London to Bangkok: The top 10 most 'Instagrammable' hotels to visit this summer

Here's the list of the most Instagram worthy hotels in the world

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As more and more millennials travel the world, one in six admit they chose a hotel based on its potential social media ‘brag-ability’, according to Mobile Travel Tracker research conducted by One Poll in November 2017. Hotels.com has revealed 10 of the most 'Instagrammable' hotels around the world.

The recent Mobile Travel Tracker report from Hotels.com found that millennials are spending on average 80 minutes a day on social media while on vacation and two thirds are on Instagram. 

Isabelle Pinson, vice president, EMEA at Hotels.com brand, said; “We all know the drill: You walk into your hotel room and before you’ve even checked out the mini bar, you’re setting up the perfect shot of the room and the crisp linen for Instagram.”

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“Our annual Hotels.com Mobile Travel Tracker report has revealed that now one in six people globally are choosing their next holiday destination based on social media #inspo. That’s why we thought it was time to create our own round-up of hotel hot shots,” she added.

Here's the full list:

1. St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London; UK -  Statement Staircase

2. Hotel Plaza Athenee; Paris - A Room with a View

3. Conrad Maldives Rangali Island; Maldives – The Underwater Restaurant

4. Hotel Fasano; Rio De Janeiro - The Pool Shot

 

A post shared by Cidade do Rio (@cidadedorio) on Oct 23, 2017 at 4:44am PDT

5. Jade Mountain Resort; St Lucia - The Bathroom Snap  

6. Villa Saraswati; Bali - The Luxury Shot

7. Barcelo Malaga; Malaga - The Playground Lobby  

 

A post shared by Barceló Málaga (@barcelomalaga) on May 7, 2018 at 3:15am PDT

8. The Icehotel; Sweden - Ice Bed

 

A post shared by Natalie (@natalieisalion) on May 22, 2018 at 6:55pm PDT

9. Bellagio; Las Vegas - The Location Tag

 

A post shared by Bellagio Las Vegas (@bellagio) on May 23, 2018 at 11:59am PDT

10. Lebua at State Tower; Bangkok - The Bar

 

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