Instagram has seen tremendous growth over the past decade, and vacation photos are among some of the most commonly shared posts on the network. Many have commented that millennials value experience over materialism, and the increased interest in traveling is perhaps a manifestation of that. And it’s no secret that many travelers post about their travel experience on Instagram, which often involves stunning landscape, delicately plated food, or even choreographed adventure shots.
To cater to people who are trying to capture the perfect moment (and ahem…maybe to show off their trips impress others), Conrad Maldives is launching an “Instagram Butler” service. The butlers will lead you on an especially designed “Instagram Trail” around the resort and showcase picturesque locations. According to the hotel, they will also provide some education on how to frame their picture. If that’s not enough, they will even take into consideration the specific devices used by guests, as well as the time of day for the optimal outcome.
For those who might want to capture the “ultimate wellness” shot, the hotel even offers a yoga class taught by the resident yogi. Guests can learn “the best poses to capture on camera set against a myriad of ocean hues.”
Conrad Maldives is a great resort with gorgeous views, and is also home to an all-glass undersea restaurant. Even without the guide of a butler, there are already plenty of Instagrammable moments, experiences, and locations as is.
So I suppose this goes along the attitude of “if it’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing.” If you were going to meticulously curate your Instragram posts anyway (*guilty*), why not go all out and get an Instagram butler? Hop on the #InstaTrail, grab some nice shots with the help of a Instagram butler, and convey an effortlessly awe-inspiring, luxurious, adventurous lifestyle that will garner tons of envy as you #StayInspired.
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