The 7 Most Instagrammable Hotels In London

London is home to a strong set of uniquely diverse accommodations: You'll be able to find funky boutique concepts coexisting with centuries-old Grand Dames, and that selection continues to expand by the day.

Many hotels have done a outstanding job of distilling the British capital's rich history and stylistic flair into their designs, but a few of them stands out from the pack when it comes to social media potential. Ahead, we've rounded up seven unique hotel rooms that will guarantee you likes aplenty.

Photo: Courtesy of 41 Hotel.
Hotel 41

This stunning property is known for its striking black-and-white colour scheme and close proximity to the Royal Mews, also known as "The Queen's Garage".
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Hotel 41

The Master Suite features a pyramid glass roof, where you'll be able to take in London's skyline in its full glory.

41 Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster, London SW1W 0PS; 020 7300 0041
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Blakes

This former Victorian townhouse is transformed into a boutique gem by famed interior designer Anouska Hempel. The rooms are outfitted in antique chinoiserie furniture and vintage knick knacks collected from all over the world.
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Blakes

Designed by British fashion guru Matthew Williamson, the hotel's courtyard garden stands in stark contrast with the classic rooms. The colourful mural, golden birdcage, and giant zebra statue are just a few design touches that were perfectly made for Instagram.

33 Roland Gardens, Kensington, London SW7 3PF; 020 7370 6701
Photo: Courtesy of The Zetter Townhouses.
The Zetter Townhouse, Clerkenwell

This eclectic hotel is designed to make guests feel like they are crashing at the private residence of a peculiar relative.
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The Zetter Townhouse, Clerkenwell

With kitschy British memorabilia and vintage trinkets seen all around, we'd say that the hotel is doing a marvelous job at establishing that quirky Brit persona.

49-50 St John's Square, Clerkenwell, London EC1V 4JJ; 020 7324 4444
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Henrietta Hotel

This boutique hotel has recently become pure Instagram like bait. And it's no surprise: With marble baths, brass lighting fixtures, and rich velvet lounge chairs all making an appearance in the rooms, it's a gorgeous combination.
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Henrietta Hotel

The social media pièce de résistance is undoubted the millennial pink bathroom. Can you imagine the amount of books the hotel is getting because of this room?

14-15 Henrietta Street, London WC2E 8QH; 020 3794 5313
Photo: Courtesy of Nobu Hotel.
Nobu Hotel Shoreditch

This trendy East London hotel marks the first hospitality venture for Nobu, a restaurant chain beloved by the rich and famous.
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Nobu Hotel Shoreditch

The Japanese-inspired interiors feels minimalist yet elevated, with a simple design palette of wood, concrete, and brass.

10-50 Willow Street, London EC2A 4BHl; 020 7683 1200
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The Curtain

From exposed brick to rustic furnishings, the Shoreditch location of this new hotel is echoed in the hotel's hipster-friendly decor.
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The Curtain

The rooftop pool and Moroccan-style brasserie are quickly becoming one of the city's most popular hangouts. The hotel also houses Red Rooster, a restaurant serving American comfort food.

45 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3PT; 020 3146 4545
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The Hoxton, Shoreditch

This hotel lobby feels like a communal living room with industrial touches — wire bookcases and mixed-and-matched furniture pieces.
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The Hoxton, Shoreditch

The rooms may not offer much square footage, but they are by no means lacking in cool factor.

81 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3HU; 020 7550 1000
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