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Restaurants with Million-Dollar Views

Most scenic restaurants around the world

Frankfurt, 11. December 2018 – Whether travelers enjoy a good mountain vista, a spot to watch the sun set over the city or favor a table overlooking the sea, WorldHotels™ has put together a list of the best spots to dine with a view.

Caravelle Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Every two months, Reflections drafts a new menu of specials starring the best of seasonal produce. Claiming a discreet perspective above one of the city’s most prominent intersections, this third-floor restaurant is a fitting space to reflect on the changing faces of Vietnam. Photographs on the walls pay tribute to Saigon’s heritage, and patrons have a front row view of the lights of Lam Son Square and the Saigon Opera House.

Grand Hotel Savoia, Genoa, Italy

The elegant Ristorante Salgari offers traditional Italian cuisine. In summer, guests are able to sit outside on the terrace and enjoy the view over the city. The restaurant offers excellent dishes of fresh fish that the chef chooses each morning at the best fish stalls in the port of Genoa.

Elite World Asia Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey

The a la carte restaurant Grill Ocakbasi is located on the top floor of Elite World Asia Hotel with amazing views of the sea and the Princess Islands. Grill Ocakbasi offers a variety of grilled meat dishes and appetizers cooked over a coal fire. Guests can enjoy international and local desserts, as well as pasta, pizza and fish dishes against a backdrop of wonderful scenery.

Stamford Plaza Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia

The Brasserie on the River offers stunning riverside dining. It is the perfect place to soak up the idyllic river ambience and sensational river vistas. A specialty of the house is high tea, served on a three-tiered stand for morning tea. On Saturday and Sunday afternoons, the chocolate high tea buffet is pure indulgence.

Harbour Grand Kowloon, Hong Kong, China

Set against the spectacular backdrop of Victoria Harbour, Waterfront Bar & Terrace is the perfect dinner spot with million-dollar views. Guests relax and unwind on the outdoor terrace and savor beers from around the world, alongside a variety of wines and refreshing cocktails, combined with European dining delights.

Stamford Grand Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia

Stamford Grand Adelaide is located right on the beach front of Adelaide’s popular beach. Its restaurant, The Promenade, and its cocktail bar, Horizons Cocktail Lounge, all share stunning, panoramic views of Glenelg beach and the historic Glenelg jetty. Besides the breathtaking view, both outlet’s menus feature the best local seasonal seafood and South Australian produce.

RIHGA Royal Hotel Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan

The dining bar, RIHGA TOP, is located on the 33rd floor of the RIHGA Royal Hotel Hiroshima, which offers spectacular views of Hiroshima, Seto Lake and Hiroshima Castle. Guests enjoy not only delicious cocktails in the bar, but also dishes from all over the world and the view of Hiroshima's glittering lights.

Beach Hotel, Noordwijk aan Zee, Netherlands

Forget St. Tropez and Marbella; Noordwijk aan Zee travelers experience the best of Ibiza in Holland. The beach pavilion Beachclub O. offers everything guests need: a light lunch on the sunny terrace, an exclusive dinner or a fine glass of wine with the most delicious bites at sunset. And this comes all with the perfect view - Noordwijk aan Zee has been listed as one of the 21 best beaches by National Geographic.

Fleming's Selection Hotel Frankfurt City, Frankfurt, Germany

The restaurant LugInsLand offers a rooftop terrace and is located in the heart of Frankfurt. From the restaurant, guests can watch the beautiful skyline view. Frankfurt am Main ("Frankfurt on the Main") is the only city in Germany with a skyline that shapes the cityscape. The restaurant offers grill and seafood specialties, light wok dishes, delicious pasta creations and vegetarian dishes in an elegant ambience.

Grand Ferdinand, Vienna, Austria

In the same vein as the private salons that were once held in Vienna at the end of the 19th century, the Grand Ferdinand’s third culinary hot-spot is an exclusive one, reserved for hotels guests, their visitors and club members. On Sundays and selected public holidays only, the Grand Étage opens its doors for a special brunch for nonmembers. The Grand Étage is home to a terrace bar perched high above Vienna’s rooftops, with views of St. Stephen’s Cathedral and the famous Ringstrasse.