Gay Friendly Hotels Kitzbühel: Top 3 | Austria| Traveler Choice
Gay Pride in Kitzbühel 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 Kitzbühel 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 145 daily flights from various cities of Europe to Vienna if you want to attend the parade.
Kitzbühel is a small Alpine town east of Innsbruck, in the western Austrian province of Tyrol. It’s a fashionable winter resort, known for the annual Hahnenkamm downhill race. Upscale shops and cafes line the streets of its medieval center. Museum Kitzbühel chronicles the history of the town and the area’s winter sports, with paintings by local artist Alfons Walde. Its rooftop terrace has sweeping town views.
What are the top attractions to visit in Kitzbühel?
Kitzbühel offers good options for beginners to learn skiing and snowboarding on a range of simple slopes. However, you should be prepared to take on more difficult sections, as the blue-marked slopes are not always directly accessible from lifts.
- Kitzbüheler Innenstadt
- Element3 Ski School
- Die Bergbahn Kitzbuhel – KitzSki
Day Trips from Kitzbühel
- Kitzbüheler Horn.
- The Hahnenkamm.
- St. Andreas Parish Church.
- Alpine Flower Garden Kitzbühel Horn.
- Museum Kitzbühel.
- The Schwarzsee.
1. Haus Romeo Alpine Gay Resort – Men 18+ Only – Gay Friendly Hotels Kitzbühel
The Haus Romeo is just a 3-minute walk from the Scheffau Cable Car in the Wilder Kaiser/Brixental ski area. It features a spa area with sauna and steam bath and offers free Wi-Fi and free public parking.
A barbecue party is organised every Friday in the garden of the Haus Romeo. In the wintertime there is a buffet dinner with Tyrolean specialities.
All rooms are soundproofed and come with flat-screen satellite TV, hardwood floors and DVD players. The bathrooms are either shared or private and are equipped with showers.
A gay-only hotel, the Haus Romeo is just a 3-minute walk from the Scheffau Cable Car in the Wilder Kaiser/Brixental ski area. It features a spa area with sauna and steam bath and offers free Wi-Fi and free public parking. A barbecue party is organised every Friday in the garden of the Gay Hotel Haus Romeo Men Only. In the wintertime there is a buffet dinner with Tyrolean specialities. All rooms are soundproofed and come with flat-screen satellite TV, hardwood floors and DVD players. The bathrooms are either shared or private and are equipped with showers. The ski bus stops only 150 metres away from the Gay Hotel Romeo
The ski bus stops only 150 m away from the Haus Romeo.
There are gay hotels defined by style, and those designed for adult entertainment. This is the latter. Close to ski lifts but in a non picturesque setting – rooms face a highway. The owners have taken over management and are incredibly gracious. The staff are fun but off limits. The experience is unique. You can enjoy full on bathhouse experiences or simply ski and enjoy the area – your choice. I was unaware of the full sexual nature and left after only 3 days of my booking for a more traditional hotel – but can see that for men who view their sex like sport – this is a unique hotel. The sauna and sex rooms were clean. The hotel rooms basic but comfortable. Hosts and staff honest and friendly. I would recommend to friends looking for this type of accommodation.
If you are tired of the big crowds, this is the ideal place to spend a few nights, relax, get to know new guys and have fun! The hosts always try to improve things and this visit we found a new nice bar and a larger variety in breakfast – great!
We will always come back again, because Haus Romeo is a great break, even just for a night or two – a perfect alternative for Munich gay saunas, combined with a relaxing stay.
I loved this place and had no complaints. The rooms are all very modern with high-end bathroom fixtures and furniture. Bedding was above average. Wifi worked fine. After a day skiing you can hang out in the bar or in the sauna (or both). Breakfast was above average. My room had very nice views. I wouldn’t hesitate to go back.
Simple, but very clean and comfortable rooms. Very friendly staff and guests. Ideal location directly across the street from the Scheffau gondolas. The postal bus stops nearby, so day trips to other areas are easy to arrange. The area is beautiful. I would love to return… if it weren’t for the 8 hour flight I’d go every weekend.
If coming by train, take the postbus from Worgl and get off at the Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser am Trattenbach stop. Super easy. You can buy a ticket from the driver when you board. I think it was about 3 euro a person. Also fairly easy to get there via bus from Kitzbuhel, if you are willing to transfer once.
Comfortable rooms, spotless clean, across the street from the ski lifts, nice sauna, hot movie lounge;) Manfred and Tomas are very welcoming and attentive to their guests – we enjoyed a lot a ski excursion with Manfred, and a toboggan night. Sauna at Haus Romeo is a great apres ski that attracts locals as well as hotel guests.
Scheffau town is a 10 minute walk but hardly has any places of interest for the tourists. It has a bank, a post office, a grocery shop, a church and a bus stop and that is basically it. A short ride away there is Elmau town that is bigger and has a few nice cafes and a small aqua park. The area as a whole is charming, calm and relaxing.
