These 22 Hotels With Views Of Iconic Landmarks Are Perfect If You Hate Crowds

These 22 Hotels With Views Of Iconic Landmarks Are Perfect If You Hate Crowds

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Hilton Athens — Acropolis, Athens

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Even though the Acropolis isn’t really trying to hide from anyone by sitting on top of a limestone hill in Athens, it’s rare you find yourself sitting at a rooftop bar mirroring it with a clear line of sight to the monument. Hilton Athens offers that differing perspective, so take advantage of it at the Galaxy Bar.

Address: 46 Vassilissis Sofias Ave, Athens, 11528, Greece

Rooms starting at: $145+


Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah — Burj Al Arab, Dubai

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Though the Burj Al Arab may itself be a hotel, it’s an iconic part of the Dubai skyline and deserves a shout. The Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah has a direct view across the Persian Gulf and onto the Burj Al Arab, and a sunset over this view is arguably more spectacular than the building in the distance. Plus, the beachfront property will serve you well during those blazing summer months.

Address: Crescent Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Rooms starting at: $263+


Andaz Tokyo — Tokyo Tower, Tokyo

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The Andaz Tokyo has direct view of the Tokyo Tower, which is a symbol of Japan’s post-war rise to a major economic power. The hotel itself stands 52 stories high, and if you want the best view of the tower, head straight to the rooftop bar on the top floor. Or, stop one floor short of that for The Tavern where you can devour some Japanese snow-aged beef.

Address: 1-23-4, Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, 105-0001

Rooms starting at: $376+


Hilton Budapest — Hungarian Parliament Building, Budapest

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This hotel may have one of the best looks at the Hungarian Parliament Building in the entire city. The ornate building is pressed up against the Danube River, and the Hilton Budapest is up above the other bank, housed in an old 13th century church overlooking the stunning Budapest icon. Swing by the hotel’s LÁNG Bistro & Grill if you want some traditional Hungarian eats.

Address: Hess András tér 1-3, Budapest, H-1014 Hungary

Rooms starting at: $94+


Hilton Toronto — CN Tower, Toronto

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Situated right in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Hilton Toronto looks up at the city’s most iconic white pointy building: the CN Tower. If heading up to the1,465-foot (447-meter) SkyPod observation deck is a little too high for you, the hotel has a much lower poolside view, complete with poolside beverages, of course.

Address: 145 Richmond St W, Toronto, Ontario M5H 2L2, Canada

Rooms starting at: $151+

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