Hotels Just for Vegetarians and Vegans

Veggie Hotels, a picture book of Vegetarian Hotels around the world from TeNEUES

Vegetarian Vacations Start at These Hotels

Even with the loveliest hotel room and a beckoning pool, the perfect vacation can be spoiled when the restaurant forces you to make a meal out of side dishes. For vegetarians and vegans, a hotel vacation suiting their culinary lifestyle can still be quite a challenge. Veggie HotelsHotels Just for Vegetarians and Vegans is a picture book full of fascinating photos from these special hotels that cater to vegetarians.

But there are outstanding alternatives out there, you just have to find them! In 2011, travel writers Karen Klein, Thomas Klein, and Peter Haunert established VeggieHotels®, the world’s first network of entirely vegetarian hotels and vegan inns, which now includes far more than 500 establishments around the globe.

Karen Klein, Thomas Klein, and Peter Haunert, authors of the book on Vegetarian hotels.
Karen Klein, Thomas Klein, and Peter Haunert

They added VeganWelcome® in 2015 as a hand-picked selection of particularly vegan-friendly hotels.

Not Just Veggies

In addition to purely vegetarian-vegan hotels, more establishments are offering guests outstanding vegan cuisine alongside more conventional dishes, so the founders of VeggieHotels® responded to this trend in 2015 by expanding their selection of vegan-friendly accommodations with another new website called, VeganWelcome®.

They shine a spotlight on wonderful places run with great love and enthusiasm that are paving the way for a kind of tourism based on ethical principles and sustainability. And their success shows just how right they were: today, more than 300 hotels and inns in over 60 countries are VeggieHotels® and VeganWelcome® members.

Vegetarian Dining
Around the World

Dream Destinations for Vegetarians

From vegan surfing camps to vegetarian luxury hotels, from exclusive Ayurvedic retreats to simple mountain chalets, and from Tuscan country estates to holistic wellness resorts on Bali, the hotels presented in the book are dream destinations for fans of plant-based sustenance-and a whole lot more.

They are also highly recommended for anyone interested in a healthy diet and lifestyle as well as sustainable travel. Top chefs reveal their secret vegetarian hotel recipes as well, so your culinary getaway can continue long after you’ve returned home.

Every hotel presented in this book is unique, with a history entirely its own and often built on an intensely personal dream. In every establishment, guests come to enjoy new, creative, vegetarian, and vegan cuisines that will satisfy even the most selective gourmets. Find out more at Veggie-hotels.de 

Sakti Dining Room at Fivelements Healing Center, a vegetarian hotel. The soaring roofline, sculpted from bamboo and thatch, resembles a banana leaf, symbol of nourishment. Banjar Baturning, Bali Photo © Djuna Ivereigh
Sakti Dining Room at Fivelements Healing Center. The soaring roofline, sculpted from bamboo and thatch, resembles a banana leaf, symbol of nourishment. Banjar Baturning, Bali Photo © Djuna Ivereigh

 

Cal Reiet Holistic Retreat, Santanyí, Mallorca Photo © Pär Olsson and Stella Rotger,
Cal Reiet Holistic Retreat, Santanyí, Mallorca, Spain. Photo © Pär Olsson and Stella Rotger

 

Das Alpenhaus Gasteinertal, Bad Hofgastein, Salzburg
Das Alpenhaus Gasteinertal, Bad Hofgastein, Salzburg Austria. Michael Huber photo.

 

Velona's Jungle Luxury Suites, Florence, Tuscany, Italy. Francesca Pagliai photo
Velona’s Jungle Luxury Suites, Florence, Tuscany. Francesca Pagliai photo.

 

Montali Country House, Perugia, Umbria
Montali Country House, Perugia, Umbria

 

Montali Country House, Perugia, Umbria
Montali Country House, Perugia, Umbria

 

Naturhotel LechLife, Wängle, Tyrol, Club sandwich
Club Sandwich at Naturhotel LechLife, Wängle, Tyrol, Italy. All photos @

 

The Farm at San Benito, City of Lipa, Batangas, The Philippines.
The Farm at San Benito, City of Lipa, Batangas, The Philippines. Luca Tettoni photo.

 

Montali Country House, Perugia, Umbria, Biparmentier - A velvety combination of two classic soups
Biparmentier – A velvety combination of two classic soups at Montali Country House, Perugia, Umbria, Italy.
Hotel Nicolay 1881, Zeltingen-Rachtig, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Marc Föhr & Philip Knoll photo.
Hotel Nicolay 1881, Zeltingen-Rachtig, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. Marc Föhr & Philip Knoll photo.

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