How much does a room costs at Haus Romeo Alpine Gay Resort?
Prices start 90$/night for Double Room.
Where to book online – Haus Romeo Alpine Gay Resort– Gay Friendly Hotels Kitzbühel Austria – you can find the best hotels deals in Kitzbühel during Kitzbühel Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Kitzbühel on Booking.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Schwarzer Adler Kitzbühel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Kitzbühel
The Schwarzer Adler is a modern boutique hotel with a traditional ambience in the centre of Kitzbühel. Wi-Fi access in public areas is available free of charge.
In summer this 4-star superior hotel offers a roof terrace with an outdoor pool, a bar, and mountain views. A 1,000 m² spa area with indoor pool, a gym, and a selection of massages are also available.
The Schwarzer Adler features the award-winning à la carte restaurant Neuwirt, a hotel restaurant with 3 traditional wooden dining rooms, and an elegant bar with an open fireplace.
From a modest country inn to an award-winning boutique hotel: guests are drawn to Kitzbühel’s Schwarzer Adler for its traditional hospitality, modern architecture, and stupendous views across the entire city from the longest rooftop pool in the Alps.
Our room was spacious and quiet – the only downside was that there wasn’t a great view from the small balcony which overlooked the rear of the hotel.
There are two beautiful swimming pools, the rooftop pool is spectacular, and there is also a lovely indoor pool, both part of the spa area.
The hotel also has a good position in the town, just a few minutes walk from the main street.
The black spa has a heated indoor pool with jacuzzi with about 10 loungers and an additional 6 in a quiet area, there is a small but well equipped gym and sun beds for those so inclined. There is water and tea on tap to keep hydrated. Obviously treatment rooms for massages etc.
There is an area below this with 2 saunas a steam room, ice room and another 6 loungers in a relaxation area. Be aware though that like many saunas in this part of the world clothing is optional.
The crowning glory however was the rooftop pool, heated and apx 25m long surrounded by loungers and a seating area.
A highlight of our stay was the excellent food in the restaurant which is of a very high standard. We had a half-board deal which is not something we usually do. We did intend to eat out a couple of evenings during our week’s stay, but none of the local restaurants tempted us away from the delicious 5 course dinner menu here, which is beautifully presented. Top marks to the chef and his team.
This is a no children zone, In Fact I think kids are only allowed at the indoor pool between 3 and 5. It’s a spa not a children’s resort.
The hotel itself is located about 150m away from the pedestrianised centre of town and about 5-10 mins from the train station.
The décor is lovely, the rooms a tasteful mix of contemporary and alpine styling even if some of the modern features such as wooden floors and sliding wardrobe doors are noisy when you hear them through the wall of the next door room!
The cleaning staff deserve a special mention for keeping the rooms and the entire hotel in beautiful condition. Molton Brown toiletries in the bathroom were welcome and generously provided. The wellbeing area is very good indeed, the pool in particular being of a size that you can genuinely swim in rather than splash around and there was plenty of space.
The industrial feel of the décor in the pool area wasn’t to my taste, it felt a bit like an underground car park. I know it is all supposed to look quite edgy and modern but in truth a find a wellness area to be at it’s best when decorated in relaxing tones and textures. The service, cleanliness, provision of towels etc in the wellness area was excellent. I had two treatments, one of which was one of the best massages I’ve ever experienced and the other was very average. The outdoor pool was a key draw and part of our reason for booking, but was utterly useless, as it was freezing cold. I only saw one brave soul use it all week.
The gym is a great room but the resistance machines and free weight equipment is quite old and incomplete and more tailored to heavy lifters. The cardio equipment is perfectly acceptable though. I use the gym a lot and found this disappointing. The restaurant staff were the only hotel staff that we felt we got to know and they were very friendly and attentive even when they appeared rushed off their feet. I tried ordering the vegetarian option on a couple of evenings but it took an extremely long time to arrive and so I gave up in the end and opted for fish instead.
One of the features of Austrian hotels that I really love is that family feel and personal touch. I didn’t feel I got that here. I was no closer to knowing who the hotel management were when I left as when I arrived. We had a room on the third floor at the side of the hotel which was wonderfully quiet, no noise from the street or the bar. I would recommend this hotel. It would have scored five stars for me with more of a personal touch, a properly heated outdoor pool, better gym facilities and a restaurant more able to cope with busier nights and deliver its veggie menu options.
How much does a room costs at Schwarzer Adler Kitzbühel?
Prices start 230$/night for Standard Double Room. The Junior Suite with Balcony is 362$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Elegant, traditionally furnished junior suite with a private sauna and a bathroom with bathtub and shower. The spacious junior suite features a balcony, cable TV and free WiFi access.
