Gay Pride in Graz is a peaceful march of LGBT people and their relatives and friends, which combines social and political protest with entertainment such as live concerts. A few gay friendly hotels Graz are available to be booked online. It takes place every year in the month of June, one of the main destination of Austria. There are more than 45 daily flights from various cities of Europe to Graz if you want to attend the parade.
Graz is the capital city of the southern Austrian province of Styria. At its heart is Hauptplatz, the medieval old town’s main square. Shops and restaurants line the narrow surrounding streets, which blend Renaissance and baroque architecture. A funicular leads up Schlossberg, the town hill, to the Uhrturm, a centuries-old clock tower. Across the River Mur, futuristic Kunsthaus Graz exhibits contemporary art.
Graz is Austria’s second-largest city and was named European Capital of Culture in 2003 and City of Design in 2009. It is one of the best-preserved historical cities in Europe, and is full of impressive institutions and exciting cultural attractions.
Best Day Tours from Graz
- Skip the Line: Schloss Eggenberg Entrance Ticket and Guided Tour
- Universalmuseum Joanneum Pass in Graz
- Skip the Line: Kunsthaus Graz Museum Entrance Ticket
- Skip the Line: Landeszeughaus Styrian Armoury Entrance Ticket in Graz
1. Grand Hôtel Wiesler 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Graz
Located right by thein the of Graz, Hotel Wiesler Graz features a sauna, a fitness area, and a barber shop. The hotel also offers a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi.
The restaurant Salon Marie serves Austrian and international cuisine. The rich and varied breakfast buffet is also served there.
The Kunsthaus museum is 100 m away, and the Mur Island is 300 m from Hotel Wiesler Graz. The Schlossberg Funicular can be reached in a 5-minute walk. Bicycles can be rented on site.
Grand Hôtel Wiesler, in the heart of Graz, has abandoned splendour and star ratings – but not the good old days. Fresh details such as a traditional shave from our female barber, a Turkish bath or military bikes for hire round off the whole experience. At the ‘Salon Marie’ restaurant (open all day), the day begins with breakfast beneath street art covering an entire wall and is finished off with international dishes and soul vinyl music.
Only a few minutes’ walk from Schloßberg and Kunsthaus, the Wiesler is the perfect base for a city tour. And those who still have to work will find free WiFi throughout the hotel. ‘Re-interpreted luxury’ feels comfortingly light at Grand Hôtel Wiesler – for all those who expect more than just a good bed and central location.
The location is fantastic, right on the river and cross the river and you are in the old town and all it has to offer. The hotel itself is great, not highly luxurious but it has everything you need, is very clean and the staff helpful.
The hotel is well situated directly across from the altstadt via one of the many bridges spanning the river running between the old and new parts of the city. The rooms are modishly uncluttered but contain everything you need and lots of tongue in cheek touches.
This hotel follows the hipster style of its sibling properties in Vienna (Daniel) and Graz (Daniel): minimalistic rooms that still provide all you need. The bathroom setup is known (shower room, room for toilet, sink in room). Bed was comfortable, view scenic. Ask for a room facing the river. You will be able to see, yes, the river and also the mountain with the remains of the castle. The street is not bothersome if you keep your windows closed.
The hotel has a chique atmosphere but without being posh or uptight.
Decor felt very modern and fresh.
I loved the layout of my room with the huge walk in shower and the beautiful sink with the mosaic patterns. Slept wonderful in the nice and fluffy bed.
Breakfast is special too. Definitely not your average hotel breakfast.
Again it’s all in the details. There was line seed to stir into your yoghurt, fresh fruits, banana yogurt smoothies and an actual honeycomb from which you can scoop the most delicious and fresh honey you’ve ever tasted.
Then there’s the location which is spot on. Right on the edge of the hip Lend quarter and right in front of the Old Town. I always walked everything from the hotel, no taxi or public transport needed. Graz is a cute little city and nothing was ever more than a 10 minute walk away.
How much does a room costs at Grand Hôtel Wiesler?
This air-conditioned junior suite features wooden floors, unconventional details, free-standing bathtub with chandelier, open shower, Tavalera wash basin and a clear view of the hustle and bustle of the city, a minibar and a safe.
Where to book online – Grand Hôtel Wiesler – Gay Friendly Hotels Graz – you can find the best hotels deals in Graz during AUFSTEIRERN Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Graz on Booking.com or Trivago.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. harry’s home Graz Hotel & Apartments 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Graz
Located in Hart, harry’s home Graz Hotel & Apartments is just a 15-minute drive from the centre of Graz. It features spacious, air-conditioned rooms and apartments. Free WiFi is provided in the entire building.
The flexible concept at Harry’s Home Graz allows guest to choose between small and large breakfasts, daily or weekly cleanings, and rooms with or without a kitchen.
The soundproofed rooms feature a balcony, parquet floors, and a flat-screen TV.
This casual design hotel is located in Hart bei Graz, just 15 minutes from the centre of Graz. Harry’s Home offers 5 different units from 25-55 sqm. Each room has broadband internet access, flat screen TV, air conditioning, high-quality parquet flooring, a large work desk and and free Wi-Fi throughout the whole building.
