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What you’ll fork out at the world’s most photographed hotels


Most Instagrammed hotels, Michelin eateries REVEALED

If you’re missing travel as much as we are (which is a lot), you’ll no doubt be missing the joy of staying in hotels. 

 

Burj Al Arab

 

So while you were browsing images of hotels and resorts across the globe, UK-based Inkifi got busy compiling a list of the world’s most photographed properties – or to be more precise, the most Instagrammed hotels using hashtag data. 

 

Topping its list of the top 50 hotels was Dubai’s Burj Al Arab Jumeira, which garnered 1,828,532 Instagram hashtags, Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, which held four of the top ten spots on the list. 

 

The US dominated proceedings with 17 hotels inside the top 50, while the UK also did well with six properties represented. Australia, meanwhile, failed to register a single property in the index. 

 

But this wasn’t a beauty contest, rather a pick of the most popular, accessible and occasionally spectacular hotels. 

 

Marina Bay Sands

  

So without further ado, here are the top ten properties, along with the average cost for a one night stay at each of the hotels.  

  

Hotel

Country

Price per night (AUD)

No of hashtags

Burj Al Arab Jumeira, Dubai

UAE

From $1,759.33

1,828,532

Marina Bay Sands

Singapore

From $459.54

1,765,401

Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas

USA

From $136.75

1,567,717

MGM Grand, Las Vegas

USA

From $231.34

1,476,654

Wynn Las Vegas, Las Vegas

USA

From $242.98

471,863

Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

UAE

From $288

338,745

The Venetian, Las Vegas

USA

From $282.75

257,279

Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi

UAE

From $393

195,707

Waldorf Astoria, New York

USA

Closed for renovation

187,954

Atlantis Bahamas, Nassau 

Bahamas

From $886.27

147,641

Prices accurate as of 18 June 2020

 

To see the full list of properties, visit www.inkifi.com/travel-guide/#hotels

 

Meanwhile, Inkifi also identified the world’s most Instagrammed Michelin-starred restaurants, which included Eleven Madison Park in New York, Osteria Francescana in Modena, Italy, and the eatery with the most hashtags (68,607), London’s Sketch, famed for its quirky interior.

 

With 16 restaurants inside the top 50, French eateries however proved to be the king of photographed fine fare.

 

Here’s the full list of establishments along with images of some of their imaginative dishes – www.inkifi.com/travel-guide/#restaurants

 

Have you stayed in any of these hotels or eaten at any of these restaurants? 

 

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Written by: Mark Harada
Published: 27 July 2020


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