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Paris is one of the world's most luxurious cities, and it is also among the most gay-friendly destinations in the globe. Although you won’t find any gay-only hotels in Paris, staying in Le Marais, the city’s gay neighborhood, is your best shot. You can enjoy a charming enclave of rainbow-clad streets, filled with gay bars and gay clubs that are open well into the evening. Le Marais is also very well connected, meaning any transfers from the airport or train stations will be a breeze. Maybe you are traveling on business and need a reliable WiFi connection in a gay-friendly business hotel. Or perhaps you're planing a romantic getaway with your respective other, and so you're after an elegant small-scale hotel. From quaint boutique hotels to five-star luxurious gay-friendly hotels, you can find exactly what you're looking for in Paris, with everything catered to different tastes and budgets.
Gay Hotels Le Marais
From Place des Vosges (the oldest planned square in Paris) to Rue de Rivoli in Le Marais, you'll enjoy the secluded luxury of some of Paris' best boutique hotels, in the very center of the City of Lights. The gay hotel Paris scene in Le Marais is plentiful, and for something elegant, opt for Les Tournelles. Located in a charming backstreet towards the less touristy part of Le Marais, this gay-friendly hotel blends elegant old-world charm with all the modern amenities for today’s traveler.
Gay Hotels Paris
Should you prefer a more affordable gay hotel, Paris has plenty to offer with budget-friendly options within walking distance of many of the city's cruise clubs and gay bars. Focus on the location, since each Parisian neighborhood has its own charm: Les Halles, next to Le Marais, is busy and lively; Saint Germain on the river’s left bank is classy and elegant; South Pigalle and Belleville are the trendy, hipster spots; the Champs Elysées screams luxury, while business travelers will prefer staying in La Défense.
Almost wherever you decide to stay, you’ll have easy access to everything Paris has to offer for the gay traveler. You'll be minutes away from some of the city's top gay venues, fashion boutiques and, of course, best restaurants! What’s more, Paris’ comprehensive transport system including the metro, means you can easily traverse the city in no time. Sip a morning coffee in Le Marais, have lunch on the left-bank, then venture to Versailles Palace for the afternoon, everything is a cinch in Paris.