Breathtaking Glass Hotels around the World


These luxury hotels share one beautiful component; they feature glass as a main element of the hotel’s design and aesthetic. These hotels around the world are nestled in some gorgeous locations, and there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy the views and take it all in.

DO & CO Hotel, Vienna (above)

This gem is settled right in the middle of the Viennese cultural epicenter. Rooftop views of St. Stephen’s cathedral and a walking distance from all the best shopping and attractions make this boutique hotel accessible and convenient for travelers seeking a comfortable starting point from which to do it all. The 43 rooms with urban-inspired designs use luxurious materials such as travertine stone, teak wooden floors and Turkish leather.


Shakti 360 Leti, India

Set in the remote Kumaon region of the Himalayas, this exquisite hideaway is the perfect escape from day-to-day life without sacrificing any element of comfort or luxury. Perched on top of an 8,000 foot mountain, visitors can expect to achieve a peaceful and serene state of mind just by observing the beauty of the surroundings through the floor-to-ceiling windows. The outdoor environment offers an endless supply of activities including hiking, fishing, yoga and meditation. Indoors there is a great deal to experience as well; gourmet cooking, fine wine, fireplaces and pashmina blankets to curl up with at night.


Hotel Remota, Chile

Nestled in Chilean Patagonia, Hotel Remota is a blend of traditional Patagonian lifestyle and modern luxury amenities. The unique architecture pays homage to hacienda designs, but inside no accommodations are spared to ensure that visitors can have an authentic and enjoyable experience. The design and environment encourages meditation, reflection and adventure. Hotel Remota’s mission statement reads “all is made to lead a life in Patagonia just as it should be, but this time not in a shearing house, but in a[n] enjoyable and luxurious one.” The all-glass exterior is truly breathtaking and allows for none of Patagonia’s beauty to go unappreciated.


The Opposite House, China

The Opposite House in Beijing is a true work of art. The huge penthouse is the most breathtaking of all, with floor-to-ceiling windows and its own serene reflecting pool. The private kitchen and a contemporary design using wood and bamboo make it a sophisticated getaway. Located close to the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and more of Beijing’s biggest attractions, the Opposite House also features 98 contemporary studios to stay in, with heated floors, spa bathrooms, high ceilings and of course plenty of natural light.


The Standard, New York City

Located in the heart of the Meatpacking District, the 18-story tower with sweeping views of Manhattan and the Hudson River is ultra-contemporary New York City at its finest. The boutique hotel rooms feature floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall windows (that actually open!) and all the amenities a luxury traveler could imagine. The hotel offers complimentary bikes and incredible restaurants and bars in addition to its stunning views.

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