The MMGY Global's 'Portrait of American Travelers 2018-19' study discovered that 70 per cent of travelers go on social media every day, but that figure jumps up to 83 per cent of millennials going on sites like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at least once a day and spending a whopping 113 minutes on average on these sites.
It was also revealed the of all the travelers who use social media, 46 per cent are active on photo sharing app Instagram, a 350 per cent increase on five years ago, with that figure rising to 60 per cent for millennials.
Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that millennials can't stop bragging about their holidays, with 30 per cent of people spend over four hours a day on their smartphones whilst they are traveling.
Daniel Craig, VP of Mobile at Hotels.com brand, said: "At Hotels.com we know that 28% of people wouldn't enjoy their holiday without their smartphone in their hand - how could they possibly capture the best selfie or show off to their friends at home without it! Not only that, we also know that getting the perfect picture plays an even bigger role with 14% of travelers admitting they would pose anywhere for that flawless selfie, often putting selfies ahead of safety. With a third of travelers refusing to book a hotel that doesn't offer free Wi-Fi, there is a clear demand for travelers to be connected at all times. At Hotels.com, we have so many great places to stay, all bookable at the click of a button on our mobile app, that we're confident selfie-lovers will have plenty of opportunities to snap the ideal #nofilter photo for Instagram, perfect to #TravelBrag with."