Best Western Plus Hotel Noble House

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Malmo Sweden (2024 Updated)

Celebrate LGBT Pride at the Malmo Pride Parade and stay in one of the gay friendly hotels Malmo, Sweden.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights in Sweden are regarded as some of the most progressive in Europe and in the world. Same-sex sexual activity was legalized in 1944 and the age of consent was equalized to that of heterosexual activity in 1972. Sweden also became the first country in the world to allow transgender persons to change their legal gender post-sex reassignment surgery in 1972 whilst transvestism was declassified as an illness.

After allowing same-sex couples to register for partnership benefits in 1995, Sweden became the seventh country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage countrywide in 2009.

Malmö is a coastal city in southern Sweden. It lies at the eastern end of the striking Öresund Bridge, a long road and railway bridge–tunnel running to Copenhagen, Denmark. In the city center, Lilla Torg is a cobblestone square with cafes, half-timbered houses and shops selling local handicrafts. Malmö Castle, a 16th-century fortress built by King Christian III of Denmark, houses nature, history and art exhibits.

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1. Ohboy Hotell 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo Sweden

Ohboy Hotell
Ohboy Hotell

Ohboy Hotell is located in Malmö and offers stylish apartments with a kitchen and free WiFi. Triangeln Shopping Centre is 2.3 km from the property.

The kitchen includes a dishwasher, kitchenware and microwave. The private bathroom comes with a shower. Towels and bed linen are included.

Ohboy Hotell offers guests free use of 1 bicycle per room, when booked in advance.

Amid residential buildings in the Western Harbour, this hip, eco-chic hotel opposite the Stapelbäddsparken skate park uses solar panels, and is 2 km from trains at Central Station and cycling trails at the English-style Kungsparken.

Simple, stylish bi-level rooms feature locally sourced furnishings, private entrances and garden spaces, and provide free Wi-Fi, lounges and kitchenettes. All sleep up to 4 guests.

Loaner folding bikes are complimentary, and there’s a bamboo garden. Hammocks are available for a surcharge.

Welcome to Ohboy hotel, with 31 neat loft hotel rooms. The location is perfect; five minutes from the Central station and the city centre. The sea and the beach is just around the corner, as is grocery stores and cafes. Including comfortable beds, a kitchen, workspace and your own bike to get around town, it couldn’t get better!
The concept is brilliant, we stayed here a few times, short and long stays. The small apartments have a small kitchen upstairs and bedroom downstairs. Service was very good, even late night support (self service apartments). Cool and trendy place to stay.

n Malmo we decided to stay in hotel OH-Boy which is close to town center and Malmo castle and of course Turning Torso. We booked rooms by and there was no problem at all, what more you do not need keys to get into your room instead you use personal pin code. Rooms are rather small but this is nothing new in Sweden, but there are fully equipped even with fully equipped kitchen. Each room has bike available which is nice because in Malmo bikes are fastest way of communication and there are plenty of bike roads.

Malmo its architecture is beautiful also location close to Oresund straits and Oresund bridge, which connects Sweden with Denmark make this location perfect.

Split level rooms with tiny kitchen/dining/living upstairs and sleeping downstairs. LB loved her little sleeping nook tucked under the stairs. It’s an aparthotel so cleaning is once a week. The location is about 20 minute walk into the city center. A bike rental is included in the room cost.

The hotel provides free foldable bicycle for each room. There were bigger cargo bikes are also available for hire. The hotel bed was super comfortable and bathroom was exceptionally clean. The nearest departmental store is about 300 meters away from the hotel.

There are many good restaurants within walking distance from the hotel. My only concern was they clean the rooms weekly once. All the rooms were equipped with smart locks. The person at the reception was very friendly and he provided a Map of the City and also guided me about the routes of the various attractions. Overall it was good peaceful stay.

he hotel offers accommodation for the modern, urban traveller, making it easier to live green with solutions to enable the sharing of resources, reducing emissions all the while living a comfortable life in the city. The loft hotel rooms’ interiors are locally sourced – design, production and materials for the furniture are all from the south of Sweden.

The location is perfect; five minutes from the Central station and the city centre. The sea and the beach is just around the corner, as is grocery stores and cafes. Every room includes comfortable beds, a kitchen, workspace and your own bike to get around town – it’s the hotel of the future.

Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo
Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo

How much does a room costs at Ohboy Hotell ?

Prices start 154$/night for Apartment – Split Level. The Duplex Apartment is  160$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This apartment features a microwave, private entrance and stovetop.

