The Complete List of Vegan Hotels

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I love to travel and the best way for me to do this is to stay at vegan hotels. There are not that many so its not possible everywhere but there are more and more opening up so there things are looking up. I recently stayed at a place that I thought was veggie but turned out it wasn’t (I misread the blog post about it).

I haven’t come across a master list of all the vegan hotels from around the world so I thought I would go and make one myself.

If you think I have missed any please email me or leave a comment below!

Vegan Hotels in North America

USA

Stanford Inn by the Sea – Mendocino, California

Stanford Inn by the Sea, located in Mendocino, California, is a unique eco-resort offering a fully vegan experience.

Nestled amidst lush gardens with views of the Big River and Pacific Ocean, the inn features The Ravens, an on-site restaurant renowned for gourmet vegan dishes made from organic, locally sourced ingredients.

Guests can enjoy wellness activities such as yoga, tai chi, meditation, and holistic spa treatments, alongside eco-friendly recreational options like canoeing and guided nature tours.

Committed to sustainability, the inn practices organic gardening, uses eco-friendly products, and promotes energy conservation.

Pet-friendly and focused on creating a tranquil, rejuvenating environment, Stanford Inn by the Sea is perfect for those looking to relax and connect with nature in a serene coastal setting.

Dreamers Welcome – Wilmington, North Carolina

Dreamers Welcome, situated in historic downtown Wilmington, North Carolina, is a beautifully refurbished guesthouse turned into a boutique hotel combines elegant interiors with modern amenities, offering a fully vegan breakfast each morning and the option to prepare personal meals in the shared lounge area.

Guests can relax in the shared garden and front porch, participate in yoga classes, and enjoy spa packages. Pet-friendly and committed to sustainability, Dreamers Welcome provides a serene retreat in a charming coastal town.

Farm Sanctuary – Watkins Glen, New York

Farm Sanctuary, located in Watkins Glen, New York, offers a unique vegan accommodation experience set on a sprawling animal sanctuary. Guests can stay in cabins and tiny houses amidst the sanctuary, which is home to over 600 rescued animals, including cows, pigs, and turkeys.

This setting provides an intimate chance to connect with the animals and learn more about vegan living and animal rights. The accommodations are fully vegan, aligning with the sanctuary’s mission of promoting compassion for all living beings.

The experience includes vegan meals, opportunities for guided tours, and participation in sanctuary activities.

Mexico

Palmaïa, The House of AïA – Playa del Carmen (Vegan Forward)

This beachfront resort features spacious rooms with ocean views, infinity pools, and gourmet vegan-forward restaurants.

The menu is primarily plant-based, with options for non-vegan additions, making it suitable for mixed-diet groups.

The resort promotes holistic wellness through meditation sessions, yoga classes, sound baths, and energy healing.

All suites are designed with non-leather furniture and cruelty-free toiletries. Palmaïa also focuses on eco-conscious practices, offering an all-inclusive experience that includes meals, drinks, and mini-bar options.

Central/South America

Costa Rica

Mother Earth Vegan Hotel – Tamarindo

Mother Earth Vegan Hotel offers a fully vegan retreat fand features a variety of vegan amenities, including a poolside restaurant and bar serving locally inspired plant-based dishes and an extensive dessert menu.

Guests can participate in wellness activities such as yoga, reiki, massage, sound healing, and meditation workshops.

The hotel is committed to sustainability and eco-friendly practices, creating a peaceful environment for relaxation and rejuvenation. Set near the picturesque Tamarindo beach, it provides a tranquil and restorative experience for travellers.

Vegan Hotels in Europe

Scottland

Saorsa 1875 – Pitlochry

Saorsa 1875 is a fully vegan hotel offering a luxurious and eco-friendly experience. This boutique hotel, set in a charming Victorian building, provides an entirely plant-based environment, from its gourmet restaurant serving innovative vegan cuisine to its cruelty-free toiletries and eco-conscious practices.

Saorsa 1875 emphasizes sustainability, with a commitment to reducing its environmental footprint through energy-efficient systems and locally sourced ingredients.

