Insta-escape: the hotels you need to follow now

The hottest spots from Paris to Tulum: follow these photogenic beauties to brighten up your Instagram feed

Words: Calum Donoghue

Le Sirenuse

To satisfy your wanderlust for a chic hotel getaway, we have gathered the best Instagram accounts that you absolutely have to have on your feed.

Hotel Plaza Athénée, Paris, France

Hotel Plaza Athénée

Topping the list is the most followed hotel in Paris, the ultra-chic Hotel Plaza Athénée, considered one of the most beautiful hotels in the world.

A home away from home for the fashion elite, the hotel's feed is filled with glamorous tastemakers surrounded by sumptuous interiors.

The most photogenic spot? Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, with its sparkling ceiling of over 10,000 crystals. The most beautiful setting to enjoy the healthy, natural cuisine.

Hotel Plaza Athenee

Claridge's A much-loved classic, Claridge's timeless elegance is echoed on Instagram with daily adventures from the Art Deco hotel in the heart of Mayfair. Follow the beautifully curated account for dreamy breakfasts in bed, elegant cocktails and a taste of the finer things. A little over twelve months on from its launch, Claridge's restaurant Davies & Brook, Daniel Humm’s debut in London, has been awarded a coveted Michelin star. Delicious food, exquisitely executed and served with easy-going charm, is always top of the menu with dishes screaming to be gram'ed. Claridge's

Le Sirenuse

Escape to the simple(ish) pleasures of Positano with Le Sirenuse's Instagram feed, featuring whitewashed walls and traditional vaulted ceilings with views across one of the Amalfi Coast's most breathtaking views.

The hotel sits in the heart of the village of Positano, on the scenic ‘Amalfi Drive’, just 55km south of Naples. Perched above the sea, the rooms, terraces, bar and restaurant are an oasis of peace and silence – set against that inimitable view. Heaven.

Le Sirenuse


A sustainable sanctuary nestled between the jungle and the Caribbean sea, HABITAS Tulum's rooms are designed to coexist with nature, built with materials that leave no impact on the environment.

With natural palapa roofs, canvas walls, outdoor rain showers, and at least 500 square feet of private space, each room provides the perfect environment for rest and reflection.


Beautiful Hotels

For when you just can't decide on which hotel to follow (or to minimise your 'following' count) @beautifulhotels has you covered. Its mammoth following of 3.7 million people is testament to the endless feed of dreamy hotels that will have you scrolling for hours.