Can you imagine if your dream European getaway included staying at a hotel with a vegan menu? Amazing, right?
What if it didn’t stop there?
All of your toiletries, activities, and in some cases, even the furniture is vegan-friendly — that’s next level! Actually, it’s not next level — it’s entirely possible. Vegan hotels are popping up all over the world, ready to delight their vegan guests with everything from waffles to down-free comforters.
The next time you’re planning a getaway, check out this massive lineup of vegan hotels in Europe!
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The Best Guide to Vegan Hotels & B&Bs in Europe
There are quite a few vegan and vegan-friendly hotels throughout Europe, which is fantastic! This main lineup focuses on vegan hotels and there is a smaller vegan-friendly (they are primarily vegetarian) list at the end of the article; it is by no means exhaustive!
Vegan Hotels in Spain
Just under two hours from Barcelona in the small town of Lladurs is this gorgeous, reconstructed masia, which roughly translates to a rural cottage. The family-owned hotel is run with the utmost care for the environment, local community, and visitors. The hotel’s vegan menu features dishes that have been prepared as sustainably as possible with local produce, and soon, they plan to use only produce from their onsite garden.
After you’ve finished your vegan adventure in Barcelona, make sure you pencil in at least one night here!Book Your Stay
Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
This might be paradise — blue skies, turquoise waters, free-roaming animals, and vegan food — could it get any better? Villa Vegana was one of the first vegan hotels in Europe back in 2013, and it offers visitors a little slice of vegan paradise. The hotel is set in a 15th-century manor house and offers four double rooms and four suites (make sure you book early!), and all reservations include a delicious vegan breakfast!
Outside of breakfast, the hotel restaurant cooks up a globally inspired menu with dishes from India, Asia, Eastern Europe, and much more!Book Your Stay
Galicia, Spain (Ourense)
If you’re looking for a more rural experience, check out these stone cottages in the magical region of Galicia — lush forests, quiet mornings — a tranquil place to recharge. The B & B is made up of four apartments, a double room, a library, and a game room.
A delicious vegan and organic breakfast is included and if you have special requests like raw or gluten-free, they’re happy to accommodate you!Book Your Stay
If you’re planning to enjoy the traditional white villages of Andalucia, then you need to stay here! Aside from exploring the charming villages, you’re also close to the Costa de la Luz to enjoy some beach time or get your heart rate up by hiking through the Sierra de Grazalema. Finca Vegana also hosts weekend yoga and hiking retreats and treats its guests to a delicious vegan breakfast.
This family-run bed and breakfast is focused on sustainability from their organic agriculture and bio-construction to their amazing vegan meals, the environment is always front and center. The B & B is located in Montecorto and surrounded by multiple national parks — the perfect place to get away from the city and back in touch with nature!
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Vegan Hotel in Belgium
Right in the heart of fairytale Bruges is this completely modernized vegan B & B in a delightful old mansion. Guests get to enjoy a full vegan breakfast (included with your room rate) every morning featuring house-made waffles, baked goods, fresh fruit, and more. On top of that, you’re only a 10-minute walk to the train station and a 15-minute walk to The Market Square.
Well-behaved dogs are also, welcome to stay at the B & B for an additional fee. One other bonus, check out my vegan travel guide to Bruges to plan your whole trip and if your travels bring you to Brussels; I have a vegan guide for there too!Bok Your Stay
Vegan Hotels in the Netherlands
A vegan chain of hotels located throughout the Netherlands sounds like a dream come true — maybe we could see a Vegotel in every city one day? The three locations in Schoonoord, Wyn, and Blije offer guests a fully customizable vegan experience.
Guests can choose to have Vegotel take care of all the cooking for them including three-course dinners, picnic lunches, and more, or guests can handle all of the cooking themselves. When in the Netherlands, don’t skip visiting super vegan-friendly Amsterdam! It’s home to countless vegan hot spots and sweet shops.Book Your Stay
Vegan Hotels in Italy
There are so many terrific options for hotels and B & B’s in Italy, I was honestly surprised (in the very best way!). If your travels take you to Rome, don’t miss my vegan travel guide to Rome, so you don’t miss any tasty spots, things to do, and more!
With one look at this beautiful spot, you’ll be booking the first plane ticket to Tuscany that you can find! Set amongst vineyards, olive groves, and gardens in the hills of San Gimignano, this vegan and sustainable hotel offers guests a minimalist interior to allow the beauty of the exterior to shine.
