There are many of gay bars in different parts of Prague.The Gay pride in Prague is a citywide gay-festival held annually at the center of Prague takes place from 25th May till 2nd of each year. Better hurry up to book your gay friendly hotel Prague!
Prague, capital city of the Czech Republic, is bisected by the Vltava River. Nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires,” it’s known for its Old Town Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock, which gives an animated hourly show. Completed in 1402, pedestrian Charles Bridge is lined with statues of Catholic saints.
Best Day Tours from Prague
- Best of Prague: City Walking Tour, Boat Cruise, and Typical Czech Lunch
- 1 day Unesco private wine experience in Kutna Hora
- Prague In One Day Private Tour
- Český Krumlov Tour including Medieval Tavern Lunch
- Terezin Concentration Camp Day Tour Including Admission From Prague
1. Gay Hotel G-club Prague – Gay Friendly Hotel Prague
Located 250 m from the Ladvi metro and tram station, this 100% gay hotel is set in the outskirt of Prague. It offers free Wi-Fi and continental breakfast.
All individually furnished rooms provide king-size beds, a safe and a TV. Some also feature direct access to the garden. Some rooms of the Villa Mansland have shared facilities while others have a private bathroom.
Though the Gay Hotel G-club is located in a quiet residential area of Prague, the city centre and famous Wenceslas Square can be reached within 10 minutes by metro.
The whole place is clean throughout, the rooms are comfy and smell really nice.
Bathroom although shared is always very clean. Loved the outside area where one could sit and catch the sun
The hotel does not have a pool but is being replaced by a hot tub on the terrace.
How much does a room costs at Gay Hotel G-club/ Gay Hotel Villa Mansland?
This suite features a terrace or garden access and a comfortable seating area. The private bathroom comes with a bathtub.
2. Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel Prague – Gay Friendly Hotel Prague
Located right in the heart of Prague, only 100 m from Wenceslas Square, this 5-star Art-Deco hotel first opened in 1932. All rooms have a Nespresso coffee machine. Free WiFi, Pay-per-view Channels and a 24-hour room service are available in this non-smoking hotel.
Each room in the Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel comes with a large flat-screen TV, an umbrella and heated bathroom floors.
A well-equipped fitness centre including a sauna is accessible free of charge for all guests. Massages will be provided on request.
This hotel is on a street off Wenceslas square so well placed to access the restaurants & main sights. Close to Wenceslas Square, trams and trains it is an excellent base for your time in this amazing city.
The hotel is in a quiet street but only 250 meters from Wenceslas Square and a gentle 20 minute stroll from the Old Town . It is an ideal base to explore the wonderful city of Prague.
The room itself is great. A huge and comfortable bed (firm mattress),lovely Art Deco style bathroom with Molten Brown toiletries and a balcony that gives views down towards Wenceslas Square.
The bathroom has floor heating and amenities from Molton Brown, which was much appreciated.
The rooms are big and have everything you need (no iron but you can request one easily.)
The rooms are tidy, big and clean with Nespresso machine, well equipped minibar, super comfy bed and linen, comfortable sofa and armchair, nice lighting which all makes it so perfect for rest. Bathrooms are luxurious and well equipped.
There are always 2 bottles of good drinking water that are replenished daily, a nice Nespresso machine to make good coffee in the room and the food in the restaurant is wonderful!
The Art DecoStyle makes the whole place seem so warm and inviting and we loved coming back to the hotel after a tiring day of being ‘touristy’ in Prague.
The breakfast is amazing! And unlimited drinks and shakes!! Always the waiter asked what she can bring us more! Plenty of choice for breakfast, either served at the table or from a buffet. They have a menu for different kinds of eggs and great choice of everything! And of course Radisson’s speciality – salmon. A huge buffet with cooked to order items available.
The final gem in this fabulous hotel is the Bebop Lobby Bar. It’s a cool cocktail bar with the most creative and quirky cocktails you will have ever experienced. Some of them involve dressing up when you drink them and some don’t look like cocktails at all.
How much does a room costs at Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel?
Executive Suites comprises a bedroom and a living room. Guests staying in an Executive Suite enjoy the elegance of wooden floors.
Additional amenities include:
– Free minibar
– CZK 1000 daily voucher for food and drinks at the BeBop Lobby Bar.
– Choice of breakfasts (in restaurant or via room service)
– Free Pay-TV channels
– 1 hour of free, worldwide phone calls per day
– Daily turn-down service
3. Motel One Prague – Gay Friendly Hotel Prague
Located a 5-minute walk from the Naměstí Republiky Square and 1 km from the Old Town Square, Motel One Prague features the One Lounge bar, free WiFi access, and air-conditioned rooms.
The rooms are equipped with a desk, box-spring beds, a flat-screen TV by Loewe, and a private bathroom with a rain shower and a hairdryer.
Breakfast is available every morning, also offering products like traditional Prague ham, bio bread, lactose free milk or soy milk. Various traditional Czech as well as international restaurants are close to the Prague Motel One. The Florentinum Mall is 190 m away and features various supermarkets.
Great and quiet location in walking distance to the old town of Prague.
Hotel is a 20-30 min taxi ride from airport which the hotel also arranged for us at 590 CZK.
Reception was friendly and helpful to our questions regarding our visit and the local area.
Rooms were spacious immaculately clean and simple but adequately appointed. Comfortable mattress and pillows,air con and modern bathroom with rainfall shower.
