5 Completely Vegan Hotels to Visit When It’s Safe to Travel Again

5 Completely Vegan Hotels to Visit When It’s Safe to Travel Again

  • Hannah Bugga
  • Hannah Bugga

If you’re like me, spending so much time at home has you scrolling through travel websites and drooling over gorgeous vacation spots. While staying indoors may be the best way to keep ourselves and our communities safe, that doesn’t mean we can’t plan our future travels!

The following five amazing hotels are completely vegan and definitely deserve to be on your list:

Koukoumi Hotel in Mykonos, Greece

Opening this summer, Koukoumi Hotel will be Greece’s first vegan hotel! Nestled in the charming village of Ano Mera, the hotel features a spa full of plant-based cosmetics, a restaurant with Mediterranean fare, and a gorgeous pool. On its website, the hotel states:

We can enjoy life without harming animals, the environment or ourselves. A vegan will feel at home here and everyone can try out an alternative and peaceful way of being, satisfying at the same time all their senses.

Stanford Inn and Resort in Mendocino, California

This charming bed and breakfast is perched on a cliff along California’s Mendocino Coast, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Featuring an award-winning restaurant with gourmet plant-based food and craft cocktails, a wellness center, and an indoor pool, the hotel is the perfect place to kick back. Plus, the area offers plenty of outdoor activities, such as canoeing and biking.

Villa Vegana in Mallorca, Spain

Declaring itself a “vegan paradise,” this incredible hotel occupies over seven acres of countryside and offers mesmerizing views of the Tramuntana Mountains. Visitors can spend their days lounging by the pool and dining in the beautiful restaurant, which features cuisines from all over the world. What’s more, sheep, pigs, donkeys, and horses live peacefully on the property.

I Pini in Tuscany, Italy

This stunning hotel and organic winery is nestled in the historic town of San Gimignano. Surrounded by rolling hills, pine and fig trees, olive groves, and gardens, this hotel is an eco-tourist’s dream. I Pini writes:

Our property is 100% committed to environmental consciousness; we are cruelty-free, guilt-free & eco-friendly from the ground up, inside & out. It is our mission to provide luxurious, harmonious, sustainable accommodations.

BeingSattvaa in Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Surrounded by rainforest, the magical BeingSattvaa hotel focuses on “four pillars of wellness”: exercise, nutrition, mindfulness practice, and rest and relaxation. The hotel features an overflow swimming pool, a spa, a yoga pavilion, a tropical Balinese garden, and a decadent plant-based restaurant.

While we may have to wait to travel, there are plenty of things we can do to enjoy our time at home! Check out these 10 vegan-friendly items that will make staying at home just a little easier.