It’s no secret that photos of aesthetically pleasing restaurants have flooded the feeds of Instagram. Whether it’s a uniquely presented dish or a breathtaking view, diners around the world are documenting their meals on social media and secretly inspiring FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) in all their friends and family. If your clients are looking for a vacation destination with a side of Instagram-worthy dining views, here are a few hotels and resorts serving up just that.
5. Pebble Beach Resorts
With well over 10 restaurants spread across The Lodge at Pebble Beach and The Inn at Spanish Bay, guests at these California properties, which together make up the Pebble Beach Resorts, can treat their tastebuds to a wide variety of food while feasting their eyes on sunset views over the water. Taking advantage of the resort’s Central Coast setting, most Pebble Beach restaurants feature expansive windows and open patios overlooking the Monterey shoreline or the property’s golf course.
Nightly rates start at $790 per night. For more information, visit pebblebeach.com.
4. Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa
Located on Singer Island, between Jupiter and West Palm Beach, Florida, the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa is an all-suite oceanfront property encompassing 20 floors and 191 suites and featuring three onsite restaurants all with views of the Atlantic. In addition to a tiki bar and a poolside restaurant, this resort offers guests tropical cuisine at the casual but chic 3800 Ocean, an all-day dining venue with both indoor and outdoor seating, which is set above the property’s private white sand beach. Diners at 3800 Ocean can expect seasonal, locally sourced American cuisine with an extensive wine list and fine spirits.
Nightly rates at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa start at $477. For more information, visit marriott.com.
3. Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa
Perched high up on Scottsdale, Arizona’s Camelback Mountain, the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa offers views of its unique terrain and desert landscape from nearly every corner of the property. Both Elements, the resort’s signature restaurant, and Jade Bar are designed to make the most of this location with wraparound glass walls allowing panoramic views of the mountain and Paradise Valley. In the case of Jade Bar, guests can expect to sip on their cocktails on a cantilevered floor that juts out from the mountain side, seemingly floating over the desert views below. Elements features farm-fresh American cuisine with Asian accents presented by Food Network star and chef Beau MacMillan.
Rates start at $599 per night. For more information, visit sanctuaryoncamelback.com.
2. Harbor View Hotel
The appropriately named Harbor View Hotel has been a fixture on Martha’s Vineyard since 1891, boasting a prime location in Edgartown that overlooks the harbor. With the nearly floor-to-ceiling windows of the hotel’s signature restaurant, which will soon receive a new name following renovations, guests can enjoy the perfectly framed views of the Edgartown Lighthouse and Chappaquiddick Island while they munch on New England style cuisine featuring local ingredients from island farms and fishing boats.
Although the property is currently closed as it undergoes renovations, when it reopens on May 1, 2019, nightly rates will start at $339. For more information, visit harborviewhotel.com.
1. Whiteface Lodge
Tucked into the Adirondacks’ High Peaks region in Lake Placid, New York, travelers will find Whiteface Lodge, a property that draws inspiration from the Adirondack Great Camps of the 19th century with its rustic timber design. Surrounded by protected woodlands, several of the five food and beverage venues at Whiteface Lodge offer views of the area’s trees and mountains, as well as Lake Placid. In the KANU Dining Room guests will be welcomed with high vaulted ceilings and a wall of windows that overlooks the property’s wooded grounds offering an ever-changing view as the seasons move from winter white to the greens of spring and summer and eventually to the reds and golds of fall.
Rates start at $318 per night. For more information, visit thewhitefacelodge.com.