Where to book online – Ohboy Hotell – Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo you can find the best hotels deals in Malmo during  The Malmö Festival  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Malmo on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. Hotel Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo

Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö
Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö

Only 5 minutes’ walk from Malmö Central Station and a few blocks from the main shopping streets, Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö offers free WiFi, gym and sauna access.

The modern, spacious rooms feature a seating area, cable TV and air conditioning.

Radisson Blu Malmö’s restaurant and bar, Thott’s, is located in one of Malmö’s oldest timber-framed buildings. It serves a popular breakfast buffet as well as a variety of Swedish lunch and dinner dishes.

Set in the old town, this modern upscale hotel is an 8-minute walk from Malmö Central train station and 3 km from the landmark Turning Torso skyscraper.

Streamlined rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffee making equipment. Upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines, and suites have separate living areas. Room service is available 24/7.

There’s a rustic-chic restaurant and a wine bar. Additional amenities include an exercise room and a sauna. Massage services, bike rentals and meeting rooms are available.

Hotel located just minutes from the Central Station and close to shopping districts and restaurants. 229 Rooms, 25 meeting rooms, lobby bar, wine lounge and a restaurant with eco-local food. We have the largest hotel rooms in Scandinavia with an average of 43 square meters in size. Please note that cash payment is not accepted.

Great hotel located in city center, 10 minutes walking from central train station. Room was spacious and clean. The bed was comfortable and big. In room you can find Nespresso machine. Bathroom was clean and big. Minus was weak water pressure in shower and it was little cold in room. Breakfast was excellent, you can choose from a la carte menu plenty of food. Staff was friendly and helpful! Definitely recommend, we will come back.

The hotel is nice and is close to the train station away and away from the train station. The rooms are big. The layout is a little odd. The bed is close to the floor and then there is a bar area and then a sitting area and desk. The bathroom is nice and the toiletries are above average. The breakfast is fair and has a good variety although it gets old fast. If breakfast isn’t in the rate included its pricey. There are lots of places to eat for breakfast in the area.

A very good four-star city hotel, especially compared to the competition around Stortorget.

My room was surprisingly large and came with a separate sitting area as well as a good desk with sockets etc. The bed, while a bit narrow, was comfortable. There were two beds next to each other that could be moved. There were several sockets by the bed for charging your devices.

WiFi didn’t require a password and was fast enough. There was a safe, a minibar and ample closet space.

The white tiles on the bathroom walls made it feel a little hospital like, but there was a deep bathtub, a handheld shower with adequate water pressure and all the usual amenities needed.

All staff members were friendly both at reception and in the breakfast room. I checked in at 11:30 and got my room right away. A late check out at 2:30 was granted without problems, although the check-out itself took far too long as there was only one single receptionist working and there were five guests in line.

Breakfast cost 159 SEK when paid at check-in, and it was well worth it. The spread was not outstanding but included all the usual essentials, both hot and cold. The bread basket was extensive. The fruit left a bit to be desired and there could have been a more variable juice selection. Breakfast is served 6:30-10 on weekdays and 7-11 on weekends.

The hotel is located in the city centre. The walk from the airport train and main railway station takes ten minutes, and Stortorget, the heart of Old Malmö, is also a ten minute walk away. The hotel building also houses a sad shopping centre with mostly empty store space, but it has two supermarkets, which is convenient.

I will definitely stay at the Radisson again, as I consider it the best option in central Malmö, yet very reasonably priced.

This is in central Malmo, it is within easy walking distance of the central railway station, and the main square and shopping area. I stayed in a larger double room which was very spacious. The breakfast is a buffet style but you can eat as much as you like.

There is also a mini menu where you can order other breakfast options. Staff are friendly and helpful. Would stay here again. There is a shopping mall right next to the hotel with ICA and Lidl supermarkets.

Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo
Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo

How much does a room costs at Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö ?

Prices start 143$/night for Standard Room. The Premium Room is  160$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Includes a Nespresso coffee machine, in-room breakfast, a TV and a seating area. Bathrobes and slippers add extra comfort.

Where to book online – Radisson Blu Hotel Malmö – Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo you can find the best hotels deals in Malmo during  The Malmö Festival  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Malmo on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Best Western Plus Hotel Noble House 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Malmö

Best Western Plus Hotel Noble House
Best Western Plus Hotel Noble House

Located by Gustav Adolf’s Square, this eco-friendly hotel is 100 m from Malmö’s pedestrian street, Södergatan. It offers a restaurant, a sauna and free Wi-Fi. The Lilla Torg square is 200 m away.

