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Rooms with Views: Hotel Views Worth The Stay

Most travelers check-in to their hotel and quickly notice the view. If you want to experience rooms with the ultimate perches, these luxury destinations will provide required eye candy with a night’s sojourn.

The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel (above)

Located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel enjoys a dramatic location on a 150-foot bluff. The property lords over the coast of Dana Point, lending guests views of the Pacific Ocean. Most rooms feature ocean views off of private patios and balconies. Even the fitness center at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel faces the oceanfront. Guests feel the ocean breezes on the first floor of the hotel while huddling around the properties outdoor fire pits.

Villa Tre Ville

Villa Tre Ville

Carved into the historic Amalfi Coast of Southern Italy, Villa Tre Ville offers four independent villas comprised of 15 guest suites to take in the Tyrrhenian Sea views. The estate occupies five acres of the sparkling Italian coastline, with plenty of seaside sundecks to appreciate the property’s standings. Guest rooms and suites come equipped with balconies and private terraces to enjoy the color and charm of Positano. In addition, guests can roam Villa Tre Ville’s cliffside gardens and pathways for a taste of la dolce vita.

Boulan South Beach

Boulan South Beach

With the Atlantic Ocean just one block away, guests checking into to the Boulan South Beach can expect a room with some sort of view. The property sits in the heart of South Beach’s Collins Park neighborhood, one of the most desired spots to rest up for the night in Miami. Home to some of the largest suites in town, the views are also large from the Boulan South Beach. Select suites boasts private terraces with both city and ocean in one view.

Photos courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel, Villa Tre Ville and Boulan South Beach

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