instagrammable hotel bathrooms

7 Of The Most Instagrammable Hotel Bathrooms In The World

Hands up who has booked a hotel purely ‘cos they’ve seen it on Instagram? We’re guilty as charged, that’s for sure. With social media surging hotel bookings based off the ‘Insta-factor’ of the room or resort, checking into an Instagrammable hotel will certainly be a stay to remember – or, at the very least, photograph.

There’s over 1.6 million uses of #bathroomselfie, with most of the snaps in incredible hotel bathrooms.  From cliffside bathtubs in Italy to bathing in the middle of the Namib desert, these are the most Instagrammable hotel bathrooms in the world, as found by Mira Showers.

Instagrammable Hotel Bathrooms

1. Conrad Maldives - Rangali Island, Maldives

One of the world’s most Instagrammable hotel bathrooms is The Muraka suite at Conrad MaldivesRangali Island. Submerged 16 feet below sea level, you could be brushing your teeth while gazing out at the Indian Ocean’s marine life.  

The unique three bedroom villa is split over two levels – one above water, and one below. The underwater level has a king-sized bedroom, underwater bathroom and living area.

2. The Silo Hotel – Cape Town, South Africa 

No trip to Cape Town would be complete without a snap of the iconic Table Mountain. At the Silo Hotel, you can capture a great one from the comfort of your bath. Built in a converted 1920’s grain elevator and above the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art, the hotel’s interior really taps into Cape Town’s creative culture. The stunning rooms have bathroom interior goals…

Image result for The Silo Hotel - Cape Town, South Africa bathroom

3. Punta Tragara Hotel – Capri, Italy   

One of the more romantic hotels on our list sits high above the Tyrrhenian sea on a beautiful Capri cliffside. With views of the Faraglioni rock formation from your bathroom, you’ve more than likely spotted this beautiful place on Insta before.

You’ll really live la dolce vita here.

Related image

4. Six Senses Zil Pasyon – Felicite Seychelles 

A short helicopter ride away from the mainland and you’ll reach the small granitic island of Felicite, which is also the private home of the Six Senses Zil Pasyon resort. With only 35 villas among the granite cliffs, the resort is famous for its beautiful beaches and superb snorkelling spots. 

Splash out on your very own Panorama Pool Villa suite which includes a unique bathroom swing seat.

Image result for Six Senses Zil Pasyon - Felicite Seychelles bathroom

5. Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard – London, UK

The Shangri-La Hotel occupies levels 34 to 52 of one of the world’s most iconic buildings. With spectacular views across London, it’s clear why this is one of the city’s most popular Instagrammable hotels.

You can enjoy a once in a lifetime experience in one of the Shangri-La’s marble bathroom suites, enhanced by almost 360-degree views of London. Fun fact: recent bathroom snaps taken here rack up an average of 3,323 Likes on Instagram. 

instagrammable hotel bathrooms

6. The Peninsula – Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Otherwise known as the ‘Grande Dame of the Far East’, The Peninsula Hotel in Hong Kong is the city’s oldest hotel. Well known for its luxurious rooms and the fantastic waterfront location, stay in the hotel’s popular Grand Deluxe Harbour Suite for Insta-worth ops. From the suite’s distinctive corner deep bathtub, you can see panoramic views of Hong Kong’s famous Victoria Harbour.

instagrammable hotel bathrooms
Image: @samishome

7. Zannier Hotels – Sonop, Namibia

Set on top of boulders at the Southern point of the Namib desert, Sonop is inspired by the journey of 1920’s British explorers. The décor is a nostalgic nod to a bygone era, with plenty of charming touches. Case in point? The antique bathroom is centred around the amazing copper bathtub.

We could spend the whole afternoon soaking in this tub…

instagrammable hotel bathrooms

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

Contact [email protected]

View stories

1 comment