London is one of the best cities in the world to visit if you’re a vegan. You can enjoy vegan high tea, a full English breakfast, decadent pastries, and much more, but do you know what’s surprising? There isn’t a fully vegan hotel in London!
Kinda shocking right?
For a city that is bursting at the seams with vegan food, no one has decided to take all of that and wrap it up into a cute B & B or hotel! Thankfully, there are a few hotels with terrific vegan options and even one with an entire vegan suite — pretty cool, right?
If you’re planning a trip to London, check out these 11 vegan-friendly hotels to rest your pretty little vegan head!
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Hotels with the Best Vegan Options in London
If London isn’t the only place you plan to visit, check out all of the fantastic vegan hotels across Europe! Whether you’re looking to relax in the woods or on the beach, you’ll find an incredible place to do it.
2-8 Great Suffolk St, London SE1 0UG
In partnership with the Vegan Society, The Hilton London Bankside introduced London’s first vegan suite! No detail was forgotten — from the plant-based room key (made from Piñatex) to the cruelty-free bedding and carpeting! The room also features a fully stocked mini-bar complete with locally-made vegan sweets and snacks from brands like Deliciously Ella and Graze. The mini-bar will only get you so far, so when you’re starving, check out the fantastic vegan in-room menu, which features savory and sweet breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.
If you cannot book the suite (since there is only one), you can still enjoy the tantalizing vegan menu and request vegan snacks in your regular mini bar.Book Your Stay
#2 Inhabit — Southwick & Queen’s Gardens
25 – 27 Southwick St, Tyburnia, London W2 1JQ
1-2 Queen’s Gardens, London W2 3BA
District: Paddington & Bayswater
This hotel group has two wellness-focused and vegan-friendly boutique hotels centrally located in London! You’ll be smitten with the beautifully designed rooms, calming aromatherapy, and meditation pods, but you’ll be head over heels for their healthy breakfast feast!
Both locations offer a full vegetarian menu to get your day started on the right foot — bowls of buckwheat granola with coconut yogurt, chia and oat waffles, veggie sausage, and so much more. The menu is also very gluten-free friendly, but if you have other dietary requests, the kitchen is happy to help!Book You Stay at Queen’s Gardens
51 Queen Caroline St, London W6 9QL
If you’d rather skip staying in a traditional hotel, you need to check out this eco-friendly Georgian Villa. The gorgeous property was once home to Sir Frank Brangwyn, a Welsh artist and designer, but has since been taken over by the B & B and the vegetarian restaurant, The Gate!
Your stay includes their vegetarian breakfast overlooking the garden, and they can accommodate gluten-free and vegan diners. In the afternoon and evening, head over to The Gate for a mix of globally-inspired dishes, including house-made gnocchi, spicy curry, and a lovely selection of tantalizing desserts. Aside from food, the B & B also stocks its rooms with cruelty-free products from Weleda.Book Your Stay
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41-51 Inverness Terrace, London W2 3JN
This stylish vegan-friendly boutique hotel recently underwent a facelift to create a Zen-like atmosphere for its guests to have the most tranquil stay. While you’ll enjoy a restful sleep in their harmonious oasis, you’ll love their plant-based dining options!
The onsite Terrace Restaurant offers a continental and buffet breakfast all week with fresh juice, smoothies, toasts, and more. Staying here also puts you within walking distance of Notting Hill, Oxford Street Shops, and Hyde Park.Book Your Stay
2 Blackfriars Rd, Upper Ground, London SE1 9JU
District: South Bank
This chic Marriott property is a head-turner — One of their modern and thoughtfully designed guest rooms (your suitcase can fit under the bed) is the perfect place to base yourself to explore London. After a great night’s rest and maybe a sweat sesh in their onsite gym, you will be ready to indulge yourself in a fully vegan breakfast!