The eco-farm was constructed as sustainably as possible — using a mixture of clay, hemp, and rice husks for insulation, refurbishing furniture, and sourcing as much as possible locally. And to top it off, the onsite restaurant cooks up the most fantastic vegan and organic dishes.Book Your Stay
South Tyrol, Northern Italy
Italy’s first vegan hotel is stunning — surrounded by the mountains of Val Venosta valley, this is the perfect place to get away from it all! The entire experience at La Vimea is meant to provide guests with the ultimate wellness experience through their daily yoga sessions, tranquil scenery, and the entirely plant-based and organic dining experience.
Their dining menu features dishes created with locally grown produce, wellness drinks, and natural wines.Book Your Stay
Le Marche, Italy
This vegan hotel is just waiting to let you kick back and relax — it’s just over two hours from Rome near the Adriatic Sea! Guests can enjoy their many spa treatments, including an infrared sauna and massage, and indulge in their excellent vegan cuisine. Many dishes are made using produce and fruit from their vegetable gardens and fruit trees — a beautiful farm-to-table experience!
Vegan Hotel in Switzerland
If you happen to be traveling to Bern, be sure to check out my suggestions on where to stay, including a vegan-friendly spot!
Brissago, Switzerland (Southern Switzerland)
Located right on the beautiful Lake Maggiore, this vegan hotel offers so much! If you’d like to start your day with yoga and relax by the lake, you can do that! But, if you’d rather get your heart rate up with a challenging mountain bike tour or functional training course, you can do that too!
All visitors will be delighted with their daily vegan breakfasts with fresh juice, pastries, yogurt, and more! Dinner is also served Wednesday – Saturday.Book Your Stay
Vegan Hotels in Scotland
Whether you’re coming back from exploring the Highlands or on your way to them, you have to pencil in a stop at this gorgeous vegan hotel! The unique property features one-of-a-kind rooms and a mouthwatering vegan restaurant. The menu features a globally-inspired mix of dishes made with locally sourced ingredients for breakfast., lunch, and dinner — you won’t need to eat anywhere else!
Bridge of Orchy PA36 4AD, United Kingdom
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay in the Scottish Highlands, look no further! The recently renovated hotel offers comfortable rooms and amazing vegan food! Breakfast is included with your stay (wait till you see their pancakes) but you’ll also want to enjoy their delicious tea service and dinner options. You’ll be only 12 miles (19 km) from Glencoe Mountain which offers skiing and snowboarding in the winter and in the summer if a terrific place to hike and bike.
Isle of Arran, Scotland
For a terrific Scottish adventure full of wildlife, mountains, dramatic coastline, and verdant forest, you need to check out the Isle of Arran and base yourself at the charming Stonewater House. The B & B overlooks Lamlash Pier and Holy Isle; from here, you’re just a stone’s throw to explore the island’s golf courses, natural scenery, and more.
The best part of staying here is their extensive vegan breakfast, from pancakes to smoothie bowls and everything in between. On top of that, they have an entire library filled with books on vegan health, cooking, and more — perfect for bedtime reading.Book Your Stay
Vegan Hotels in Germany
Lenzen (Elbe), Germany
How does staying in a beautiful castle surrounded by a UNESCO biosphere reserve river landscape sound? I’m sure that got your attention. This beautiful property is conveniently located between the vegan-friendly cities of Berlin and Hamburg, the perfect location for a bit of rest and relaxation, so perfect that you might not want to leave! The eco-friendly and vegan hotel castle features a vegan restaurant, a wellness area (sauna, massages), bamboo bikes, canoes, and so much more!
Zeltingen, Germany (Moselle Valley)
This family-run vegan hotel was one of the first of its kind in Germany! Located on the winding Moselle River, it is the perfect spot to base yourself for a bit of nature and relaxation. In between hiking and biking, you’ll want to pop into the onsite vegan restaurant for one of their fully loaded burgers, sandwiches, and more!
Vegan Hotels in Greece
This 5-star vegan boutique hotel is centered on wellness and rejuvenation —if you want to pump iron in the gym or relax in the spa (or both), you can do it here! The modern, simplistic design is perfect in such an idyllic setting, but the food steals the show!
