Insta stays: Hotelier's list of most 'instagrammable' hotels in the Middle East decided to put together our list of hotels that are the most "Insta-worthy" in the region

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Are you a stickler for the perfect holiday pictures for your social media? Recent research reveals 40% of millennial travellers are choosing their next travel destination based on how “Instagrammable” the holiday will be. has put together a list of the most 'Insta-worthy' hotels in the region. 

Emirates Palace by Kempinski, Abu Dhabi, UAE


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Alila Jabal Akhdar, Oman

Six Senses Zighy Bay Oman’s luxury Dhahab

Six Senses Zighy Bay, Muscat, Oman

One&Only The Palm, Dubai, UAE

One&Only Royal Mirage, Dubai, UAE

Hotelier Middle East online editor Sarakshi Rai says: The One and Only combines modernity with the beauty of old Arabia, making for a pleasant stay and even better pictures.

Al Maha, A Luxury Collection Desert Resort, Dubai, UAE

Hotelier Express and Qatar Editor Diane Fermin-Roeder believes it's the perfect way to 'glamp'.

Anantara Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort, UAE

Amanjena, Marrakech, Morocco 


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Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Zaya Nurai Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Caterer Middle East editor Claudia de Brito says: "The crystal clear blue waters remind me of the Maldives."


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Bab Al Shams, Dubai, UAE

Viceroy Palm Jumeirah Dubai, UAE


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Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, UAE

Editorial Director Robert Willock says, "The new Atlantis Resort and Residences coming up looks even more spectacular."

Burj Al Arab, Dubai, UAE


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JW Marriott Marquis, Dubai, UAE

Sheraton Grand Doha, Qatar

The Torch, Doha, Qatar


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