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Top Halal Hotels in Europe

Bermondsey Square Hotel
Bermondsey Square HotelLondon - United Kingdom
Bermondsey Square hotel is an absolute halal gem in central London, surrounded by art galleries and modern restaurants. Read more
Alanda Hotel Marbella
Alanda Hotel MarbellaMarbella - Malaga
Alanda hotel Marbella is a luxurious 4-star hotel in Spain. It is located in a beautiful place which gives tourists an amazing view of Sierra Blanca Mountain
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Hotel Aleksander
Hotel AleksanderRogaska - Slovenia
Hotel Aleksander is a magnificent hotel situated in the heart of the town of Rogaska Slatina in Slovenia.It’s lovely architecture sits beautifully in the European setting…
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La Suite West
La Suite WestLondon - United Kingdom
La Suite West is a homely boutique hotel near Hyde Park, London. Tastefully structured and decorated by a designer, the hotel houses 80 rooms
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Villa Esma Malta
Villa Esma MaltaGozo - Malta
Villa Esma is the perfect get-away for a halal vacation in the historic and, simultaneously, exotic island of Gozo, Malta.
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Villa Ta Majsi Hotel
Villa Ta Majsi HotelGozo - Malta
In the peaceful village of Gozo is Villa Ta Majsi Hotel which is near the world heritage site of the Azure Window in Dwejra, at the western end of the
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Villa BREEZE Gozo
Villa BREEZE GozoGozo - Malta
Villa Breeze is situated in Gozo, Malta and is one of the finest places to reside in if you are looking forward to some privacy on their vacation.
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Hotel Kappa Mestre
Hotel Kappa MestreVenice - Italy
Hotel Kappa Mestre is a snug yet cheerful place to stay for tourists looking for a halal holiday in one of Europe’s historically rich places.
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It’s quite hard to imagine Europe as a tourist destination for Muslims holidays makers. And yet, tourist industries in the ‘Continent’ are capitalising on that potential and offering Muslims from all around the world to feel at home, even in a region that is, perhaps, considered foreign to them. The first countries to invest in halal tourism were the ones that traditionally had a large Muslim population such as Bosnia. Halal holidays in Bosnia  is constantly developing, becoming an example for many other European countries. Other European countries are slowing emerging as halal tourism players, such as Spain and UK. It is expected that in a few years, halal hotels in Europe will no longer be a paradox.