- 1 / 1110. The Venetian MacaoGambling is illegal all over China with the exception of the autonomous region of Macao. Millions of people flock to the island’s Cotai neighborhood to try their luck at over 30 casinos, making Macao’s gambling scene roughly five times more profitable than in Las Vegas. The Venetian Macao is the area’s largest casino—which is probably why it was the 10th most Instagrammed hotel in the world.
Plan Your Trip: MacaoCourtesy of The Venetian Macao
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- 4 / 117. Fontainebleau Miami BeachBuilt in the 1950s, the Fontainebleau Miami Beach hotel has developed a rich history in the area. When it first opened, it was the largest hotel in South Florida. For 25 years it operated without any signage because it was so well-known. In 2012, the hotel was awarded as the Top Building in Florida by the American Institute of Architects.
Plan Your Trip: MiamiCourtesy of Fontainebleau Miami Beach
- 5 / 116. Paris Las Vegas Hotel & CasinoFor those of us living in the United States, a trip to Las Vegas is much more affordable than a flight to Paris—which may be why you’ll find so many photos on Instagram of Paris Las Vegas Hotel’s Eiffel Tower replica. The French-inspired decor lets you treat yourself to a Parisian-like experience without the price tag.
Plan Your Trip: Las VegasCourtesy of Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
- 6 / 115. Caesar’s Palace Las VegasCaesar’s Palace Las Vegas is still reaping the benefits of its prominence in the movie The Hangover back in 2009. Visitors often ask for the Hangover suite (spoiler: it doesn’t exist) and quote the movie’s main character Allen, played by Zach Galifianakis, when checking in by asking if Caesar ever lived at the hotel. All jokes aside, the Roman-themed hotel earned its popularity long before it became a movie set.
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- 7 / 114. Atlantis The Palm, DubaiThe suites at Atlantis The Palm in Dubai are among the hotel’s main attractions. The underwater suites will run you $18,000 per night to essentially sleep in an aquarium. If you’re not quite ready to splurge on an under-the-sea experience, most of the suites and deluxe rooms offer views of the Arabian Sea and the Dubai skyline.
Plan Your Trip: DubaiCourtesy of Atlantis The Palm, Dubai
- 8 / 113. The Cosmopolitan of Las VegasEvery room at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has a balcony, making it a good place to stay when you’re looking for Instagrammable views of the Strip. The hotel was designed to be condos at first so it lacks the theme that most other hotels in the area have, but many guests prefer its modern design and spacious rooms to those of its competitors.
Plan Your Trip: Las VegasCourtesy of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
- 9 / 112. W New York - Times SquareThere are W Hotel locations around the globe, from Goa, India, to Santiago, Chile, but the hotel’s most Instagrammed location is in Times Square. Rooms here overlook one of the world’s most-visited tourist attractions, allowing for coveted aerial views perfect for Insta.
Plan Your Trip: New York CityCourtesy of W New York - Times Square
- 10 / 111. MGM Grand Las VegasIn 2016, the most Instagrammed hotel in the world was the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Scroll through the Instagram geotag and you’ll find endless guests posing with the hotel’s 45-foot bronze lion, hanging poolside, and dining at one of the hotel’s 10 restaurants.
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