England

Beck Hall – Malham

Beck Hall, located in Malham in the Yorkshire Dales, is England’s first fully vegan hotel. This charming hotel, originally built in 1705, offers 20 unique and cozy rooms, all featuring en-suite facilities, Wi-Fi, and smart TVs.

The hotel’s transition to a fully plant-based environment includes 100% vegan cuisine, cruelty-free toiletries, and eco-friendly practices. Beck Hall provides a serene setting by the river, perfect for nature walks and exploring the beautiful surroundings like Malham Cove and Janet’s Foss and they are also pet-friendly.

France

HOY

HOY, an acronym for “House of Yoga,” is a boutique hotel located in the vibrant 9th arrondissement of Paris. This hotel offers a unique blend of wellness, sustainability, and plant-based living, designed for both Parisians and international guests.

The rooms at HOY are designed with feng shui principles to create a peaceful and harmonious environment. Each room is equipped with eco-friendly amenities, and some include yoga mats to encourage personal practice. The hotel’s wellness facilities include a dedicated yoga studio, offering various classes and meditation sessions to help guests relax and rejuvenate.

The on-site restaurant, MESA de HOY, serves plant-based cuisine inspired by Latin American flavors.

HOY also features a Japanese-style florist, providing beautiful floral arrangements and adding to the hotel’s serene atmosphere. Additionally, the hotel offers various workshops and holistic treatments, ranging from massage therapies to sound healing, ensuring a comprehensive wellness experience.

They don’t use any single-use plastics, they compost food waste, and source organic and biodynamic wines. The hotel actively supports the local community by hiring locally and purchasing from local businesses.

Spain

Villa Vegana – Mallorca

Villa Vegana, located in Mallorca, Spain, offers a a fully vegan retreat on a picturesque Mediterranean island.

This hotel, set within a traditional fifteenth-century manor, features four double rooms and four suites, all designed to be cruelty-free and eco-friendly. The on-site vegan restaurant serves creative and delicious plant-based dishes, using organic and locally sourced ingredients.

Guests can enjoy the beautiful surroundings, including olive, orange, and lemon trees, and interact with the resident animals, such as sheep, donkeys, and horses.

Villa Vegana emphasizes sustainability and a holistic approach to well-being, providing a tranquil and rejuvenating experience.

Casa Albets – Lladurs, Lleida

Casa Albets, nestled in the tranquil countryside of Lladurs, Lleida, Spain, offers a vegan retreat in a beautifully restored historic building.

This eco-friendly hotel, set in a rustic Spanish manor, boasts a serene and secluded atmosphere perfect for a peaceful getaway. Casa Albets features a renowned on-site restaurant with a Michelin green star, serving a delightful seven-course vegan tasting menu crafted from organic and locally sourced ingredients.

The hotel’s commitment to sustainability extends to its use of eco-friendly materials and practices throughout the property.

Mikasa Hotel – Ibiza

Mikasa Hotel, located by the marina in Ibiza, Spain, offers a vibrant and luxurious fully vegan experience.

This adults-only boutique hotel provides a stylish and relaxed atmosphere, perfect for those looking to unwind after a day of exploring Ibiza’s lively scene. Mikasa Hotel features an on-site vegan restaurant on the upper terrace, offering Mediterranean-themed dishes with stunning views over the sea.

The hotel emphasizes sustainability and eco-conscious practices, ensuring a cruelty-free and environmentally friendly stay. Guests can enjoy modern amenities, Wi-Fi, a bar, and spa facilities, for some relaxation and excitement in a beautiful coastal setting.

Greece

Koukoumi Hotel – Mykonos

Koukoumi Hotel, situated in the traditional village of Ano Mera on the island of Mykonos, Greece, stands out as one of the premier fully vegan hotels in the Greek islands.

This five-star boutique hotel offers a unique blend of luxury and sustainability, providing a chic, modern design that supports an authentic and simple approach to achieving inner peace.

