The three best are the three best films in the series(but not necissarily in that order). This is my "Hotel sequence" order.
Quantum of Solace
Bond returns to find Field dead in a very brutal way(great homage to GF), has words with M, gives up his weapon and has appeared to have his "00" licence rescinded. What happens next is one of the coolest moments in Bond cinema; he owns four MI6 agents in an elevator while bound by hand restraints. He breaks free and confronts M in a most badass scene. She threatens him that he will be caught and he pays her no mind, easily escaping capture by sneaking around a well-lit hotel the way only our beloved 007 can.
From Russia With Love
Classic; Bond arrives as the Bond theme is playing loudly. He doesn't like the room he is initially given after inspecting it, is threatened with being givenb the bridal suite. Suprisingly, Bond gladly accepts giving it a chance and is satisfied with it. He orders room service and uncaringly throws his belongings wherever he pleases.
Some really good scenes involving Bond. He retrieves his Aston Martin DBS(best car in the series), puts on his tuxedo(Bond theme subtly playing) and doesn't smile when Vesper laughs at him(hard-edged coolness), and gets into a fight later that ensues while the two combatants are falling down a stairwell. After he disposes both of the assassins he then goes back to his room, swallows a glass, and while bloodied and bruised just stares at himself.
Other standouts involve OHMSS(great fight sequence along with the cake tasting) and to a lesser degree TB.
I agree with all of these. I loved both hotel sequences in QUANTUM OF SOLACE. Forster filmed them which such class. They were beautiful. I really enjoyed the CASINO ROYALE scenes as well, marvellous direction.
I LOVE the scene in TOMORROW NEVER DIES as well, where Bond is sitting getting slowing drunk, in an open necked tux and with a silenced PPK by his side. That screams Bond to me.