The majority of the rooms offer a fully equipped kitchen. Numerous shops and 10 modern sports facilities offer the ideal balance between work and leisure. At the bus stop is only a few step from the hotel entrance. From there you take the bus to Graz city centre. The on-site parking is free. The Lassnitzhöhe exit of the A2 motorway is 6 km away. Free parking space is available near the hotel.
The decor was very modern and the rooms were very clean. We had a balcony that ran the length of the apartment AND a private entrance to the terrace. The breakfast buffet had a really nice selection of both hot and cold healthy choices.
We were really surprised by our room, it was modern, had tonnes of useful facilities (such as oven, microwave etc) and it was also really comfortable with two single beds and a sofa bed. Bathroom was a really good size – in fact the whole room was a good size, we didn’t get cramped in there for three days!
Staff were super friendly and the best bit was the Italian restaurant attached, the food was absolutely phenomenal – the best food we had on the trip including a stunning Bresola pizza and some lovely seafood pasta dishes. Really cheap for food and drink too. Would definitely recommend.
The hotel is located in a beautiful rural setting not far from the city of Graz and about 20 minutes by car to the airport. There also appears to be a local commuter train service to a station fairly close by.
Harry’s Home Hotel is a very modern hotel with friendly staff and superb location. It is situated in a really sweet small town near Graz (btw it’s really gorgeous, too, there were flowers everywhere!!). Perfect for the one’s travelling through Austria to the south (Slovenia, Croatia etc.). A big plus for 2 big supermarkets just minutes from the hotel (Spar and Billa).
The rooms are also great: modern, with a balcony. There is a built-in kitchen that has pretty much everything you need for your stay, maybe except for a detergent to wash the dishes.
+ gay friendly!!
+ free wifi
+ free parking
+ good prices
+ supermarkets nearby
+ wonderful location
How much does a room costs at harry’s home Graz Hotel & Apartments ?
Apartment featuring a balcony or terrace and a living with 2 TVs, a dining area and a kitchenette integrated into the bedroom.
Where to book online – harry’s home Graz Hotel & Apartments – Gay Friendly Hotels Graz – you can find the best hotels deals in Graz during AUFSTEIRERN Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Graz on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Hotel Feichtinger Graz 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Graz
Hotel Feichtinger is located in the centre of Graz, only a 5-minute walk away from Graz Art Museum and the historic old town. WiFi access is available free of charge.
The air-conditioned, spacious and sound-proofed rooms feature flat-screen satellite TV and a bathroom with shower and hairdryer.
A rich breakfast buffet is served daily until 11:00, and Hotel Feichtinger also has a bar. Several restaurants and trendy shops are in the immediate vicinity. Lendplatz Square with its well-known farmer’s market is right next to the hotel.
Feichtinger Graz Hotel is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Graz, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
While staying at Feichtinger Graz Hotel, visitors can check out Island in the Mur (0.1 mi) and Kunsthaus Graz (0.2 mi), some of Graz’s top attractions.
Feichtinger Graz Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers newspaper, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available nearby.
While in Graz be sure to experience local tapas favorites at Der Steirer Graz or Promenade.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Schlossberg (0.4 mi), Altstadt von Graz (0.7 mi), and Uhrturm (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Lovely hotel just over the bridge from the old town centre. Staff very friendly and accommodating. Rooms very clean and beds comfortable. Loved the breakfast plenty of variety. Parking available cross the road for 7 euros per day.
The room was clean and well furnished, with a good standard of bed and bathroom linen. The breakfast was excellent, with a fine of selection of cheeses, breads, cereals and fruit and even the possibility of sparkling wine. Parking was however limited and not free and we were unable to reserve a place. We were able to park on the street right outside for one euro, but had to move the car by 9 am the following morning.
The hotel is very conveniently situated. A short walk via the floating bridge takes you into the old centre of Graz.
The room was simple but immaculately clean as was the rest of the hotel.
Location wise it’s simply great with the old centre within a few minutes walking distance and the lively Lendlplatz around the corner.
Breakfast was absolutely fantastic with fresh ingredients, lots of choice and eggs prepared as you wish them.
A great hotel for a short city trip or if you like to have a break when you travel further south to Slovenia, Croatia, i.e
It is excellent choice for stay in the center of Graz. Many popular places are very close. Hotel is clean and cosy. The breakfasts are delicious.
Staff is very nice, helpful and friendly.
Rooms are minimalistic, but have all necessary facilities. Mirrors in the rooms and corridors are huge mirrors allow you to see yourself in a full-length.
It’s good for travels as well as for business trips.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Feichtinger Graz ?
Spacious air-conditioned apartment with a fully equipped kitchen, parquet flooring and high-quality beds with box-spring mattresses. A bathroom features a bathtub and a shower.
Where to book online – Hotel Feichtinger Graz – Gay Friendly Hotels Graz – you can find the best hotels deals in Graz during AUFSTEIRERN Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Graz on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.