What sets Koukoumi Hotel apart is its exceptional vegan cuisine, featuring Mediterranean-Japanese fusion dishes crafted with creativity and precision. The hotel’s restaurant uses locally sourced, organic ingredients to create avant-garde dishes such as tempeh teriyaki smoked in scented cedar, with edible gold and miso emulsion.

In addition to its culinary excellence, Koukoumi Hotel is dedicated to holistic wellness, offering guests a range of activities including yoga, pilates, and massage therapy.

The hotel’s commitment to sustainability extends to every aspect of the guest experience, from eco-friendly toiletries to energy-efficient practices.

MOD Santorini – Santorini

MOD Santorini is one of the vegan hotels I’ve been wanting to visit for a long time. Located in Santorini, Greece, they offer a luxurious and holistic vegan retreat designed for those seeking comfort without compromise.

This adults-only hotel emphasizes plant-based, sustainable, and eco-conscious practices throughout its operations. MOD Santorini features beautifully designed accommodations, each room offering modern amenities and stunning views of the Aegean Sea.

Guests can indulge in a variety of activities including yoga classes, meditation sessions, and holistic spa treatments. The hotel’s vegan restaurant serves a delightful array of dishes made from organic, locally sourced ingredients, ensuring that every meal is both nourishing and delicious.

Ethos Vegan Suites – Fira, Santorini

Ethos Vegan Suites, located in the heart of Fira, Santorini, is a boutique bed and breakfast that combines sustainability with modern luxury, featuring five elegantly designed suites that reflect the natural beauty of Santorini. Each suite provides a comfortable and stylish retreat, equipped with eco-conscious amenities and stunning views of the island’s iconic landscapes.

Ethos Vegan Suites takes pride in its commitment to vegan living and environmental stewardship. Guests can start their day with a delicious and varied vegan breakfast, made from organic and locally sourced ingredients.

The hotel also promotes a zero-waste philosophy, utilizing sustainable practices in every aspect of its operations, from energy-efficient systems to biodegradable toiletries.

GOJI Vegan Hotel – Ixia, Rhodes

GOJI Vegan Hotel offers an exclusive vegan retreat and they are a boutique hotel, the first of its kind in Rhodes, that features 14 elegantly appointed rooms, each thoughtfully designed to reflect a commitment to sustainability and vegan principles.

The on-site restaurant serves a diverse menu of gourmet vegan dishes, using fresh, organic, and locally sourced ingredients.

They also offer various wellness amenities, including yoga classes, meditation sessions, and spa treatments that focus on holistic well-being. Another nice touch is that the hotel emphasizes eco-friendly practices throughout its operations, from energy-efficient systems to the use of cruelty-free toiletries.

Located near the stunning beaches of Ixia, GOJI Vegan Hotel provides easy access to the natural beauty and cultural heritage of Rhodes.

Germany

Naturkost-Hotel Harz – Bad Grund

Naturkost-Hotel Harz provides a 100% vegan and eco-friendly experience. Nestled in the heart of nature, this hotel offers a serene and peaceful environment perfect for relaxation and rejuvenation.

Naturkost-Hotel Harz is renowned for its delicious vegan cuisine, featuring a wide variety of raw and cooked plant-based dishes. Guests can enjoy a daily vegan breakfast and dinner, all designed to promote health and well-being.

This vegan hotel also incorporates eco-friendly practices throughout its operations, including energy-efficient systems, waste reduction initiatives, and the use of biodegradable products. The serene setting allows guests to immerse themselves in nature, with opportunities for hiking, cycling, and exploring the scenic Harz mountains.

Switzerland

Sonnenberg Health Hotel – Schwellbrunn

Sonnenberg Health Hotel, perched in the scenic village of Schwellbrunn in Switzerland’s Appenzell region, offers a fully vegan retreat focused on health and well-being. Situated at an elevation of 972 meters, this hotel provides breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, creating a peaceful and rejuvenating environment for guests.

The hotel’s restaurant serves an array of vegan meals and guests can enjoy wholesome vegan breakfasts and dinners, all prepared with a focus on wellness and sustainability.