The onsite restaurant, Art Yard, offers a full vegan English breakfast (veggie sausage, potatoes, baked beans, grilled mushrooms, tomato, avocado, and scrambled tofu), along with house-made granola with fresh fruit compote, and healthy overnight oats. You’re a short walk from the hotel to area attractions like Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe, Borough Market, and the Southwark and Blackfriars station.Book Your Stay
#6 The Pilgrm
25 London St, Tyburnia, London W2 1HH
The eye-catching boutique hotel is all about the details. A mix of modern and antique charm creates a space unlike any other that you’ll want to appreciate before buzzing up to your comfortable room. The hotel is steps away from Paddington Station, making it ideal for exploring the city and getting to and from Heathrow Airport quickly.
Breakfast and brunch are served daily and feature multiple vegetarian dishes, with a couple that can be made vegan. They also have a full allergy menu available, and you can e-mail the hotel ahead of time with any questions, special requests, or concerns.Book Your Stay
5-15 Sun St, London EC2A 2EP
If you’re looking for somewhere a little extra special to stay, check out Sun Street. This new, 5-star hotel is made up of six gorgeous Georgian houses — offering a mix of traditional architecture with modern and natural design elements. The hotel offers multiple unique dining spaces — a bright orangery, cozy lounges, and a formal dining room.
Their breakfast menu is more vegetarian-friendly than vegan, but a few options can be made vegan with a special request. Later in the day, come back and enjoy grilled Hispis cabbage with house-made oat milk sauce or a healthy lentil salad.Book Your Stay
292 Vauxhall Bridge Rd, London SW1V 1AE
There are multiple vegan-friendly CitizenM hotels in London, near Shoreditch, the Tower of London, and Bankside, just in case Victoria isn’t exactly where you want to be! All the stylish hotels are designed to reflect the neighborhood — from quirky and fashionable to British-centric. Each hotel also offers a morning breakfast buffet that has something for everyone!
22 Portman Square, London W1H 7BG
District: Located in Marylebone
This ultra-chic contemporary hotel offers award-winning dining and access to the world’s first Nobu Pilates Reformer studio — how’s that for a unique combo? After relaxing in your serene room and enjoying views of the London skyline, you’ll want to eat, and what better place than the renowned Nobu Restaurant?
If you’re unfamiliar, this restaurant beckons the likes of celebrities from around the globe, so if you’re craving avocado tartare or teriyaki tofu steak, you better make a reservation. The restaurant dining menu has a full plant-based section, making it easy to determine friend from foe. The lounge and in-room dining menu offer a few healthy, vegan options for breakfast.Book Your Stay
#10 St. Giles London
St Giles Hotel, 12 Bedford Ave, London WC1B 3GH
District: West End, Bloomsbury
If you’re interested in being in a central London location, you’ll want to check out this vegan-friendly hotel! From St. Giles, you can walk to Oxford Street, Soho, Covent Garden, and many other famous sights!
If you’re looking for a quick vegan breakfast, St. Giles offers multiple plant-based options on its breakfast buffet, like veggie sausage, hash browns, cereals, fruit, and coffee. The onsite restaurant, Sage and Chili, manages the breakfast buffet and all-day dining menu (the dinner menu isn’t vegan-friendly, just a heads up!). This location also puts you within a stones-throw of many of London’s best vegan restaurants!Book Your Stay
#11 Firmdale Hotels (Soho & Covent Garden)
4 Richmond Mews, London W1D 3DH (Soho)
10 Monmouth St, London WC2H 9HB (Covent Garden)
This hotel chain has multiple unique luxury hotels (think yellow wallpaper and high floral headboards) throughout London, but these two are the most vegan-friendly. Whether you choose Soho or Covent Garden, you will be right in the heart of London — close to all of the action (and vegan food!). Both locations offer vegan breakfast specials and multiple veggie-forward dinner options — the menu is also well-marked for gluten-free options! At one point, they also offered a vegan afternoon tea, but it appears that it might only be available by special request in advance.
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Multiple locations throughout London
If you run through the list and none of those are within your budget, then check out one of my favorite European chains, Ibis. The modern and budget-friendly hotel group offers simple rooms that are perfect for leaving your stuff and getting a good night’s rest without breaking the bank. Every location offers a morning breakfast buffet that generally has vegan options — to be sure, e-mail the hotel ahead of time.
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Check out ibis London City — Shoreditch