Monaco has a smaller gay community and there are a few gay friendly hotels Luxembourg.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Luxembourg enjoy the same rights as non-LGBT people. Partnerships, which grant many of the benefits of marriage, have been recognised since 2004. In June 2014, the Luxembourgish Parliament passed a law enabling same-sex marriage and adoption rights, which took effect on 1 January 2015. Additionally, discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and “change of sex” in employment, healthcare and the provision of goods and services is outlawed, and transgender people are allowed to change their legal gender on the basis of self-determination.
Luxembourger society is noted as tolerant of homosexuality and same-sex relationships. Polling in 2019 from the Eurobarometer found that 87% of Luxembourgers believed gay, lesbian and bisexual people should enjoy the same rights as heterosexual people, one of the highest in the European Union
Luxembourg is a small European country, surrounded by Belgium, France and Germany. It’s mostly rural, with dense Ardennes forest and nature parks in the north, rocky gorges of the Mullerthal region in the east and the Moselle river valley in the southeast. Its capital, Luxembourg City, is famed for its fortified medieval old town perched on sheer cliffs.
Top attractions to visit in Luxembourg City
- Le Chemin de la Corniche
- Luxembourg American Cemetery Memorial
- Pfaffenthal Lift
- Notre Dame Cathedral (Cathedrale Notre Dame)
Best tours in Luxembourg
- Luxembourg city tour by bicycle
- Walking tour with professional photo session in the center of Luxembourg
- Skip the Line: Modern Art Museum Luxembourg (MUDAM) Entrance Ticket
- Private Luxembourg city tour with ParisRio Local Guide
- GAILY TOUR in LUXEMBOURG – Gay & Lesbian Tour
1. Hotel Parc Beaux Arts 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Luxembourg
This hotel offers luxurious suites and is situated in the old centre of Luxembourg only 180 m from the Palais Grand-Ducal. Hotel Parc Beaux Arts features a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi.
The rooms have English country-style décor and unique features including beamed ceilings and fireplaces. Each spacious suite also includes a flat-screen satellite TV and a modern bathroom.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at the restaurant Le Friquet’s, an atmospheric brasserie offering specialties from Luxembourg.
Hotel Beaux Arts is less than 20 m away from the National Museum of History and Art.
Adjacent to the History and Art museum, in the heart of the historic UNESCO listed center of Luxembourg, the Hotel Parc Beaux-Arts is an architectural gem. History and Art are perfectly harmonized with original stone features, wooden panels, Murano lighting, Italian design elements and medieval architectural details. A warm welcome awaits and excellent service have given rise to an unparalleled atmosphere.
The hotel features 11 suites, which are decorated and equipped in such a way as to guarantee an unforgettable stay. They are equipped with wireless high-speed Internet and overlooking views of Luxembourg city.
This hotel is simply put fantastic, in every way.
The location is just spot on, right in the old town and within walking distance to all the shops and the fantastic Christmas market.
The room I had was spacious, clean and neat. There was some noise from the street, but with the windows closed I could barely hear it at all.
The hotel was overall very charming, in an old beautiful building, but the real bonus was the staff. Very easy-going and extremely friendly, yet still very professional. Both front desk and bar/restaurant where simply put fantastic.
I hardly wanted to leave, and will most definitely be back.
The hotel itself has an old feel to it but not run down. The room was spacious, modern and clean. The staff is accommodating as well. The location is perfect as it´s right in the middle of the old town with great places to eat. I highly recommend ¨Thai Celadon¨.
The location of the hotel is perfect close to everything. It’s located next to “Musee National d’Histoire et d’Art”. It took 2-3 min to reach “Grand Ducal Palace” and 4-5 min to reach “Petrusse Express & Casemates du Bock” by walking. So, the location of the hotel is great if you would like to visit the old city. In luxembourg city, there is no metro or tram. So, your only way of transportation is bus. To reach main bus stop which is located in “Centre Hamilius”, you need to walk 10-12 min from the hotel. If you would like to visit another city in grand duchy of luxembourg or a city in another country, you need to reach luxembourg gare. So, after reaching centre hamilius lots of bus lines will take you to luxembourg gare in 5 min. So, all in all the location of the hotel is perfect.
All rooms are suites. It is nice to have a seating area other than the bedroom. So, the room is very comfortable. There was no safety box in the room. It is unacceptable. They told that the safety box is in the reception. We never used it. The hotel needs to put a safety box in each room. One warning; if you have walking disabilities the hotel may be not for you, because the elevator starts from level 1. So you have to use the stairs to reach level 1.