They have encorporated energy-efficient systems, waste reduction measures, and the use of biodegradable products throughout its operations. The serene mountain setting allows guests to reconnect with nature, offering numerous outdoor activities such as hiking and cycling in the beautiful Appenzell landscape.

Garden Hotel Primavera – Brissago

Garden Hotel Primavera, located in Brissago, Switzerland, offers a fully vegan experience in a beautiful setting overlooking Lake Maggiore. This boutique hotel features 20 individually designed rooms, each with modern amenities and some offering stunning lake views.

Guests can enjoy a range of vegan cuisine, with a seasonal menu crafted from locally sourced ingredients. Breakfast is included, and a vegan dinner is available on request during certain months for groups of eight or more.

The hotel’s amenities include free Wi-Fi, private parking, and a sun terrace where guests can relax and take in the picturesque surroundings.

Wellness activities such as yoga and Pilates classes are available, providing a holistic retreat. The hotel also hosts various events and activities, including trekking and wine tasting, making it a perfect destination for those looking to explore the natural beauty of the Ticino region.

Garden Hotel Primavera emphasizes sustainability and eco-friendly practices, ensuring a compassionate and environmentally conscious stay. And the hotel’s chef specializes in creating vibrant and flavourful vegan dishes.

Italy

Vegan Hotel La Vimea – Naturno

Vegan Hotel La Vimea, nestled in the serene town of Naturno in South Tyrol, Italy, offers a unique and tranquil retreat dedicated entirely to vegan living.

As the first fully vegan hotel in Italy, La Vimea prides itself on a 100% plant-based experience, using fresh, organic, and locally sourced ingredients to create delicious and nutritious meals.

Guests can enjoy a range of amenities including a natural pond, a wooden deck for daily yoga sessions, and a pristine environment designed to promote relaxation and wellness. The hotel features various room types, all designed with sustainability in mind, and includes options such as the Mountain Room, Sky Loft, and Cloud Suite, each offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

La Vimea’s restaurant serves an innovative vegan menu that caters to both raw and cooked food preferences, ensuring that each dish is crafted to preserve nutrients and provide a delightful culinary experience. T

he hotel’s commitment to sustainability extends to its eco-friendly practices, including the decision not to install air conditioning to minimize environmental impact.

This vegan hotel is also an adults-only retreat.

Agrivilla i pini – San Gimignano, Tuscany

This eco-friendly estate, housed in a historic farmhouse, provides an immersive experience that highlights the beauty and culture of the Tuscan countryside. The estate’s farm-to-table restaurant serves vegan dishes made from seasonal, organic ingredients sourced directly from their gardens. Breakfast and dinner are included.

Agrivilla i pini is committed to sustainability, featuring energy-efficient designs and eco-friendly materials. Renovations included the use of locally sourced materials like clay, hemp, and rice husks for insulation.

The 11 rooms blend rustic charm with modern comforts, featuring handwoven linens, organic cotton, antique furniture, and handmade terracotta tiles.

Guests can unwind by the saltwater pool, which minimizes chemical use, and participate in yoga sessions set against the serene backdrop of the Tuscan landscape. The estate also offers activities such as hiking, cycling, and wine tasting, providing a holistic and enriching stay.

Located near the medieval town of San Gimignano, known as the “medieval Manhattan,” Agrivilla i pini offers easy access to cultural landmarks, museums, and scenic hiking trails in the Tuscan hills, making it a perfect base for exploration and relaxation.

Vegan Hotels in Asia

Indonesia

Puri Ganesha Villas – Pemuteran, Bali (Vegan Forward)

This boutique hotel features four spacious and uniquely designed villas, each with its own private pool, expansive garden, and beachfront access. The villas are decorated with antiques and fabrics from across Indonesia, creating an atmosphere of laid-back luxury and cultural richness.

Sadly they are not all vegan but the on-site Umbi Restaurant, led by renowned chef Diana von Cranach, offers a menu that focuses on fresh, seasonal ingredients sourced from the local community.

