Overall, rather than thinking "tags" when you create your interface, it might be more useful to consider the context of your user's view of your site which is: "to investigate other accommodation with similar attributes" - which, effectively, is what you're using the user interface pattern of "tagging" to do.
I can see two issues here:
The title "Tags" will not mean much to a non-expert user
The tags don't look like links
I ask myself "Will my mum know what a 'tag' is, or how it works?" - I'm using the example of my Mum because it looks like your site is promoting accommodation and she's probably your audience.
Go back to basics first/ Just because you're using the UI pattern of "tags" doesn't mean you have to label the User Interface as such. A suggested title for your tag list might be "Find other places like this", or "Find other places like [title of current accommodation]"
Further, it's not obvious to a visitor that your tags are click-able. So, from a design standpoint, start with a list of links or buttons - i.e. something that invites the user to click - and work up from there (never losing sight of the fact that the links must look click-able).