The entirely vegan restaurant is whipping up a fantastic selection of dishes, from baked goods and vegan omelets in the morning to chocolate souffle for dessert; you can’t go wrong!Book Your Stay
The first vegan and sustainable hotel in Santorini is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy Greece’s postcard views. The modern suites and rooms provide instant relaxation (some even come with hot tubs for extra relaxation); you’ll be so comfortable that you won’t want to leave!
And, to top it off, there’s the fantastic food — enjoy dinner on the balcony overlooking the sea — does it get any better than that?Book Your Stay
Vegan Hotels in France
A Parisian getaway isn’t complete without staying at this calming, environmentally-friendly hotel. And, if you happen to love yoga, you’re in for a real treat! Yoga practice is an essential part of the HOY experience and offers a mix of classes for yogis of all levels. After practice, check out their plant-based restaurant, Mesa, which features dishes made with local ingredients inspired by their Latin American roots.
Bonus, don’t miss my vegan guide to Paris to thoroughly plan out where to eat, what to see, and more!Book Your Stay
5 Husson, 16140 Charme, France
Come and relax in the peaceful French countryside at this charming, recently renovated vegan hotel. The hotel is only 30 minutes from Bordeaux and a short stroll to the historic village of Tusson — it’s the perfect place to base yourself for relaxation but also be within easy reach of lovely sights and activities. Your stay includes a wonderful vegan breakfast and the property features a modern kitchen so you can prepare any other meals during your stay. The property is small, there are only three rooms, so book early!
Aveyron Gorge, France
This amazing vegan hotel is everything I could dream of and more for a French getaway — quintessential stone cottages covered in vines on the bank of a river — I think if I came here, I wouldn’t leave! Aside from being downright gorgeous, everything at Le Cheval Blanc is about food and to be precise vegan food! Guests can hone their skills at their cooking school or sit back and be pampered with gourmet meals.
Southwest coast, France
This isn’t a traditional hotel or B & B but I thought it was so unique that it needed a mention. The vegan surf camp grew from people’s love of combining surfing, yoga, and vegan food (hence the name). They offer summer retreats (May – September) that focus on yoga and surfing to visitors of all levels. Accommodations include camping (deluxe and basic) as well as a mobile home.
Vegan Hotel in Poland
Tadeusza Kościuszki 27, 30-105 Kraków, Poland
A vegan trip to Krakow isn’t complete without staying at the city’s first and only vegan hotel! This sophisticated hotels offers studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments — perfect for solo travelers, couples, or families.
All of the apartments have kitchenettes, but I doubt you’ll want to make any of your own food once you check out the lovely Zaczyn Bakery and Café, which is onsite. You’ll find yummy options for breakfast and plenty of sweets to fuel your day; the hotel also has a vegan pantry stocked with all sorts of goodies.
As if that weren’t enough, the property also has and eco-vegan library, an exercise room, a space for yoga, and a salt grotto.Book Your Stay
Vegan-Friendly Hotels Not to Miss in Europe
If you didn’t find what you were looking for in the above lineup, check out these vegan-friendly B & B’s and hotels! The vast majority of these properties are vegetarian (and if not vegetarian they are able to accommodate vegans very well).
Vegan-Friendly Hotels in England
Note: the hotel isn’t vegan/vegetarian, but they offer a vegan suite created in partnership with the UK’s Vegan Society. And, I’ve got an amazing vegan travel guide to London to help you plan your trip!
Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Italy
Hotel Paradiso Pure Living
17 Jochstrasse, 39040 Castelrotto BZ, Italy (Dolomites)
Eco Park Hotel Azalea
Cavalese, Val di Fiemme (Northern Italy)
Bio Hotel Raphaël
Masseria Le Carrube
Le Mole sul Farfa
Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Spain
Casa da Cabaza
Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Portugal
Casa do Vale da Lama
Quinta Colina Flora
Fetais Portugal (Southern Portugal)
Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Croatia
B&B Kuća Bajlo
Tribalj, Croatia (Northern Croatia)
Vegan-Friendly Hotels in Austria & Germany
Strandhotel am Weissensee
Neusach, Austria (Southern Austria)
The Keep Eco Residence
More Vegan Travel Help
If you’re looking for more hotels suggestions or help planning a veggie-friendly trip, check out these guides and articles!
The Perfect Madrid Vegan Travel Guide
The Best Krakow Vegan Travel Guide
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The Best Spots for Vegan Brunch in Berlin