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Hotels are our 'homes away from home'  whenever we travel. For sure, everyone's meticulous about where they want to lodge for the span of their vacation and having a great view to greet you really helps the soothing experience of getting away from your usual daily setup. And as we are massive advocates of taking a break and indulging the best you can during your getaway, here are some hotels that come with the added bonus of exhilarating views. 

Belmond Sanctuary Lodge (Machu Picchu, Peru) 


A Peru trip is never complete without visiting the 15th-century ancient Incan site, Machu Picchu. So if you're looking for easy access to the site, this hotel is perfect, being located in the vicinity itself. Make sure you go for their Mountain View Rooms that offer stunning views of the Huayna Picchu peaks and the Urubamba River valley. Plus, they have services to take you to a one-day roundtrip guide to the site through the Belmond Hiram Bingham train, complete with a guide, a buffet breakfast, and an à la carte lunch and dinner.

The Lodge at the Golden Gate (San Francisco) 

Just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, it's quite humble to call this a prime location as it takes 'panoramic' to a whole new level. With around 140 rooms to boot that offer a variety of themes from contemporary to historic, not only does this hotel give an incredible view of the San Francisco skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge but it also has its share of history as one of the restored Colonial Revival buildings which were once the residence of Fort Baker officers.  

Riverside Boutique Resort (Vang Vieng, Laos)


As expected from its name, the hotel is ideally located by Nam Song River, offering a remarkable view of the complementing blues and greens of both the water and the forest-clad mountains. They were sure not to overcrowd the area with only 34 rooms, giving each large balconies for a full-on experience of the area. The artisanal aesthetic of the hotel's interiors is an added bonus to the beauty that is seen outside, giving you the perfect balance of serenity wherever you are during your stay.

Traders Hotel (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) 


Who says you have to travel far and wide for a stunning hotel experience? If you prefer short travels or are already based in Malaysia and simply looking for a great staycation location, this is the spot for you. Positioned at the heart of KL itself, find yourself experiencing the beautiful skyline of the city, with the Petronas Twin Towers in full view. 

Jumeirah Mina A'Salam (Madinat Jumeirah Resort, Dubai)


Have a luxurious view of the Arabian Gulf and the majestic Burj Al Arab right from your private balcony in this hotel. With rooms inspired by the country's sand dunes mixed with Bedouin traditions, the breathtaking view extends from the outside to within. Plus, if you want to experience the glorious water channels you can see from outside your window, the hotel also offers a boat ride for your indulgence.  

Hotel Mifujien (Fujikawaguchiko, Japan)


What better way to enjoy the beauty of Mt. Fuji than with traditional Japanese lodging complete with a hot spring? This hotel found in one of the Fuji Five Lakes towns offer just that. Visible in every room and even in both private and communal baths in the hotel, the experience is not only perfect for photographs but for every second you're living and breathing the sights.