ona

Continue to 10 of 12 below.
10 of 12

Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur, California

Perched along the Pacific Ocean, Big Sur's Post Ranch Inn provides guests stunning views of the sunset into the horizon from Cliff House rooms, which feature private decks and outdoor jacuzzis. 

Continue to 11 of 12 below.
11 of 12

Lapa Rios Eco Lodge in Puerto Jiménez, Costa Rica

Set in a private nature reserve on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, the reed-thatched bungalows at Lapa Rios Eco Lodge are open-air with screens and overlook the Pacific Ocean or Golfo Dulce. They also include private outdoor decks with showers, hammocks and lounge chairs. 

Continue to 12 of 12 below.
12 of 12

The Line in Los Angeles, California

Wake up to views of the Hollywood Hills at The Line Hotel, where Sean Knibb-designed guest rooms also include mod cons like free wifi and extras like a minibar stocked with a mix of Western and Korean snacks (a nod to the hotel's location in L.A.'s Koreatown). 

Was this page helpful?