NEW YORK (TheStreet) - For most people, an office means a tiny cubicle, harsh fluorescent lighting and a vending machine in a tiny break room. The lucky few who work at companies like Google (GOOGL - Get Report) and Facebook (FB - Get Report) enjoy sprawling campuses with sweeping views, luxury amenities and gourmet food.
There are some employers that have even cooler offices, according to a new report from Glassdoor, a Web site for job seekers that shares employee-written company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports and interview questions.
Click through the rest of this slideshow for an photos of 10 cool office spaces that will make you wish you worked there.
Amazon's (AMZN - Get Report) online shoe retailer, Zappos, has been recognized by Fortune as one of the best companies to work for - apparently it's one of the most fun places, too, with one Glassdoor reviewer saying that it's sometimes distracting to work there. The Las Vegas-based e-tailer introduced a UFO-shaped conference room in the center of its courtyard that can be booked for meetings.
HomeAway (AWAY) , the online vacation rental marketplace, has more than one million active rental listings in more than 190 countries across its portfolio of Web sites. The company's headquarters in Austin, Texas, has some pretty cool features. HomeAway built its own miniature roof with a hammock for working and relaxing.
Starbucks (SBUX) likes to boast that the coffee chain's more than 151,000 employees are its "partners" but most of them never get to enjoy the lavish office space. Here's a photo of the Sodo Kitchen, a full-service cafeteria at Starbucks' Seattle headquarters.
Work can be stressful and tedious and sometimes you just need a break. Salesforce.com (CRM - Get Report) , which manufactures customer relationship software, gets that. Here's a photo of the state-of-the-art kitchen in its new Hillsboro, Ore. offices. The company is reportedly on track to house up to 500 employees at the Oregon outpost.
Marketing software maker, HubSpot (HUBS - Get Report) , highlights its "fridge stocked with beer and snacks, foosball tables ready to roll, and coworkers talking passionately about how to transform marketing" to attract employees. Here's a picture of the Cambridge, Mass.-based company's modern lounge.
Lifestyle fashion company, JustFab, has an in-house photo studio where employees capture images for their online community. The Los Angeles-based company has a portfolio of brands, including: JustFab, FabKids, ShoeDazzle and Fabletics.
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-Written by Laurie Kulikowski in New York.