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Top Unforgettable Vegan-Friendly Hotels

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Top Unforgettable Vegan-Friendly Hotels

By: Asha Swann

 

As veganism grows all around the world, people are naturally curious as so if their vacation spot lines up with their ethics or dietary restrictions. In this list, we have compiled some of the Top Unforgettable Vegan-Friendly Hotels from all around the world. Our list will tell you all about hotels with vegan menus, vegan-friendly hotels that are also family-friendly, and perfect, romantic hotels to spend an anniversary abroad. You’ll be sure to find incredible places to stay across the continents, no matter if you prefer a room in a cozy countryside or one in a busy city. The guide features locations across Europe, Australia, Africa, Asia, and South America. 

 

Hilton London Bankside

Location: London, England

 

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This hotel is a must for anyone looking to have a truly vegan vacation. Interestingly enough, this Hilton hotel opened the world’s first-ever vegan luxury hotel suite in February 2019. Every part of the suite is vegan: the leather chairs are actually made from recycled pineapple fibres, the room service dining menu overs gourmet plant-based foods, and the carpets are made from sustainably sourced cotton. What a great way to start a vacation!

 

Mostarlic 

Location: Bouconville, France

 

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This adorable little bed-and-breakfast is not only vegan but gluten-free as well. It’s located in the rural parts of the Champagne Ardennes region, and perfect for a scenic drive into France. This B&B is vegan-friendly and very family-friendly. Some fun activities include bike rentals and hiking spots nearby. 

 

La Maison du Vert

Location: Normandy, France 

 

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This cozy hotel will remind you just of a cottage in the beautiful summer season. Without a doubt, it is a haven for vegans, vegetarians, and just anyone looking for a vacation in the picturesque French countryside. All rooms have an incredible view, as the hotel is placed right in the middle of a 2.5-acre organic vegetable and flower garden. The restaurant inside is completely vegetarian with many vegan and gluten-free options as well, with menu choices from all around the world.

 

Almodovar Hotel 

Location: Berlin, Germany

 

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This German hotel boasts a modern design, which focuses on sustainable living, organic food, and overall tranquillity. The entire hotel is even powered using exclusively renewable resources. The room selection is huge: with nine different types of suites ranging from standard all the way to luxury penthouse. It certainly goes without saying that the restaurant menu is vegetarian and vegan, with the food being organic and made from scratch.

 

Naturkost-Hotel

Location: Harz, Germany

 

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If you’re looking for incredible vegan food, you won’t need to go any further than this hotel’s restaurant. And yes, there is a great selection of beer as well. This hotel was built with an old-fashioned vintage feel in mind. Some key features of the Naturkost-Hotel are the indoor pool, spa and sauna, yoga area, organic menu, and hiking nearby. If that wasn’t enough, it’s pet-friendly too!

 

Minshuku Sanbiki Neko 

Location: Kyoto, Japan

 

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This B&B is tucked away in a quiet spot in Kyoto and has a rotating vegan menu that changes nearly daily. The decor is in a perfect blend of traditional Japanese and modern styles. Because Japanese cuisine is often focused on meat and seafood, it can be difficult to find fully vegan spots in Japan. This makes Minshuku Sanbiki Neko a must for anyone looking to have a quiet stay in Kyoto. The B&B is also close to many attractions, including Kiyomizu-dera, Fushimi Inari and the Gion area. 

 

Hotel Helka

Location: Helsinki, Finland

 

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Hotel Helka was built in the 1920s but there is nothing old or stuffy about it. This is a vegan-friendly hotel because of its focus on modern, eco-friendly, organic, and sustainable options. It also proudly holds the Green Key label, which is the leading standard for excellence for environmentalism in the tourism industry. The menu in the hotels holds a large selection of vegan and vegetarian options.

 

Scandic Triangeln

Location: Malmö, Sweden 

 

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This European hotel chain offers lots of vegan breakfast options and the Beyond Burger on the dinner menu. Guests can also enjoy free access to the on-site gym, sauna, and spa. The hotel also offers an incredible amount of accessible-friendly options for those with special needs, mobility/wheelchair needs, and has different options for those with sensory sensitivities.

 

Villa Söderåsen

Location: Röstånga, Sweden 

 

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This hotel has tons of amenities, with yoga, wellness retreats, meditation, music, and fresh fruits and veggies on display. Originally an early 1900s villa, it has been refurbished into an incredibly spacious B&B. Rooms are decorated in a traditional Swedish style that guests are sure to love. Lots of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options always available.

 

La Vimea 

Location: Naturno, Italy

 

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This is truly the spot for anyone looking to have a wonderfully luxurious vacation in Italy. Not only that, but it was the country’s first-ever vegan hotel. It has an incredible gourmet five-course organic vegan dinner, included in the booking price. However, even if you aren’t staying at the hotel, you can reserve a table to eat at. But you’ll have to act fast if you want some of the exclusive experiences at La Vimea, it regularly is sold out months in advance. However, this hotel is beautiful for parents but not for kids: children under the age of 12 are not allowed. In short, it’s perfect for a couples-only vacation.

 

Salem Guesthouse 

Location: Mbale, Uganda

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The vegan spots outside of Europe can often be overlooked, but if you’re looking to take your vacation somewhere new, try Uganda. The Salem Guesthouse is perfect for all types of travellers. Visitors have the option to rent a room in one of the guest houses, rent a cottage for your family, or simply stay in one of the cozy hotel suites. The hotel is completely vegetarian with the majority of breakfast options being gluten-free and vegan as well. Not only does the restaurant serve home-made African cuisine but international dishes as well. The best part of the hotel? Money raised goes to support anti-poverty groups in Uganda. In other words, you can feel good knowing your support will help the local community.

 

Montanha Encantada

Location: Garopaba, Brazil 

 

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One of the great things about Montanha Encantada is that it doubles as a vegan-friendly hotel and a yoga center. It is perfect for anyone looking to take a wellness retreat in the beautiful mountains of Brazil. Not only is it a unique spot for a vacation, but it’s also surrounded by lush forests and waterfalls. Everything is vegetarian with lots of choices for vegans as well. There are also spas, saunas, steam therapy, and full massages available.

 

Bed & Broccoli

Location: Elphinstone, Australia 

 

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Located in the Australian countryside, Bed & Broccoli is Australia’s first-ever fully vegan bed-and-breakfast. It is also the home of Red Box Wildlife Shelter, a final home for sick and injured animals to live out their days. Because of this, all money raised at the B&B goes towards the animals to fund veterinary needs, food, or rehabilitate any animal that can be re-released back into the wild. If you’re looking for somewhere to spend your vacation while also giving a little love to Australia’s furry-friends, this is the place to go.

 

AriyasomVilla

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

 

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This is an upscale, four-star hotel with a huge selection of vegan and vegetarian meals. Because of this, rooms sell out fast and are well-loved by the guests. It makes for a great vegan-friendly hotel because of all the extra benefits of staying here. Vacationers can enjoy a spa, valet parking, different types of massages, complimentary breakfast, private balconies, and so much more in this romantic hotel. This authentic Thai villa built in the 1940s is sure to have you coming back anytime you’re in Bangkok.

 

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