Whether your next event takes you to destinations near or far, why not make the most of your home-away-from-home by situating yourself in a room with a view of a world-famous landmark? Here are some of our top picks.
The Kimpton Everly, Hollywood
Located at the foot of the Hollywood Hills, The Kimpton Everly might be the perfect place from which to soak up the many and varied sights of Tinseltown. Whether you’re hoping to gaze upon the El Lay skyline or glimpse the Hollywood sign, guest rooms at this property will have you front and center. The property offers ample meeting space, too, with a 515-square-foot boardroom and two meeting rooms of 2,200 sq. ft. each.
Salish Lodge & Spa, Snoqualmie, Washington
Set amid the Douglas firs of Snoqualmie, Washington, this lodging is likely the most surprising inclusion on our list. But, for fans of the cult classic Twin Peaks, the majestic 268-foot Snoqualmie falls are instantly recognizable.
If iconic Room 315 is unavailable, fear not; all guest rooms have recently undergone a $12 million renovation, so there’ll be plenty to write home about—besides the cherry pie, that is. The property’s meeting spaces can accommodate groups of up to 180 people.
Cavallo Point, Sausalito, San Francisco
If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair, and to find the room with the best view of the Golden Gate Bridge. Those at this luxury property—once a military post—in Sausalito offer stunning views of San Francisco, San Francisco Bay and Golden Gate Bridge. The property’s meeting spaces can accommodate between 10 and 300 people.
The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa, Edinburgh, Scotland
Right in the heart of Edinburgh, The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa looks out on the magnificent Edinburgh Castle. Room 735 is said to offer the best views. The property offers fourteen meeting rooms.
Savoy Hotel, London, England
Dating from the 1880s, the Savoy Hotel in London is itself a landmark. Guests of The Savoy Suite and The Royal Suite will have the best views of Big Ben, as well as the London Eye and the Thames. The property’s function rooms will accommodate between 60 and 800 people.