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View: Soufriere Bay and the Pitons. The small fishing village of Soufriere and its beautiful bay are dominated by the Petit Piton, one of the two impressive volcanic plugs covered in vegetation that have become the symbol of St. Lucia. The lava necks, both of which can be seen on the photo, are located in a World Heritage Site and are separated by the Piton Mitan ridge. Seen from: The Room

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 View: Soufriere Bay and the Pitons. The small fishing village of Soufriere and its beautiful bay are dominated by the Petit Piton, one of the two impressive volcanic plugs covered in vegetation that have become the symbol of St. Lucia. The lava necks, both of which can be seen on the photo, are located in a World Heritage Site and are separated by the Piton Mitan ridge.
Seen from: The Room
View: The Tetons is a mountain range part of the Rocky Mountains formed six to eight million years ago by the shifting of the Earth crust along the Teton fault. The area has been the setting for several movies, including a number of westerns, and is now a major ski destination.
Seen from: The Cottonwoods Villa View: Squaw Valley is one of the largest ski resorts in the U.S., attracting some 600,000 skiers every year. However, it’s not only a winter destination: the Valley is home to a number of summer festivals and a top destination for hiking and stargazing.
Seen from: The Fireplace Suite View: Breckenridge Ski Resort was founded in late 1961, and is now one of the most popular ski resorts in the world.  It features 30 lifts covering over 2,300 skiable acres and 155 runs, over a third of which are tagged as “expert” level. The area gets an average of 300 inches of snow per year.
Seen from: The Two-Bedroom Suite View: The conically-shaped Arenal is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, with ash columns, rumbling and lava flows happening almost on a daily basis. It was thought to be dormant for a long time, but it completely wiped off the map the village of Tabacon in the summer of 1968, and has remained very active since. However, seismologists say it’s unlikely to cause large damage in the next couple of decades as its activity appears to be decreasing.
Seen from: This photo was taken from the Family Suite, but all rooms have volcano views. View: The Diamond Head is a volcanic tuff cone on the island of Oahu. It got its name from the calcite crystals found on its sides, which British sailors in the 19th century mistook for diamonds. The fairly easy hiking trails that lead to the crater rim, and the stunning views it offers have made it one of the top tourist attractions on the island.
Seen from: The Diamond Head View Premium Room View: San Jacinto is a mountain range and a National Monument in Southern California partly owned by the Cahuilla Indians, who use the land for hunting and foraging. The natural and cultural resources of the eastern side are protected by the Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy.
Seen from: The Presidential Suite View: Tiny Rutherford is surrounded by wonderful wineries sprawling over rolling hills. The beauty of Napa Valley, one of the world’s best wine-growing regions, is striking at any time of the year, but especially during the harvest season (September and October) and spring.
Seen from: The Upper Valley View Room View: Deer Valley is annually ranked among the best alpine ski resorts in North America, with 21 lifts, 113 runs, and a skiable area of over 2,000 acres. It was a venue site during the 2002 Winter Olympics and hosts many ski competitions throughout the winter, but the area is also popular among hikers, bikers and families during the warmer months.
Seen from: The Deluxe King Room View: The Red Rocks are some of the most spectacular rock formations in the South, with impressive buttes and desert cliffs. The Red Rock State Park has a network of trails totaling 5 miles, year-round exhibits, a movie theater and picnic areas, and has become the main attraction in Sedona.
Seen from: The Vista Cottage. You can also get this view from the balcony. View: Soufriere Bay and the Pitons. The small fishing village of Soufriere and its beautiful bay are dominated by the Petit Piton, one of the two impressive volcanic plugs covered in vegetation that have become the symbol of St. Lucia. The lava necks, both of which can be seen on the photo, are located in a World Heritage Site and are separated by the Piton Mitan ridge.
Seen from: The Room
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