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What's Your Favorite Room with a View? #810282 03/08/13 01:59 PM
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Mine is in New Hampshire's White Mountains, in the Frost Room at Snowvillage Inn, in Snowville, near Conway. You can read about it here . What hotel have you stayed in with million-dollar views?

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Re: What's Your Favorite Room with a View? [Re: Barbara - Luxury Travel] #819192 05/02/13 08:10 PM
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Sixteen is the restaurant at the Trump Hotel Chicago looks out at the Tribune Tower and Wrigley Tower.

Re: What's Your Favorite Room with a View? [Re: Barbara - Luxury Travel] #931105 06/12/19 05:14 AM
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[b]As a nature lovers below are few of the hotels with awe-inspiring view : [/b]

[*][b]Fishtail Lodge - Pokhara, Nepal[/b]
Fishtail Lodge is the only lodge situated on the pristine southern shore of the Phewa Lake. The lodge is looking into the 4.4 sq Phewa Lake and the Pokhara valley with Himalayan background. The room at the Lodge offers one of the best view of Annapurna range. Annapurna range including the 10th highest in the world Annapurna I (8.090 m)

[*][b]Everest View Hotel - Khumjung, Nepal[/b]
Everest view hotel is the luxury at the highest point in the world. The hotel at 3,800 m is overlooking at the Mt Everest, Lhotse, Amadablam, Thamsherku and other snow peaks. The hotel is situated in Everest national park which is one of the UNESCO Heritage site in Nepal. One can get there by flying to Lukla airport and with short 2 days trek. It is also popular to take a helicopter flight to Everest base camp and have breakfast at the hotel.

[*][b]Barahi Jungle Lodge - Chitwan, Nepal[/b]
Barahi jungle Lodge is in the outskirt of Chitwan National park which is enlisted as UNESCO Heritage for it shelters the last no of Royal Bengal Tigers and Asian Single horned Rhinos. Unlike many other lodges, this is luxury lodge situated in the pristine side of the jungle where you can only hear roar of the wild animals and chirping of birds. Suite room has private infinity pool and rain shower with private butler to cater. All with a view of dense jungle across the River watching the animals coming out to drink.

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