28 April 2014
Windows on the world
There are some breathtaking views in the world and once you see them they are etched in your mind forever or you’re bound to have taken a photo or two to help you rekindle the awe-inspiring feeling! Of course there’s money to be made with these views so you often find a fabulous hotel has been built so you can sit in luxury and view it through a window.
Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong Window Views
Urban hotels with spectacular views can be found all over the world. Two of the most recent are the Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong, which opened in 2011 as the worlds tallest hotel and offers unrivalled views of the famous Victoria harbour and Hong Kong Island. Floor to ceiling windows capture the views on the 102nd floor.
Shangri-la in Paris Window Views
The Shangri-la in Paris opened in 2010 and offers breathtaking panoramas of legendary landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Montmartre. This view from your bedroom window is mirrored in the old-world elegance of the room.
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise Window Views
For those in search of mountain scenery, majestic peaks, stretches of horizon and towering forests there are an enormous amount of properties to choose from. A wonderful one is the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise which overlooks the majestic Rockies of Alberta, Canada located in a UNESCO world heritage site. Take in the Lakeview lounge where you can see through the Lobby’s Bar’s signature window the spectacular Victoria Glacier.
Burj Al Arab Window Views
Guaranteed jaw-dropping views can be seen from the famous JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai. With stunning views from your both your bedroom and bathroom windows of the Burj Al Arab and the coast one way, or sweeping desert views and the Burj Khalifa the other, this is once in a lifetime stuff.
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