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Massive metropolises like San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego or Seattle are best experienced from vantage points that offer the best views in town. If you’re searching for picturesque pockets that overlook a city skyline, local landmark or natural wonder, you’ve come to the right place. If you own a vacation rental property in one of these locations, share these tips in your guest guidebook.

High Rooftop Lounge: Venice Beach, Los Angeles

Situated at the top of Hotel Erwin, a boutique hotel that overlooks the Pacific Ocean, High is Venice Beach’s only rooftop lounge and bar, and it provides striking vistas of this Bohemia-by-the-beach. Come here at dusk for romantic views of the rocky coastline as the sun sets over the ocean. Comfortable sofas await you on High’s sun terrace; grab a cocktail and take in the view. From here, observe the patchwork of towering palm trees and landscaped lawns that line the boardwalk.

Grand View Park: Sunset District, San Francisco

This small, elevated park provides breathtaking views that encompass the Golden Gate City’s soaring downtown skyscrapers and Lake Merced, located southwest of the city. Climb the twisting trail to the top of the enclosure for a stunning view of San Francisco. You can enter the park to the east side via the mosaic-covered steps at 16th Avenue and Moraga, which consist of thousands of handmade tiles, inspired by the Selaron Steps in Rio de Janeiro. 

Cabrillo National Monument: Point Loma, San Diego

Head to Cabrillo National Monument, located at the southern end of Point Loma, for a pretty panorama of America’s Finest City. In the winter, you can view the snow-capped mountains in the distance; in the summer, scores of ships land at nearby Coronado Island. Nicknamed the “Plymouth Rock of the West”, the statue, which commemorates the arrival of explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo at San Diego Bay in 1542, provides colossal views of the San Diego region and beyond.

The Pink Door: Pike Place Market, Seattle

With its Parisian decor and burlesque shows, The Pink Door is an independent restaurant that lures hungry diners who want affordable Italian-American grub in downtown Seattle. Come here for lunch and sit down at a table on the restaurant’s outdoor deck, which will wow you with views of Puget Sound. Thirsty after a long day sightseeing? Sip a glass of wine and watch Seattle-Bremerton ferries travel across Elliot Bay.

Coit Tower: Telegraph Hill, San Francisco

Coit Tower’s observation deck yields unparalleled scenic lookouts of San Francisco. The 210-foot Telegraph Hill tower, guarded by a statue of Christopher Columbus, faces the city’s dense skyline and was inducted into the National Register of Historic Places in 2008. Comprising three concrete cylinders and encompassed by trees, the art deco monument offers perspectives of Bay Bridge, Russian Hill, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz.

Griffith Park: Los Feliz, Los Angeles

In a city full of superstar landmarks, Griffith Park is a must-see attraction. Nestled in the hills that overlook Los Angeles, Griffith Park provides 360-degree views of the City of Angels, taking in downtown skyscrapers, the Santa Monica Mountains, and the Griffith Observatory.

You don’t always have to travel across town to find the best city vistas: Pillow properties come with pretty epic views, too. In fact, the living room in your short-term rental might offer a better view than a century-old skyscraper or national monument.

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