The restaurant caters to both vegan and pescatarian diets, with an emphasis on creative and healthy dishes. Guests can enjoy their meals in the intimate open-air dining area or have them delivered to their villa for private dining.

The villas at Puri Ganesha are designed to provide a high level of privacy and comfort. Each villa includes spacious living areas, bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, and outdoor garden bathrooms.

The villas are named and themed after notable figures and artists associated with Bali, such as Walter Spies and Le Mayeur, adding a unique touch to each space. Amenities include WiFi, mosquito nets, and in-room spa treatments.

Puri Ganesha offers a range of activities to enhance the guest experience. These include cooking classes, market visits, and culinary tours led by Diana von Cranach. Guests can also enjoy massages and spa treatments, explore the local area with guided tours, or simply relax by their private pool. The hotel provides opportunities for snorkeling, diving, and visiting nearby attractions such as Menjangan Island and the local turtle sanctuary.

Committed to the Slow Food movement, Puri Ganesha focuses on sustainability and supporting the local community.

Fivelements Retreat – Bali (Vegan Forward)

Fivelements Retreat Bali, nestled on the banks of the Ayung River, is an award-winning eco-conscious wellness retreat deeply rooted in the ancient traditions of Bali.

Fivelements Retreat in Bali promotes a vegan lifestyle with its plant-based menu and eco-friendly practices, though it includes some non-vegan beverages​.

The retreat features luxurious accommodations, including one-bedroom riverfront suites and hillside pool suites. Each suite is designed with natural materials such as bamboo and wood, providing a peaceful ambiance with views of the lush jungle or the sacred Ayung River. Guests can enjoy private pools, spacious terraces, and eco-friendly amenities.

Fivelements has plant-based culinary offerings at the Sakti Dining Room, where the menu is designed to provide optimal nutrition and high energy. The dishes are prepared with love and attention to detail, aiming to nurture the body, mind, and soul. Guests can indulge in gourmet healing cuisine that supports natural cleansing and overall well-being.

The retreat offers a variety of wellness programs as well, including the Signature Fivelements Retreats, which focus on regeneration, replenishment, and alignment. Guests can participate in yoga, meditation, healing massages, and traditional Balinese rituals such as the Balinese Fire Blessing. Other activities include water healing sessions, energy work, and culinary training in plant-based cuisine.

Philippines – Vegan Hotels

The Farm at San Benito – Lipa City (vegan-forward)

The Farm at San Benito is an eco-luxury holistic medical wellness resort that spans 52 hectares of lush greenery and offers stunning views of the Malarayat mountains. This award-winning sanctuary is dedicated to providing transformative healing experiences through a blend of traditional and modern practices.

The resort features several dining options focused on plant-based and wellness cuisine. The ALIVE! Vegan Restaurant is renowned for its innovative, nutrient-rich dishes made from fresh, organic ingredients sourced from the resort’s own gardens. They are not a fully vegan hotel though because they offer other dining options include PRANA Vegetarian Restaurant and PESCE Pescetarian Restaurant.

Room options include the Master Villa, Narra Pool Villa, and Bamboo Villa, among others. The accommodations are set within beautifully landscaped gardens and feature eco-conscious designs, private pools, and spacious living areas.

The Farm offers a range of holistic health programs tailored to individual needs, addressing conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, chronic pain, and stress. Programs are supervised by internationally trained integrative medicine doctors and supported by a team of licensed health professionals, including nutritionists, therapists, and fitness coaches. Guests can participate in yoga, meditation, sound healing, and various fitness activities.

The resort boasts world-class facilities, including a Holistic Medical Sanctuary, Healing Sanctuary Spa, Acqua Hydrotherapy Sanctuary, and a Pure Energy Gym. Additional amenities include a dental clinic, aesthetic medical centre, beauty salon, multiple swimming pools, and dedicated spaces for meditation and yoga.


Looking for a good vegan restaurant on your trip? Check out our list of the best Vegan Restaurants in the World.


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