6 insta-worthy properties you’ll want to stay this Chinese New Year

If you’re looking to take advantage of a good deal and the upcoming Chinese New Year Holidays to take a quick trip or maybe enjoy a staycation, the global leader in connecting travellers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay has put together a list of 6 properties that are great on the wallet and yet will still look amazing for the ‘gram. With vacation photos on social media channels now being considered as the present day equivalent of the postcard, travellers are constantly searching for inspiration, individuality and visibility. In fact, a quarter of Singaporean travellers (26%)* confess that booking an attractive property for their holiday is a must, so they can take photos that evoke these #goals vibes amongst their friends, family and followers, and we’re sure these properties will do just that.


Hotel Cappuccino, Seoul, South Korea

The rooms at Hotel Cappuccino might be minimalist but the true insta-hot spots of this property are its restaurant and rooftop bar, which offers expansive views over Seoul’s cityscape, as well as its lobby. Hotel Cappuccino, which is located in Gangnam-gu, also offers free WiFi and is right next to Eonju metro station.


Hotelpoispois, Taipei, Taiwan

Contemporary and playful, Hotelpoispois definitely has character. Check out their themed rooms, which comes in 3 different modern designs, which will make for a pretty shot. This property, located in the hip Daan District is within walking distance from various food and shopping options, with the train station being a 10-minute walk away. Hotelpoispois also features a rooftop sun terrace, which offers views of the city.


Pondok Santi Estate, Gili Trawangan, Indonesia

Guests looking for a beach getaway to be far from the maddening crowd - take a hop, skip and a jump to Gili Trawangan and check out Pondok Santi Estate. This beachfront property features tropical-style bungalows with air conditioning and a romantic 4-poster bed. Filled with rustic charm and natural beauty, guests can enjoy relaxing with a massage, tanning by the private beach area or soaking up nature on the private terrace, whilst making their followers incredibly envious.


Felix Hotel, Sydney, Australia

For more of a hipster vibe, Felix Hotel in Sydney delivers in spades with its combination of modern, urban and 1960s style. This boutique hotel is situated closer to the airport and would be a great option for a short stay just before flying home or maybe even your next destination. Guests can relax at the cocktail bar with views of the runways below or watch a movie at the outdoor, rooftop cinema.


Hotel ICON, Hong Kong

One of the more luxurious choices on this list, this stylish hotel was designed by famous local architects. Situated in Tsim Sha Tsui East Kowloon, it offers harbour views, a rooftop outdoor heated pool, pampering spa services and a health club. Hotel ICON oozes elegance and every corner makes for an insta-worthy photo.


Six Senses Duxton, Singapore

To tail off this list is the Six Senses Duxton, which melds tradition, luxury, elegance and modernism ever so simply. For a quick staycay where guests can relax and realise their shophouse dreams, this property does just that with its beautifully decorated rooms, peaceful atmosphere and delicious offerings at its onsite restaurant and adjacent antiquarian-themed bar.



*Research commissioned by and independently conducted among a sample of adults who have taken a trip in the last 12 months/plan to take a trip in the next 12 months. In total 21,500 respondents were polled (including 1,000 each from Australia, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, China, Brazil, India, US, UK, Russia, Indonesia, Colombia and South Korea; and 500 each from Japan, New Zealand, Thailand, Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Hong Kong, Croatia, Taiwan, Mexico, Netherlands, Sweden, Singapore and Israel). Respondents completed an online survey between 10th August to 30th August 2018.