10 Gorgeous Hotel Views

Our friends at Oyster.com have traveled the world and seen some beautiful hotel rooms with amazing views. Take a look at a roundup of the 10 best hotel room views they’ve ever seen.

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Hotel Duquesne Eiffel, Paris

Hotel Duquesne is a comfortable 34-room hotel in the 7th Arrondissement within walking distance to Left Bank tourist sites, such as the Musee d'Orsay and the Eiffel Tower. Some rooms even boast exceptional views of the iconic structure, built in 1889 on the occasion of the World’s Fair in Paris. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Jade Mountain Resort, St. Lucia

Jade Mountain is a popular hideaway among celebrities and couples; as an adults-only property, its tranquil vibe is hard to match elsewhere on the island. With “missing” fourth walls, the upscale, unplugged (no TVs or radios) rooms look out onto the ocean and the Pitons, gorgeous mountains that rise straight out of the water. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Spring Creek Ranch, Jackson Hole

Set in a wildlife refuge more than 700 feet above the Jackson Valley, the Spring Creek Ranch is a great choice -- during all seasons -- for an outdoor getaway. Winter activities include sleigh rides and snowshoeing across the property’s vast grounds, and summertime brings horseback riding and hiking. But no matter the season, the views from the condos of the majestic Tetons are jaw-dropping. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

The Regent Grand, Turks and Caicos

Location is key at this 52-room luxury condo resort, which is situated directly on Grace Bay and less than a minute's walk from the island’s best shopping and dining sites. Seen from numerous rooms, Grace Bay is frequently ranked among the world’s best beaches, with crystalline waters, golden sand and excellent snorkeling. This is also one of the most popular sunset viewing spots on the island. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Mandarin Oriental, New York City

It’s not an icon like the Plaza or Pierre, but so what? The Mandarin is one of the most luxe options in NYC, offering a world-renowned spa, a chic Asian-fusion restaurant and an indoor pool with amazing views. Some rooms also have gorgeous views overlooking Columbus Circle and Central Park, must-see spots in New York City. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Cambridge Beaches Resort & Spa, Bermuda

This adults-only resort has a trendy, sexy vibe while still maintaining quaint touches from its history as a sea captain’s home. The hotel boasts 4 private beaches, and with turquoise waters more typical of the Caribbean than of the North Atlantic, it's no wonder the resort, and Bermuda in general, is popular among celebrities who want stay away from the crowds without having to give up the crystalline waters and the gorgeous beaches of destinations farther south. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Villa la Estancia, Los Cabos

Villa la Estancia is the high-end hotel in a cluster of 3 sister resorts, and offers a nice reprieve from the crazy, party hotels that Los Cabos is known for -- the grounds are pristine, the pool isn’t teeming with underage partiers, and the rooms are large. Some rooms look out over the crystal-clear ocean toward Land’s End, a rock formation located right where the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean meet. Seals and sea lions can be seen sunbathing in the area. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Arenal Kioro Suites and Spa, Costa Rica

One of Costa Rica’s most tranquil resorts, the Arenal Kioro Suites and Spa takes full advantage of its natural setting near Arenal Volcano. The rooms, restaurants and pool all offer gorgeous views of the volcano, which is considered one of the most active in the world, with lava flows daily. However, fret not; seismologists say the activity is calming down, making it less likely to cause significant damage anytime in the near future. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Resort at Squaw Creek, Lake Tahoe

The Resort at Squaw Creek is one of the largest in California’s Squaw Valley, an area that attracts about 600,000 skiers per season. A ski lift by the hotel transports skiers and hikers to the slopes year-round, and during the summer the resort’s plunge pool and waterslide, and golf course open. Rooms are attractive with homey décor, and many feature gas fireplace and gorgeous mountain views. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

Ambassade Hotel, Amsterdam

At the boutique Ambassade Hotel, no 2 rooms are the same, yet all feature classic Louis XVI-inspired décor and free Wi-Fi. Some have charming features such as beamed, vaulted ceilings and crystal chandeliers, but our favorites are those with views overlooking Amsterdam’s famous canals, which in total span over 62 miles. See Oyster.com’s hotel review.

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