No. 252 High Holborn is where one of London’s most prestigious hotels can be found, although the address really should include its true location – the upper-echelons of luxury. As you arrive through the wrought-iron gate and into the courtyard, the elaborate façade of this Edwardian edifice is your first photo opportunity. On further inspection, the stylish communal spaces of the interior are full of marble and mahogany; rooms are of quintessential English design (some even include Shakespeare quotes engraved into tables), and the fine-dining experience at the Rosewood’s four restaurants is enough to cement this hotel into the memory of anyone who stays there. Hard to believe that such a hub of extravagance was the headquarters of an insurance company from 1914 to 1989.
Every inch of the building is photogenic, but perhaps the most exclusive shot you can get for your feed is at the Grand Manor House Suite – the only hotel suite in the world to have its own postcode.