In Prague, at a 100% Vegan Hotel | The Salvator Boutique Hotel

di Irene

During my recent trip to Prague, I stayed at the Salvator Boutique Hotel, the first 100% vegan hotel in the wonderful Czech capital.

If you’re planning to visit Prague, I highly recommend opting for this cozy and comfortable property located in a central position, offering a delicious vegan breakfast at the on-site restaurant, which is entirely vegan and open for lunch and dinner as well.

The Vegan Hotel In Prague

Located just 200 meters from the Prague National Museum, where you’ll also find the nearest subway station, Muzeum, and 300 meters from Wenceslas Square, the Salvator Boutique Hotel is a true haven for vegans seeking a warm and delightful accommodation in the Czech Republic’s capital.

This hotel has been created with a strong focus on ecology, the environment, and health, making it a perfect choice for vegan travelers looking for an ethical, sustainable, and high-quality travel experience.

The Rooms

The Salvator Boutique Hotel offers spacious rooms and suites, carefully furnished and equipped with every modern comfort. Each room features eco-friendly mattresses, organic cotton sheets, natural fiber towels, organic and cruelty-free bath products, and low-energy consumption air conditioning.

The hotel boasts 38 rooms, including standard double rooms, superior rooms, and suites.

All hotel rooms are tastefully furnished with attention to detail, combining modern and traditional elements to create a unique and welcoming atmosphere. Additionally, the rooms are equipped with soundproof windows to ensure maximum tranquility for guests.

But what truly sets the Salvator Boutique Hotel apart is its vegan culinary offerings. Because let’s face it, as vegans, enjoying a satisfying hotel breakfast is not always a given. Yet here, I had one of the best breakfasts I can remember!

The Vegan Breakfast

For breakfast, the menu is à la carte rather than buffet-style. Included in the room rate is a choice of a main course, a juice, and a hot beverage.

Among the options to choose from the menu, there are both sweet and savory choices such as chocolate or maple syrup waffles with peanut butter, whipped cream, and fresh fruit, chocolate croissants, porridge, vegan omelets, avocado and tofu toast, scrambled tofu, or toast with avocado and pea guacamole. The restaurant is open not only to hotel guests but also to the public for breakfast.

The vegan offering you’ll experience while staying at the Salvator Boutique Hotel goes far beyond breakfast!

The hotel’s vegan restaurant, Palo Verde Bistrot

The hotel’s restaurant, Palo Verde Bistrot, is entirely vegan and is one of the best vegan restaurants in Prague.

Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Palo Verde offers refined dishes prepared with quality, seasonal ingredients.

The hotel’s vegan menu offers a wide selection of creative, balanced, and nutritious dishes that cater to every palate, with various gluten-free options available as well.

The Surroundings

The Salvator Boutique Hotel is located near the city’s historic center, in Žitná, which in a five-minute walk leads to Václavské náměstí, or Wenceslas Square.

The Salvator Boutique Hotel in Prague is an example of how excellent hospitality and sustainability can go hand in hand. The hotel offers a unique, ethical, and sustainable travel experience that meets the needs of vegan travelers and anyone looking for a healthy, high-quality diet that respects the environment and animals.

If you’re looking for an eco-friendly and vegan hotel in Prague, the Salvator Boutique Hotel is definitely the ideal choice.

Salvator Boutique Hotel For information and reservations, you can click here

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