The modern, individually decorated rooms at Best Western Plus Hotel Noble House have a flat-screen TV and a tiled bathroom with a shower.

Tavernan Bar and Lounge offers meals and drinks in an international and cozy atmosphere. A buffet breakfast is served every day. Free coffee and tea is available around the clock.

Set in downtown Malmö, this chic, modern hotel is a 3-minute walk from popular Lilla Torg square, 10 minutes’ stroll from contemporary art at the Moderna Museet Malmö and 13 minutes’ walk from Malmö Castle.

Cozy rooms offer flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and desks, along with mini fridges and safes. Upgraded rooms add DVD players, tea and coffeemakers, and luxe bedding. Suites have separate living rooms; 1 provides extra bedrooms and bathrooms, plus a private sauna.

There’s a free breakfast buffet. Other amenities include a lively restaurant/ bar, a gym and a sauna.

Stay at our four star hotel in Malmö City, close to the restaurants at Lilla Torg and the best shopping areas just outside the door.The style in our rooms is modern and cozy with different wallpapers, beautiful art and fully tiled bathrooms. Our mascot, Turbo the dog and his puppies keep you company in every room.When the feet are tired after a whole day of shopping, you can relax with a cocktail in the bar or enjoy a meal in our restaurant on lobby level.If you wish to relax a while, you can use the sauna located on the 6th floor or treat yourself with a beauty treatments at a nearby beauty school.

You can borrow both bicycle and walking equipment at front desk, so explore the city! Take a ride to all the nearby parks, the beautiful beach or famous building Turning Torso.The hotel is eco-labelled, smoke free and offers complimentary wireless internet access throughout.

The hotel has a warm atmosphere. Rooms are not very big but good enough with all features that you need in a room. Breakfast is very complete and well served by the staff. No lack of anything. I recommend this hotel to everybody that is on the way up north or wants to visit Malmö. Very nice hotel and a very nice city.

Great hotel. Our room had separate sleeping quarters, a main room and a living room with a sofa bed. It’s very close to all attractions, including Old Town (5 min walk). If you want to take the short trip to Copenhagen. The best and economical way in my opinion take the 999 bus that stops behind the hotel, just walk thru the lobby and the double glass doors and you are 25 steps away from it. The bus terminal is right in the center of Copenhagen within walking distance to the old port and the little mermaid.

This hotel is conveniently located in the old town and about a 10 minute walk (with luggage) from the central train station. Check-in was super quick and smooth; service friendly and efficient and the breakfast selection was sufficient. Our room (standard room) was not too small and had all the necessary amenities. Coffee/tea making facilities are not available in the rooms, but coffee/tea and pastries are available to hotel guests in the lobby throughout the day.

As Sweden is an expensive country to visit, this certainly helps to keep the food costs down! Malmo is a lovely city to visit; most attractions and activities are within walking distance from the hotel. A hop-on-hop-off bus service is not available, but the city has a circle-line bus route (bus no 3 – at the central station) which allows you to get an overview of the city for about 22 SEK per person. This takes about an hour.

Room was silent when windows inside the block side. Others the room surfaces would need some maintenance. Breakfast was excellent and nicely served and hotel staff really friendly. Location if needed to visit evening at restaurants is also brilliant because everything is nearby.

The location is excellent a couple of minutes walk from the little square, 10 minutes from the station and with an abundance of restaurants in close proximity. Staff are very friendly and helpful, restaurant and large bar area, nice to sit here for a nightcap after a big day out.

Breakfast was good and the room whilst not “flash” met our needs with a comfortable bed and plenty of hot water. Paid parking is available in a secure garage adjacent to the hotel.

Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo
Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo

How much does a room costs at Best Western Plus Hotel Noble House ?

Prices start 173$/night for Superior Double Room. The Superior Extra Double Room
is  185$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This double room features a tea/coffee maker, minibar and soundproofing.

Where to book online – Best Western Plus Hotel Noble House – Gay Friendly Hotels Malmo you can find the best hotels deals in Malmo during  The Malmö Festival  which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Malmo on or or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.

by Sorin

Sorin is a freelance travel writer. He is an experienced travel writer and traveller. Since 2012 he explored more than 60 countries on 4 continents: Asia, Europe, Africa and North America. Currently is based in Romania after spending the last 7 years in Myanmar.