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12 Most Instagrammable Hotels in London

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12 Most Instagrammable Hotels in London

Sometimes it’s not enough to book an Airbnb or crash on a friend’s couch when you’re holidaying – especially if you’re looking to shoot content for your Instagram feed during your vacation time.

Planning on visiting London any time this summer? You’re in luck! While it’s known for its museums and galleries, foodie culture and music festivals, the city is home to some of the most photogenic hotels in the world.

Whether you consider yourself a starving artist, modernist or old soul, we’ve rounded up a few hidden gems that are more than just “crash pads” for your next visit to The Big Smoke.

41Hotel (@41hotel)

If what you’re looking for is luxury, chicness, and a Forbes five-star rating ambiance this is the hotel for you. Overlooking the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace, you’ve got your location set for that perfect Insta-post.

Firmdale (@firmdale_hotels)

I unique twist on modernism designed by Kit Kemp. If you’re an art fanatic and you appreciate good designers we recommend the Firmdale Hotel, London. Quirky furniture, vibrant colors and unique art pieces all around.

Hotel Café Royal (@hotelcaferoyal)

Two words: Celebrity. Destination.

From Oscar Wilde to Muhammad Ali, Hotel Café Royale is the living room of London’s finest and most creative set.

Combining luxury, comfort, history, and culture, this hotel will make you feel like a celebrity for the duration of your stay. Maybe that will give your Instagram page the extra oomph it needs.

The Hoxton Hotel (@thehoxtonhotel)

Relax. Work. Play. The Hoxton puts a modern twist on 60’s furniture; don’t ask us how. From shoebox rooms for short stays to roomy suites for spreading out, you’ve got the ambiance you need for those snazzy selfies. 

Blakes Hotel (@blakeshotel)

Are you looking for that perfect seductive location for your next post?  Actress and designer Anouska Hempel has made it possible to combine modernism with Victorian and Gothic furniture, giving you just the right amount of luxury your next post needs. 

Claridges Hotel  (@claridgeshotel)

This magical destination is perfect for holidays and with Christmas coming up, you might just want to check it out for its festive vibes. British luxury and a glamorous design is what you need for your Instagram holiday pictures. 

Sanderson (@sandersonsocial)

Spa vibes all around. It is the “world of fantasy and well-being”. Its not just all about the spas, even though they have quite a few of them. They also have a Mad Hatter’s afternoon tea which will give your Insta pics the “pizzazz” you might not find elsewhere. 

Edition Hotel (@editionhotels)

An enchanting redefinition of luxury suited for the next generation…  You might also wanna visit ther Berners Tavern to taste Michelin-starred chef’s Jason Atherton food and maybe Instagram it.

Henrietta Hotel (@henreittahotel)

This hotel is all about brunch and vintage Italian furniture inspired by the streets of Covent Garden. You can now take the ultimate vintage picture you’ve always wanted. 

Charlotte Street Hotel (@firmdale_hotels)

If what you want is an artsy picture then head over to Charlotte Street Hotel. Full of artworks and screening rooms, Immerse yourself in the world of Kit Kemp. 

The Savoy Hotel (@thesavoylondon)

Located on the River Thames, The Savoy Hotel is another luxury hotel you might want to pass by. It was the first hotel to have electric lifts and the first to offer musical entertainment to diners. 130 years of exeptional and warm service combined with a good old Luxury design. 

Soho Hotel (@firmdale_hotels)

Cosiness is key when you want to stay at a hotel, especially around holiday times. The Soho Hotel celebrates the seasons as well as holidays all year round by changing their interiors and creating new and exciting dining experiences and events.

Have you visited one of these hotels? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Written by: Doa’a El Khouly, Photo credits: Instagram.