Where to book online – Schwarzer Adler Kitzbühel – Gay Friendly Hotels Kitzbühel Austria – you can find the best hotels deals in Kitzbühel during Kitzbühel Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Kitzbühel on Booking.com or Trivago.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Grand Tirolia Hotel Kitzbühel, Curio Collection by Hilton 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Kitzbühel
The Grand Tirolia Hotel Kitzbuhel, Curio Collection by Hilton is set in breathtaking Alpine scenery on the award-winning 18-hole championship golf course Eichenheim. It offers panoramic hillside views as well as a spa with indoor and outdoor pools, 6 saunas and massage rooms.
All rooms and suites are luxuriously furnished and include a reading chair or pull-out sofa, a 49-inch interactive TV, ironing facilities and touch panel in-room controls. Many rooms or suites offer a large furnished balcony or terrace and/or views of the Tyrolean Alps and the golf course.
Austrian specialities can be enjoyed in the Restaurant Grand Tirolia or on the sun terrace. Guests are also welcome to relax in the lobby bar and lounge.
The Grand Tirolia Hotel Kitzbühel, Curio Collection by Hilton is nestled in the 18-hole Golf Course Eichenheim, one of the most beautiful Golf Courses in Europe, at the edge of Kitzbühel. Guests will immediately feel comfortable at the luxury resort, where tradition and style merge into a unique atmosphere. During winter, all ski areas in the Kitzbühel region are reachable from the resort within minutes. In summer, hiking to one of the mountain pastures can commence right in front of our doors. 81 different rooms and suites cater for all accommodation needs and after an eventful day, the eforea SPA offers relaxation on 1.500 m2.
11 treatment rooms are available for individual beauty treatments and massages and offer luxury for body and soul. From a culinary viewpoint, the Grand Tirolia Hotel Kitzbühel excels on all levels – whether it be the “Herbarium” restaurant which offers a variation of traditional Tyrolean delights, the hotel restaurant “Eichenheim“ for an extended breakfast or the casual Cooper Bar and Library.
Grand Tirolia is mostly about location, which is absolutely prime. Close to Kitzbuhel downtown – basically walking distance. Nestled next to beautiful and prestigious golf course resort. The views are fenomenal, doesn’t matter whether its from your huge balcony of your room, or very nice restaurant, with huge terrace.
Prices nowadays are quite affordable, so if you go to this area, go here. In comparison with Kempinski Jochberg, which is nearby, this hotel wins mostly for its location. Kempinski more classy in interiors, but it is a bit too far from main things and too close to the main road, lacks views. Tirolia has it all. Wellness area is big enough, and very well maintained. Cuisine high class and for golf players this is must go, because hotel is very golf friendly of course.
It is located a bit outside of Kitzbuhel with great mountain views. It has all the amenities one might need when spending a few ski days in this charming part of Tyrol. Free shuttle service to the Hahnenkamm gondola and a ski rental on the ground make the hotel an easy choice for skiers. Indoor and outdoor pool, great spa area with a couple of saunas and steam rooms.
Rooms are large with alpine decor, big bathrooms, extra toilet and big shower, large balconies with great views. The restaurants on the premises are good catering from austrian food to top cuts in the steak restaurant. Breakfast buffet is top notch with every thinkable choice of food including healthy options. Across the hotel service is excellent, friendly, helpful and efficient.
Our room was super spacious with stunning view and balcony and really comfortable bed and huge bathroom. The breakfasts are wonderful with endless choice. They even had a dedicated juicer who can make you fresh breakfast juices to order.
The Spa and Pool were perfect with 6 different saunas/steam options and an indoor/outdoor pool. Best thing – if you are a skier – is that you can hire skis/boots and buy whatever else you need on site – they have their own ski/golf shop on site with very helpful staff (there is a golf in the summer) and free ski shuttle bus to and from the slopes every morning/afternoon. You can even buy your lift pass at the hotel.
The rooms are modern and tastefully decorated. It was a pleasure waking up in the morning. The bed was very comfy and the bathroom had heated flooring. We had a great partial mountain view. The staff was very friendly and helped with any request we had. We were greeted with a friendly good morning every day. We absolutely recommend the breakfast as well. There is certainly something there for even the pickiest of eaters and the breakfast juice bar was the right way to start your day with vegetable and fruit juices freshly pressed. We would absolutely stay at this gay friendly hotels Kitzbühel again.
How much does a room costs at Grand Tirolia Hotel Kitzbühel?
Prices start 255$/night for King Superior Room. The King Premium Room with Alpine View
is 405$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This room comes with a furnished balcony or terrace with a view of the Tyrolean Alps.
The room is equipped with a minibar, entertainment TV and vanity mirror. Most of the private bathrooms feature a walk-in shower, while some are fitted with a bath instead.
Where to book online – Grand Tirolia Hotel Kitzbühel – Gay Friendly Hotels Kitzbühel Austria – you can find the best hotels deals in Kitzbühel during Kitzbühel Film Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Kitzbühel on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.