There are many of gay bars in different parts of Vienna. Vienna Pride runs for two weeks for the first time in 2018. The highlight is of course the RainbowParade, which will take place on June 16 on the Ringstrasse area The Gay pride in Vienna festival area in the city centre and around the Ringstrasse Party is free to enter for everyone! Better hurry up to book your gay friendly hotel Vienna!
Vienna, Austria’s capital, lies in the country’s east on the Danube River. Its artistic and intellectual legacy was shaped by residents including Mozart, Beethoven and Sigmund Freud. The city is also known for its Imperial palaces, including Schönbrunn, the Habsburgs’ summer residence. In the MuseumsQuartier district, historic and contemporary buildings display works by Egon Schiele, Gustav Klimt and other artists.
Top attractions to visit in Vienna
- Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna
- Historic Center of Vienna
- Tiergarten Schoenbrunn – Zoo Vienna
Best Day Trips in Vienna
- Melk Abbey and Danube Valley Day Trip from Vienna
- Budapest Full-Day Trip From Vienna with Accommodation Pick Up
- Mauthausen Concentration Camp Day Trip from Vienna
- Salzburg Day Trip from Vienna with Accommodation Pick-Up
- Salzburg Day Trip from Vienna
1. Le Meridien Vienna Hotel – Gay Friendly Hotel Vienna
Located right on the Ringstraße in the heart of Vienna, Le Méridien Vienna offers free access to its luxurious spa, free minibar with daily refill, free WiFi, 24-hour fitness centre and an indoor pool. The famous State Opera House and popular shopping street Kärntner Strasse are right across from the hotel.
All the spacious rooms at the Le Meridien Vienna have a large flat-screen TV with a multimedia system and offer free soft drinks from the minibar. Most of the large bathrooms feature a free-standing Victorian-style bath and separate massage shower.
Spa facilities at the Le Meridien include a swimming pool, a hot tub, a steam bath, a sauna, and a fitness centre with a personal trainer. Upon reservation, massages are also available.
The hotel has a great location: very close to the Opera house, Hotel Sachel, walking zone, Leopold Museums (and other museums), shopping, etc. At the same time it is off the main street, thus, quiet in spite of its excellent location.
Great location, an easy walk from the subway, which allows for access to all of Vienna including the airport (via the main station). Main tourist attractions are in walking distance. The Spanish Riding School is not far away, as are many other attractions.
The rooms are very good overall, rather spacious, with a super comfy bed, and a nice bathroom with a lovely bathtub, perfect for relaxing after a day visiting museums, and a good shower to wake up in the morning. The free mini–bar, which is refilled everyday is a big plus too.
The beds are good, with a lovely glass back-lit bed head with horse artwork.
Great bathroom with bath tub and shower separately. Free internet at a reasonable speed (for work and to watch TV). Staff is very friendly and helpful. The bathroom has a huge free standing bath and also a great shower system
The rooms are beautiful and modernly styled with an amazing tub and separate multi jet shower. The free mini bar filled with Pepsi, beer, water and juice was a great touch along with the bathrobes and slippers. The bed is small, but very comfortable and the AC seemed to work very well without a timer or similar thing to turn it off needlessly. Wifi is fast and service at the front desk was great.
They have two bars, which are to be sponsored by Moet Chandon which are a great touch.
The breakfast has everything that you could want. They have extensive selection for breakfast and Atheir pastries are delicious. Overall the breakfast is especially good with lots of choice and attentive staff.
How much does a room costs at Le Meridien Vienna?
This room boasts a luxury pillow-top king bed and views of the city or the garden courtyard. Each has a built-in work station, 42″ HD LCD TV, iPod docking alarm, Nespresso machine and mini fridge with bottled water.
Free WiFi and free long-distance calling throughout North America are standard in every room.
2. Hotel-Pension Wild Vienna – Gay Friendly Hotel Vienna
Located in a renovated building dating from 1904, Hotel-Pension Wild offers a very quiet location in the elegant Josefstadt district, only a 5-minute walk away from the Ringstraße boulevard and 200 m from the Rathaus and Volkstheater Underground Stations. Free WiFi is available.
Ironing facilities are available at the reception free of charge, while all rooms feature a hairdryer and fan.
The hotel is located a short walk from the museum quarter (5-10mins) and is on a quieter street which is good at night for sleeping. The staff are very friendly and helpful which made the experience even better.
The location is great, with a lot of places that you can visit within walking distance, like the National Library, Museums Quarter, Parliament, Horse Riding school, parks, and more, and not far away there is also a street which is full of shops if you’re into shopping.
The rooms are very comfortable for the two persons, spacious well appointed bathroom, comfortable beds, mini bar/fridge if you want it. There is no kettle but the room has a well stocked mini bar.
The rooms are large, the beds super comfortable. Extremely clean with a lovely on suite shower room.
The elevator is only large enough to fit 2 people with one suitcase a piece and misses the floors by 1/2 a level so if you are carrying a lot this could be a problem
Breakfast is in a pleasant room visited by the owners adorable dog.
Spotlessly clean breakfast room offering only continental Breakfast- the rate is inclusive of breakfast that includes basics, breads, boiled egg, cold cuts, cheese slices, cereals, yoghurt, Croissants, bread for toasting, ham, cheese, cereals, boiled eggs, fruit, tea, coffee and juice.
How much does a room costs at Hotel-Pension Wild?
Prices start 80$/night for Luxury Double Room with Private Bathroom.
These rooms come with a private bathroom, desk, minibar and cable TV. Free WiFi is available.