The location of the hotel is simply fantastic, outside of the real tourist area, but 5 min walking far from the Powder Tower, 10 from the Old Town Square, and 15 from Wenceslas Square. Also the street in which it’s located it’s not very pretty, but you’ll find almost everything you need: restaurants, a pharmacy, commercial center, Lidl, Starbucks, fast food restaurants: Mcdonald’s, KFC, BK, and Bageterie Boulevard which I strongly recommend, and there are a few around the city.
The rooms are not very big, but just enough to make yourself comfortable. It’s also very clean and recently renovated.
Bathroom is also very clean, not too big,but lack a few amenities like a toothbrush or toothpaste. Shower gel and hand soap are organic. Shower is big and with automated temperature regulation, very nice if you like long showers. Halls of the hotel are very spacious, elevators very fast, and the lobby very modern and comfortable.
Breakfast at the hotel was nice with the usual selection of meats, cheeses and pastries and are plenty till the end of the breakfast time.
There are lots of places to eat within close walking distance so plenty of choice and a Lidl opposite if you need anything else.
The hotel also boasts a Gin bar with around 30 Gins to try. The two barmen are exceptional and have a fantastic knowledge of Gins recommended mixes and accompaniments.
How much does a room costs at Motel One Prague?
This double room features air conditioning.
4. Hotel Golf Prague – Gay Friendly Hotel Prague
Hotel Golf with its spa centre is set in Prague’s 5th district, a 15-minute drive from the city centre and right next to the Golf Club Praha and Košíře-Motol Park. The Hotel Golf Tram Stop is just 50 m away.
The rooms offer a flat-screen TV, coffee and tea making facilities, a minibar and a bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer. Free WiFi is available. Guests can enjoy a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine in the room upon arrival.
The property also offers a spa and fitness centre and massages. The restaurant of Hotel Golf serves Czech cuisine.
Golf Hotel Prague, a 4* gay friendly hotel Prague is a very nice, modern hotel. It’s located close to the airport and 15 minutes tram ride to the city center. Tram stop is few minutes away from the hotel.
It is located bit high in a small forest so romantic.Ideal cause it is away of noise but also close to the city. It is so easy to access the tram. The tram 9 takes you in 15′ to the city centre and it is just 2 min away from hotel. The tram spot is called hotel Golf.
The rooms are fantastic. It is fully equipped with all amenities and you can tell that the rooms were recently renovated. Everything in the room is great, it was cosy, comfortable and very modern. Similar to the rooms are all the common areas of the hotel. The interior of the hotel is so fresh and sparkling that makes you feel excited.
The superior rooms are compact but sufficient. It comes with tea/coffee making facility and a king size bed with very comfy mattress.
The breakfast is beyond sufficient it has more that you need. It is perfect to satisfy all customers regardless of origin. It has wide variety of sweets , fruits, yogurt, coffee, tea, meat, cheese, pastries, pancakes, waffles, eggs cooked all sort ways, you name it.
Very strong Wifi which works also outside of the hotel for a pretty long time. The staff at reception and in the bar are very friendly and helpful.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Golf Prague?
This deluxe double room features an electric kettle, soundproofing and a minibar.
The package includes:
– 1x entry to the wellness studio
– 60 minutes of aroma private spa bath for 2 people
In addition it includes free entrance to the fitness, free parking in front of the hotel, free high-speed WiFi, later check-out until 11:30.
5. AXA Hotel Prague – Gay Friendly Hotels Prague
Re-opened in June 2014 after an extensive renovation, 3-star AXA Hotel was built in the early 1930s in a Functionalist style in a central Prague location 1,100 m from Wenceslas Square. Free WiFi is available, and for surcharge, guests can use a swimming pool, sauna, fitness centre, and sun bed.
The modern and bright rooms at Hotel AXA come with a flat-screen satellite TV, a seating area, and a bathroom.
Bílá Labuť Tram Stop is only steps away, the Florenc Bus Station is 300 m away, and the Palladium Shopping Centre is 400 m away. It is 450 m to the Masarykovo Train Station and 1 km to Prague Main Train Station.
The AXA is in a great location around a 10/15 minutes walk to the Old Town Square and surrounding the hotel are a number of restaurants and cafes.
The hotel is well situated for tram and metro links across the city. The nearest metro station was Florenc which was about 5 mins walk away and the tram and bus stops where right outside the hotel.
The room and bathroom are well decorated, clean and tidy. They have tea and coffee making facilities and also a small fridge. However, there is not a safe deposit box in the room.
The bedroom is spacious, with a very comfortable bed and simply furnished. The bathroom is large and it had a great shower. Also the room is spotlessly clean, as was the rest of the hotel.
Bathroom is excellent with a large shower, the supplied toiletries are OK and the room is kept spotless. TV and tea making facilities were good you can even get BBC.
The breakfast was also very good and there was plenty of choice, even for a vegetarians. Breakfast is plentiful, and varied although the dining area is windowless it is very well presented and despite being busy, tables were quickly cleared and cleaned and relaid for the next customer.
There is also a bar which served food and guest at the hotel and are given a reduction of 15% off the bill at the during your stay at the hotel in Prague.
How much does a room costs at AXA Hotel Prague?
Prices start 80$/night for Double Rooms.
This double room has a seating area and satellite TV.