How often do you see friends or celebrities posting photos on social media from fancy hotels that you’d just die to check out… or check into? Does it seem like they’re all hitting up the same hot spots? Well, that might be because they are. In 2016, Instagram released a list of the most photographed and shared hotels in the world – it is a list full of incredible views, beautiful rooms, rooftop bars and gardens, luxurious pools, and breathtaking architecture. So, which hotels are the most Instagrammed in the world?
The Venetian Macao (China)
Not only is the Venetian Macao, located on the south coast of China, in possession of the largest casino in the world, but coming in at 10,500,000-square-feet and 39 stories, it’s also the seventh largest building in the world. In terms of architecture and interior design, the hotel is a copy of Las Vegas’ own Venetian, though it offers a host of unique features and attractions. The hotel houses a club called Paiza Club, designed to cater to its premium guests. The club comes with its own entrance, reception, a gorgeous lobby, and elevators to the rooms. The gaming area of the Paiza Club is divided into multiple private gaming rooms, all of which are named after notable Asian cities and regions including as Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur, all offering unique photo opportunities that make for ideal social media posts.
Ushuaia Beach Hotel (Ibiza)
A relatively small hotel compared to the other entries on this list, Ushuaia Beach Hotel in Ibiza is known as a paradise for clubbers, and with just over 200 rooms it feels more exclusive than some of the more massive hotels listed above. In actuality, the brand encompasses two hotels: The Ushuaia Club, opened in 2011, and The Ushuaia Tower, opened a year later in 2012. Both hotels are in Ibiza, and they are known as being hotspots for the biggest EDM parties in the world. In 2017, DJ Magazine ranked Ushuaia Club as one of the best clubs in the world, coming in at #6. With a capacity of 4000 people, it’s also one of the biggest clubs in Ibiza, and several of the hotel rooms offer balconies that overlook the incredible dance floor – a perfect opportunity to share snaps of your wild night out. Some of the biggest named in electronic dance music have played at the club, including Armin van Buuren, Axwell, David Guetta, Avicii, Martin Garrix, Oliver Heldens, and others.