3. Melia Vienna Hotel – Gay-Friendly Hotel in Wien
Located in Austria’s highest skyscraper, the DC Tower, the Melia Vienna features luxurious and modern rooms as well as a rooftop terrace with a cocktail bar offering stunning views of the Danube River and the city of Vienna. Free WiFi is provided in the entire property.
Each room and suite is fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows, a modern interior decoration and cutting-edge technology. Amenities such as a Nespresso coffee machine (with 4 free capsules per day), a flat-screen TV and a safety deposit box are standard in all rooms.
Mediterranean as well as local cuisine can be enjoyed at the 57th Restaurant, while local cuisine and cocktails can be enjoyed at the Flow Restaurant and the Flow Bar. A rich breakfast buffet is served every morning.
This is the tallest building in Vienna, the Level lounge is situated on the 57th floor approximate 250m up with a stunning view. The hotel only occupies the first 15 floors. Danube and this area in particular is lovely in the summer.
Location: not centrally located but within 2/3 minutes walk from the U-Bahn which gets you within 7 minutes to the center of Vienna, moreover the Vienna tourist bus located 1 minute walk from the station or 3/4 minutes walk from the hotel.
The Rooms are very spacious, ultra modern design, very clean and included everything you may need such as: bathrobes, slippers, razor kit, dental kit, amenity kit, shoe shine, other toiletries, many towels, magazines, Nespresso coffee machine (free), and a complimentary minibar which had soft drinks, beer and some snacks! The house keeping clean the room twice daily and in the evening you get small chocolate on the bed too!
The room is supplied with snack, cold and hot drinks for free.
The lounge; is located on the 57th floor, has an amazing view and great food, snacks and drinks which includes alcoholic beverages too! Also the breakfast in the lounge was a great experience. (
The breakfast is very good one, many varieties of food and drinks and also a menu which you can choose from.
The gym: the hotel has a gym which is pretty simple.
How much does a room costs at Melia Vienna Hotel?
These spacious rooms offer exterior view and exclusive access to the Executive Lounge situated on the 57th Floor with amazing views of Vienna and the Danube River, including breakfast and snacks throughout the day, and to the John Harris Fitness Club during your whole stay. A Nespresso coffee machine (4 capsules per day) and WiFi access are also included.
Each room is fitted with a floor-to-ceiling window and amenities such as superior quality beds and linen, a flat-screen satellite TV, a minibar (surcharge), a safe, and individual temperature control. The luxurious bathrooms include a rain shower, a bath, and premium Loewe toiletries.
4. Hotel Alpha Wien – Gay Friendly Hotel Vienna
The air-conditioned Hotel Alpha Wien is located in Vienna’s elegant Josefstadt district with its numerous historical buildings and Town Hall, and just 350 m from the Rathaus Underground Station (line U2). It provides free WiFi and features non-smoking rooms with satellite TV and a minibar.
Coffee, tea and fruit are available for free the entire day in the hotel bar. Buffet breakfast is served from 06:30 to 10:30 every morning. Upon request, an earlier take-away breakfast can be arranged.
This small and clean hotel is the perfect choice for a short stay in Vienna . It is located in a quite street, very near to Rathaus, Ringstrasse and to my pleasure to the biggest Weihnachtsmarkt in Vienna located in Rathausplatz. It is also 3 minutes walking close to a Metro station (Rathaus, U-Bahn Line 2) , 5 minutes to Tram station (Rathaus, Line 2) and 10 minutes to another Tram station (Rathausplatz/Burgtheater, Lines 1,71,D). From the airport you can ride the cheap S7 train to Praterstern and then take (the U-Bahn line 2) to Rathausstation, the journey takes around 40 Minutes and costs 3.9 Euros.
The room itself is rather small, bathroom is tiny but well maintained and clean. The room has a minibar, digital safe, hair dryer, a closet, phone,TV but with few channels choices and an air-condition that I never tried. House keeping is on daily basis . Breakfast is adequately packed, Coffee and Tea station was available for guests 24 hours, a very nice gesture. The breakfast room staff were polite and helpful.
A decent bathroom and a shower that provided instantaneous hot water – no waiting around for ages for the right temperature.
Breakfast is always plentiful with the standard selection of cold meats, cheeses, pickles, cooked sausages, bacon, eggs, fresh cakes and pastries, assorted breads and fruits. The choices for teas and coffees are also wide.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Alpha Wien?
Prices start 160$/night for Double Room.
Modern, non-smoking rooms with air conditioning, satellite TV, and a minibar.
5. Getreidemarkt 10 Apartments Vienna – Lgbt Friendly Hotels Vienna
Featuring free WiFi and air conditioning, Getreidemarkt 10 Apartments is situated in Vienna. Hofburg is 400 m away.
All units feature a satellite flat-screen TV. Some units have a terrace and/or balcony. All units include a kitchen fitted with a microwave and toaster. A fridge is also offered, as well as a coffee machine and a kettle. Each unit is fitted with a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Bed linen is featured.
The apartment is directly located at the Naschmarkt (100m away) and easily accessible with the automated reception service in the entrance.
The apartment is extremely clean, modern and quite comfortable, and at a reasonable price. Everything is automated, from check-in to payment, so we haven’t met any staff member
Although there is no staff on-site, the checking-in using the machine was simple and very easy. The apartment is modern, clean and had an amazing wet room bathroom. The views are also amazing, being on the highest floor in the building. The TV is a smart TV so we were able to login using our Netflix account and watch movies, tv shows, etc. The apartment is located in the heart of the city, with on a short 5-minute walk away from the Opera House.
How much does a room costs at Getreidemarkt 10 Apartments?
This studio features a microwave, sofa and electric kettle.