Here I am! Luxury Turkish resort is calling all snap-happy travellers to apply for a summer job – as a Chief Instagram Officer (whose only job is to snap pictures as they relax in five-star comfort!!!!!! I want this job!!!)
Six travellers will spend a week each at the Hillside Beach Club
Their job will be to take photos of everything from the beach to the spa. Wow!
Tech-savvy tourists are being invited to spend a week each at the stylish Hillside Beach Club in Fethiye for free – and all they need to do is update the hotel’s social media.
Dubbed ‘Heaven on Earth’, the hotel has decided it is desperately in need of people to spend seven days each lounging on the pristine beach, swimming in the sea and sipping sundowners – documenting their experience online.
I am sure you want to apply (Me too!)!!! Now you wonder how? Through Instagram of course. You must apply by submitting your top beach photo through Instagram with @hillsidebeachclub under the hashtag #jobatheavenonearth before June 15….and… maybe you will be one of the six successful applicants who will spend a week sunning themselves at the resort.
There will be plenty to sample. Set in its own bay and backed by green mountains, the hotel has three beaches, two of which are adults-only and one which is a ‘silent’ beach, concentrating of calm and tranquility.
Instagrammers will also be able to snap their food and cocktails served up at the three restaurants and seven bars.
They can also sample the two spas and take to the water for wakeboarding and waterskiing classes.
It also recently launched a Beach Order App, meaning guests – and Chief Instagram Officers – don’t even have to move from the sunlounger to order a cocktail to be brought to them.
Hillside Beach Club is located 4km the Turkish town of Fethiye on the Mediterranean coast and sits between lush mountains in a secluded bay surrounded by pine-covered hills. Dalaman International airport is a 55km drive away (approximately 60min).Located in the heart of the Hillside club, the day spa specialises in the traditional Turkish hammam rituals which have been used for centuries to cleanse and purify with the healing combination of water and massage.