11 of Instagram’s Most Photographed Hotels
These hotels belong on your vacation bucket list!
One of the best parts of going on vacation is taking photos and cherishing memories. But usually, those memorable photos are taken of anything but the hotel. Well, with the number of times that these 11 hotels have been posted on Instagram, they’re a must-see for any vacation. According to Forbes, these are Instagram’s most photographed hotels.
Marina Bay Sands Singapore—Singapore
Picture yourself 57 floors up overlooking the glistening Singapore skyline from the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool. That’s exactly what you can expect at the most Instagrammed hotel in the world: Marina Bay Sands Singapore. After you go for a refreshing swim in one of the world’s most beautiful infinity pools, relax and sunbathe poolside and sip on champagne. Don’t miss these other incredible infinity pools around the world.
Bellagio—Las Vegas, NV
By just standing outside of Bellagio, you get a taste of its incredible interior. Whether or not you’re staying at the hotel, visitors can experience “the most ambitious, choreographically complex water feature ever conceived,” as Bellagio’s website describes its colorful fountains. Inside the Bellagio, you can enjoy brunch at Lago or any other of the hotel’s delicious restaurants then relax at the spa, pool, or private cabanas. Here are some other must-see Las Vegas attractions that have nothing to do with gambling.
The Venetian Las Vegas—Las Vegas, NV
Buon giorno! Take a step into The Venetian Las Vegas, and you will truly feel like you are in Venice, Italy. Everywhere you look, there are breathtaking sculptures and artwork, but perhaps one of the most impressive attractions in the hotel is St. Mark’s Square. “The most remarkable and noteworthy sights of Venice—the Bridge of Sighs, the Campanile Tower, the Rialto Bridge, the Doge’s Palace, and many others–are replete with intricate and fascinating details that tell the proud story of this ancient site of art, learning, and trade,” reads the hotel’s website. And trust us, there’s so much more you won’t want to miss out on. (You NEED to see these hotels with absolutely stunning views.)
Atlantis, The Palm—Dubai
Whether you’re sliding down the 9-story tall mega-slide through a clear tunnel surrounded by sharks and cownose rays or down the world’s largest water slide, Acquaconda, you’ll never find yourself bored at Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai. Located on its own private island, this incredible hotel features an aquarium with 65,000 marine animals and opportunities to snorkel and swim with sharks. But don’t expect your dinner reservation to be too private—you’ll be surrounded by transparent walls housing thousands of fish and other marine life. Regardless of age, the massive, the gorgeous hotel is the perfect getaway for the entire family. (During your stay, you should probably keep this list of things you can and can’t steal from your hotel room handy.)
MGM Grand Las Vegas—Las Vegas, NV
Forget about ever needing to leave the hotel at MGM Grand Las Vegas—everything you need is right downstairs. MGM Grand Las Vegas is home to Hakkasan Nightclub, where famous DJs like Steve Aoki, Calvin Harris, Tiesto, and Hardwell perform. When you’re not at the nightclub, the hotel also offers a David Copperfield magic show, a comedy club, interactive golfing, KÀ by Cirque du Soleil, 6.5 acres of swimming pools, whirlpools, waterfalls, and so much more.
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas—Las Vegas, NV
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is the place to be year-round. Its rooftop is home to Marquee Nightclub and Dayclub. Both clubs are well-known for booking world-renowned DJs, and the Day Club even transforms into a beach club with an incredible infinity pool during the summer. Just when you think that’s it—there’s more. During the colder months, the pool turns into an ice rink surrounded by fire pits, where you can roast marshmallows with a gorgeous view of the Las Vegas skyline. Sign us up! (We have a few more hotels to add to your bucket list—and they’re underwater.)
Wynn Las Vegas—Las Vegas, NV
Wynn isn’t the highest rated resort company in the world without reason—its hotels definitely live up to their awards, and Wynn Las Vegas is a perfect example of that. Whether you’re looking for nightclubs, lounges, shows, displays, or live music, this hotel has it all. Featuring famous DJs like Skrillex, David Guetta, and more, you won’t want to miss out on their incredible live music. If you’re looking for a more relaxed evening, not to worry—there are plenty of spas, salons, pools, and luxury shopping opportunities. In other words, we need to book a room ASAP. (Here are some hotel booking secrets to remember next time you’re planning a trip.)
Caesars Palace—Las Vegas, NV
Spanning 85 acres, Caesars Palace is of the largest hotels on the Strip. From Italian statues, gorgeous fountains, exquisite columns to an upscale cocktail bar at VISTA, the popular Forum Shops, and OMNIA nightclub, there’s definitely a lot to see at Caesars. After a long day, pamper yourself at Qua Baths & Spa or at the Garden of the Gods Pool Oasis. Dine at the award-winning Bacchanal Buffet, go shopping at the popular Forum Shops, or enjoy one of many amazing shows at The Colosseum. (By the way, you won’t want to miss these strange and unique hotels around the world.)
Fontainebleau Miami Beach—Miami Beach, FL
“Situated on oceanfront Collins Avenue in the heart of Millionaire’s Row, Fontainebleau Miami Beach is one of the most historically and architecturally significant hotels on Miami Beach,” reads Fontainebleau’s website. Their claim isn’t hard to believe—the hotel is also part of the American Institute of Architects’ list of “America’s Favorite Architecture.” When you’re not busy snapping photos, guests can enjoy the hotel’s 11 oceanfront pools, poolside bars, 40,000 square foot spa, and 12 restaurants. Plus, what’s better than 20-acres of ocean views? (Speaking of ocean views, these beautiful beaches have the clearest water in the world.)
Paris Las Vegas—Las Vegas, NV
Well, Las Vegas clearly has a reputation for having “Instagram famous” hotels—but we can definitely see why. Paris is never a bad idea, even if it’s in Las Vegas. Paris Las Vegas is probably best known for its beautiful Eiffel Tower replica (which is definitely Instagram-worthy). The luxury hotel also has six bars and lounges (including a rooftop bar), a spa, pool, salon, and even chocolate tastings. We know, how could you resist?
Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel—Ibiza, Spain
If you love swimming and going to concerts, you’ll love Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel. This unique hotel is best known for throwing incredible open-air pool parties at their beach club with some of the best DJs in the world. While the inside of the hotel is luxurious and the pools are vast, The Stage will always remain, “the heart of Ushuaia,” says their website. (Have you seen the smallest hotel in the world? It has a maximum occupancy of two!)