There were few choice of food in the breakfast. And you if you would like to eat ham or cheese or egg, you need to order. (By the way, if you pay 20 euro for the buffet breakfast each day per person, ham, cheese and egg is also included in the price) Waiter changed each day and each of them bring different type and amount of ham and cheese.
There are only 11 rooms in the hotel. So don’t worry, your ham and cheese stock can not be run out easily. I prefer to choose the amount and the kind of food I like. Also, I don’t like to wait during breakfast. Also, we were lucky that we welcomed by a very professional waitress who inform us about the breakfast. If we had welcomed by the other girl in our first morning, most probably we wouldn’t have known that cheese, ham and egg are included in our breakfast. All in all, the quality of the breakfast was very good but I prefer to choose from the buffet instead of waiting the waiter.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Parc Beaux Arts ?
Prices start 241$/night for Suite Room.
This light and spacious suite includes a separate seating area with comfortable armchairs. There is also a modern bathroom.
Where to book online – Hotel Parc Beaux Arts – Gay Friendly Hotels Luxembourg – you can find the best hotels deals in Luxembourg during Fuesend Carnival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Luxembourg on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. ibis Styles Luxembourg Centre Gare 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Luxembourg
Featuring free Wi-Fi,as well as , and water in the lobby, this centrally located hotel is situated a 15-minute walk from the business centre and . The ibis Styles Luxembourg Centre Gare offers rooms, a cosy bar and a winter terrace.
All hotel rooms come with either a queen-size bed or twin beds. All rooms are equipped with a shower, a toilet, cable TV (30 channels), a telephone and a radio.
Various leisure facilities such as sports centre D’Coque are nearby. The younger guests can play a game in the children’s corner. There is an 18-hole golf course nearby.
Ibis Styles hotel in Luxembourg. It is located next to the central train station, widely connected with public transports and the city center can easily be reached in 10 minutes walk. Tea and coffee all day, PC available in the lobby, WIFI access, children corner are part of the hotel complimentary services.”,”viewport”:”DESKTOP”}]}”>
I came to Luxembourg with my cousin to celebrate GAYMAT, which is Luxembourg’s Gay Pride I booked this hotel and read the reviews after I had booked (a habit I often end up doing) and I became concerned about the size of the rooms but as is always the case people are overly critical and only jump online to write a review if they have something to moan about. I found the hotel charming, the room was a little on the small side but it wasn’t the box room some on here have made their rooms out to be, it was perfect for what we needed.
The hotel is right next to a street with bars and a nightclub just two doors away and yet we heard nothing at night and was able to get a good night sleep each and every night we were there, the room was also spotless.The staff were so lovely, friendly and helpful at all times and the breakfast that came with the room was gorgeous as well. I honestly couldn’t fault the place and would a) stay there again next time I visit Luxembourg and b) recommend to anyone I hear who is going.
This hotel is perfectly situated only a three minute walk from the main train station. It’s very much a city street but the area isn’t too bad (I know others have stated the area is bad – but if you’re used to cities, it’s fine, I had no problems), and I didn’t hear any noise from the street (to be fair, I was on the top floor at the back of the building, that helped). It was about a 15 minute walk to the main part of town. The staff were very nice and helpful and breakfast was basic but good. Access to free tea and coffee all day was great, too.
The room itself was small – very small. And the bathroom was the smallest I’ve ever seen (you are bascially leaning over the sink when you sit on the toilet). It was slightly frustrating, but fine if you’re alone, or with someone you don’t mind sharing small spaces with (as there is no room, for example, to towel off in the bathroom after a shower) it’s fine. There was also no hot water – but this wasn’t the hotel’s fault, there were signs up saying it was a city-wide problem.
In all, slightly cramped but nice, and for a good price in this expensive city.
Great location- 100 metres from the railway station and the bus stop for the airport, and about 15-20 minutes walk to the old part of the city and the Grund. Staff were really lovely, very friendly, helpful and accommodating. Rooms are small and the bathroom is smaller, but unless you are looking to spend a lot of time in the room, this won’t be a problem. Good breakfast, and free hot drinks all day, as well as a bar at night. Some good places close by for eating out too.
The hotel was really easy to find located a few minutes walk from the bus stops and main train station. Great location, short walk in to the city over a viaduct with lovely views. Close to shops, restaurants, supermarket etc. Staff very polite and helpful. Room was clean and warm – perfect for the winter. You can pick up city maps at reception. Breakfast is included, typical continental but plentiful to keep you full until lunch at least. Reception manned 24/7.
