12 Restaurants To Go Drinking With Perfect Scenery

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A room with a view is old news. Right up there with “location, location, location” is the truism that stunning vistas—especially from public spaces for socializing and relaxing—make a hotel a destination. But some new hotels, and some classics, are upping the ante. Their bars are designed to maximize views so extraordinary—scenes you’d hike miles to take in—that the bar becomes secondary. That flute of bubbles or high-concept cocktail seems almost (but not quite) beside the point.

Grace Santorini, Greece
Grace Santorini, Greece
Ozone at the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Ozone at the Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong
Toiny Beach Club, St. Barth
Toiny Beach Club, St. Barth
Top of the Gate at the Watergate Hotel, Washington, DC
Top of the Gate at the Watergate Hotel, Washington, DC
T Bar at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como, Italy
T Bar at the Grand Hotel Tremezzo, Lake Como, Italy
Vertigo Too at Banyan Tree Bangkok
Vertigo Too at Banyan Tree Bangkok
Beau Rivage Palace, Lausanne, Switzerland
Beau Rivage Palace, Lausanne, Switzerland
Salon de Ning at the Peninsula New York
Salon de Ning at the Peninsula New York
Mukul, Nicaragua - Mukul (photograph by Ryan Forbes)
Mukul, Nicaragua – Mukul (photograph by Ryan Forbes)
La Dolce Vitae at the Majestic Hotel, Barcelona
La Dolce Vitae at the Majestic Hotel, Barcelona
Tierra Patagonia, Chile
Tierra Patagonia, Chile
180blu at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, California
180blu at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel, California

 

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