Millevista offers stunning destinations all across Europe. A hotel with a view in Greece combines Classical history and modern luxury. Why not visit the island of Kea, close to Athens, and with a view of Greece's iconic beauties? Our stunning Greek hotels will introduce you to the Aegean Sea with its Byzantine peninsulas, the thyme-covered hills of the Cyclades islands, and Ioulida itself, with its eclectic architecture and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Whether you wish for a location plunged in the midst of vineyards or overlooking a private beach, our collection of Greek hotels has something for everyone.
Try a Swiss hotel with lakeside views for pure Alpine air and serene waters. Beautiful parklands and gardens surround unforgettable spa hotels with a view of Switzerland's lakes. Our most luxurious hotels, housed in historic chateaux or opulent lodges, indulge guests with multiple restaurants and bars, ice-skating rinks and resident DJs in summer. But a hotel with views of Switzerland's Lake Geneva (Lake Leman to French-speakers) or Lake Maggiore needn't mean spending time exclusively on the water: many of our Alpine hotels are situated in prestigious skiing resorts like Gstaad, with luxury spas and restaurants in which to unwind.
Barcelona is a unique city for stunning accommodations, with Montjuïc's hillside offering hotels with a view of Spain's best-loved and most artistic city, and Barceloneta's seafront, an unexpected strip of golden sand and former fishing village, possessing many hotels with views of the Mediterranean sea. Staying in Montjuïc ensures that your hotel comes with a view of Spain's most stunning buildings by Antoni Gaudi: but Barceloneta puts you right in the gorgeous port. After a day exploring Modernista architecture like Casa Batllo and La Sagrada Familia, relax with delicious Catalonian food in your hotel's restaurant, or sip cocktails on your private balcony.
For a hotel with a view of Portugal's enchanting capital, consider our selection of hotels with great views of Lisbon's elegant, historic Chiado district, the centre of nineteenth-century Portugese romanticism. When getting ready to book, be sure your hotel has a view of Portugal's world-famous St George's Castle (the city's iconic symbol) and the River Tagus. This mythical river, which passes under the city's beautiful Vasco de Gamba bridge becomes even more magical at sunset, when its estuary, known as the "Straw Sea" sparkles in yellow and gold. A hotel in Lisbon means amazing Portugese food prepared by award-winning chefs, panoramic terraces and chic bars. You'll long to stay.