Room was snug, we stayed in 509, but as we only used it as a base it was fine. En suite in room, again small but the shower was perfectly fine. Rooms serviced daily, although we chose to put the do not disturb sign on as we didn’t need anything. It’s located on a bit of a grotty street (just our opinion), especially at night, but we didn’t experience any trouble. Considering it’s located next to a club we heard no noise, and we slept with the window open! You can store bags here once you have checked out. Bed was comfy, lift and stair access to all floors. Very quiet at night so easy to sleep!
How much does a room costs at ibis Styles Luxembourg Centre Gare ?
Prices start 99$/night for Standard Double Room.
Air-conditioned room including a TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom.
Where to book online– ibis Styles Luxembourg Centre Gare – Gay Friendly Hotels Luxembourg – you can find the best hotels deals in Luxembourg during Fuesend Carnival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Luxembourg on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Hotel Le Place d’Armes 5* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Luxembourg
Le Place d’Armes is situated in the centre of Luxembourg, 300 m from Notre-Dame Catherdral. This boutique hotel features elegant Art Deco décor, a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi.
All of the rooms at Le Place d’Armes is equipped with a flat-screen cable TV. Each room also includes a marble-floored bathroom and most rooms boast original features such as fireplaces or beamed ceilings.
La Cristallerie restaurant serves modern international cuisine in a formal setting. Guests can enjoy a range of finger foods and drinks including cocktails, champagne at L’Orangerie lounge-bar. 24-hour room service is available.
Le Place d’Armes is situated in the heart of Luxembourg City, 300 metres from Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Palast. This boutique hotel features elegant Art Deco, Baroque and contemporary décor, a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi.All of the rooms at Le Place d’Armes are equipped with a flat-screen cable TV. Each room also includes a marble-floored bathroom and most rooms boast original features.La Cristallerie restaurant serves modern high class cuisine in a formal setting.
The Brasserie Plëss is a traditional, casual restaurant with a waste menu.Guests can enjoy a range of finger foods and drinks including cocktails, champagne at Café de Paris, bistro Bar. 24-hour room service is available.Luxembourg Railway Station is 1.5 km from the hotel.The airport a 10 minute taxi drive.
Fantastic location right off the main plaza in central Luxembourg where everything is just a few minutes walk away (and if your room doesn’t overlook the plaza, it is as quiet as being out in the country). If you can, strongly encourage getting at least a junior suite – more than just having a bit more space, you’ll have a unique architectural masterpiece of a room (room 38 has a magnificent vaulted ceiling).
Can’t say enough about the staff – great attention to detail from everyone, and when asked at reception about arranging a day trip to visit a number of castles, they took care of everything so we were able to focus on enjoying ourselves. If you want a cookie-cutter hotel, this isn’t for you. But do you want a special one-of-a-kind stay, you won’t be disappointed here.
What a treat it was to stay a few nights at the beautiful Place d’Armes hotel, right in the heart of central Luxembourg, facing, as the name suggests, onto the famous Place d’Armes. A really elegant hotel crafted from the restoration and clever connection of a number of old homes, we had a large but cosy room. After enjoying a drink from the bistro in the square and the Autumn sunshine, we made the very good decision to have a meal in La Cristallerie – fabulous.
Our short stay in Luxembourg was made all the better for staying at the Place d’Armes hotel.
For me there were two highlights: the room and the location. Room 31 is on the top floor and has a beautiful vaulted timber ceiling. The luxurious linens and lovely slippers/robe were a nice touch as well. As to the location, you could not ask for a more central spot to see the historic sights of Luxembourg Ville. We easily walked all over town, including down to the lovely Grund area. The square directly opposite the hotel is perfect for enjoying lunch or coffee along with a performance at the bandstand (as we did!). Additionally, just round the corner are a supermarket along with many luxury and casual clothing shops.
Loved staying here and hope to return!
The hotel is located right on the Place D’Armes — one of the central squares in Luxembourg City. The hotel affords easy access to the principal walking routes of the older parts of the city. Make time to take one of the routes.
The staff is very welcoming — all smiles; they also helped us secure a dinner reservation at Clairefontaine (a one-star Michelin — superb dining) two months before we arrived. Our room was spacious for a European hotel in centre-ville. Of course, it was quiet. The only item missing was a device to make coffee in the morning — a minor detail in such a stylish and comfortable hotel.
How much does a room costs at Hotel Le Place d’Armes ?
Spacious room including a flat-screen TV with a cable TV. It has a private bathroom with toiletries.
Where to book online– Hotel Le Place d’Armes – Gay Friendly Hotels Luxembourg – you can find the best hotels deals in Luxembourg during Fuesend Carnival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Luxembourg on Booking.com or Trip.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.