These are the most Instagrammed hotels in the world
When you see these pictures, you’ll understand why.
1. Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris
A quick scroll through this hotel’s Instagram feed reveals exactly why it’s number one: its interiors are impeccable and there are flowers EVERYWHERE. And who doesn’t love a flower hashtag?
2. Fasano Hotel, Rio, Brazil
With an infinity pool overlooking the ocean and the incredible Sugarloaf mountains, this hotel is quintessential Rio.
3. The Saguaro, Palm Springs, California
You’ve probably seen this hotel on Instagram during Coachella, when everyone you know seems to be in the pool while you freeze back home in Australia.
4. Hotel Hermitage, Monte Carlo
If you’ve ever wondered how the other half live, you should skip the casino and head to the Hotel Hermitage in Monte Carlo instead. With décor fit for a queen, there’s no detail here that’s been overlooked.
5. Semara Luxury Villa Resort
Yes, it’s another Bali resort, but a glorious one at that! Comprising seven luxury villas, it’s also the perfect spot for a wedding because you can hire the whole place out. Imagine that?!
6. Laucala Island Resort, Fiji
You can only reach this resort by six-seater plane, so you’ll feel like a rockstar even arriving here. Is it any wonder people want to document the experience on Instagram?
7. Le Martinez, Cannes, France
This is where the rich and famous play during Cannes Film Festival. For the rest of us plebs, the incredible architecture coupled with the beachfront location make it totally Insta-worthy – even if you’re not actually staying there.
8. Park Hyatt, Shanghai
Sadly the Park Hyatt in Shanghai isn’t active on Instagram – yet. Luckily, everyone else appears to be documenting the luxury hotel, which sits atop one of the highest buildings in the city.
9. One&Only Reethi Rah, Maldives
When your breakfast view looks like this, why do you even need to leave your hotel? This gorgeous resort, situated in the Maldives, is the stuff dreams are made of.
10. Royal Mirage, Dubai
Of course a hotel in Dubai had to make the list. The city isn’t known for its lack of luxury – and this hotel certainly lives up to the hype.