The world's most Instagrammable hotel needs to be on your bucket list ASAP 2 years ago

The world's most Instagrammable hotel needs to be on your bucket list ASAP

*WARNING* these pics will cause serious travel FOMO.

If you're a lover of the 'gram and know how to capture the picture snap to rake in the likes, well then, I think I may have found your utter dream.


Winning over 45,000 votes in a competition which saw 121,000 people take part - Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas in the Maldives was officially crowned "World's Most Instagrammable Hotel".

The prestigious award was given to the hotel by Luxury Travel Advisors and TBH, we think they made the right decision, this place looks out of this WORLD.

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The resort features an award-winning underwater restaurant, 80 beach and water villas, copious entertainment options, a cooking school, and a spa, to name a few things.


Describing the one-of-a-kind resort on their website, Anantara Kihavah said:

"Enjoying a prime location in the Maldives’ Baa Atoll island archipelago and on the doorstep of Hanifaru Bay, Anantara Kihavah Maldives Villas is the perfect place from which to explore the underwater world of the Indian Ocean. Set on Kihavah Huravalhi, one of the most pristine Maldivian islands, the resort is 30-minute seaplane flight from Velana International Airport, an unforgettable experience in itself as the plane flies over a string of glowing coral islands and Maldives resorts amidst turquoise waters."

Continuing they said:


"80 spacious private pool villas, ranging from 260 to 2,730 square meters, are either poised over the water with sweeping ocean views or nestled along a pristine stretch of private beach. Snorkel some of the world’s most treasured reefs within a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, explore uninhabited islands encircled by abundant reefs home to turtles, eels and beautiful coral formations, or cruise in solitude into a tapestry of unimaginable colours to a glorious Maldivian sunset."

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Now it does cost a serious penny with prices starting at €800 a night and rising right up to €4,000. It ain't cheap but hey, that's the price you pay for a hotel that is just THIS Insta-worthy.


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You can check out all about the hotel here.