Mexico City is the one biggest city of Mexico and a is one of the gay-friendliest place in Mexico along with the city of Monterrey. We will find most of the accomodation to be suitable for gay couples in Gay Hotels en Monterrey.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights in Mexico have expanded in recent years, in keeping with worldwide legal trends.
LGBT people in Mexico have organized in a variety of ways: through local organizations, marches, and the development of the Commission to Denounce Hate Crimes. Mexico has a thriving LGBT movement with organizations in various large cities throughout the country and numerous LGBT publications (most prominently in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Tijuana, and Puebla).
Monterrey, capital of the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo León, is a sprawling business and industrial center fringed by mountains. It’s overlooked by the Palacio del Obispado, a storied Baroque palace with a regional museum. Downtown lies the Macroplaza, a vast green area of connected squares home to the striking Museo de Arte Contemporáneo and the Faro de Comercio tower, which beams green lasers into the sky.
Best Day Trips in Monterrey
- Horsetail Falls Park Tour
- From Monterrey Caves Garcia
- Hot spring experience from Monterrey
- Cola de Caballo and Santiago Tour
- Noreste Explorer (El Potrero Chico and Boca de Potrerillos Archaeological Site)
1. Fiesta Inn Monterrey Fundidora 4* – Hotels Gay Monterrey
Looking for a place to stay in Monterrey? Then look no further than Fiesta Inn Monterrey Fundidora, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Monterrey to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and Fiesta Inn Monterrey Fundidora makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a 24 hour front desk and room service.
In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit.
As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Close to some of Monterrey’s most popular landmarks, such as Gran Plaza o Macroplaza (2.4 mi) and Paseo de Santa Lucia (2.4 mi), Fiesta Inn Monterrey Fundidora is a great destination for tourists.
Monterrey has plenty of Mexican restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Los Generales, Muncher House, and Me Muero de Hambre, which are serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular historic sites like Pueblo de Santiago and Antiguo Palacio Federal, which are all a short distance from the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Fiesta Inn Monterrey Fundidora as you experience everything Monterrey has to offer.
This hotel have a good location, near interesting places and downtown, very good service.
If you want a trip combined with work and tourism is a good option and recommend the Restaurant inside Fundidora Park.
The hotel is very well located, a short taxi ride to the expo center. It is also next to the small ETN and Turistar bus station.
The rooms are very comfortable with a nice view of the Cerro de la Silla mountain.
They have a small restaurant with friendly service. Overall, the service is impeccable and the only flaw is that although they have a pool it was not in service.
This is an excellent, inexpensive hotel in Monterrey close to Cintermex and Parque Fundidora.
I have repeatedly stayed here for the last 2 years, and the service has been excellent without exception.
This hotel was recently built and is very clean. The staff is representative of a business class hotel, and are very helpful.
I would recommend this hotel to everyone.
How much does a room costs at Fiesta Inn Monterrey Fundidora?
Prices start 60 $/night for King Room. The Junior Suite is 270$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.
This guest suite includes a large work desk, 2 telephones and a cable TV. A living room with a single or double couch will be provided, as will a coffee maker, ironing facilities and a wet bar with a microwave.
Where to book online – Fiesta Inn Monterrey Fundidora – Hotels Gay Monterrey- you can find the best hotels deals in Monterrey during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Monterrey on Booking.com or Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. Holiday Inn Monterrey 5* – Hotels Gay En Monterrey
Located in Monterrey, Holiday Inn Monterrey-Parque Fundidora offers an outdoor pool and tennis court with sauna and gym, and free Wi-Fi.
Modern air-conditioned rooms feature satellite TV. All come with a work desk and coffee maker. The private bathroom includes a hairdryer.
Holiday Inn Monterrey-Parque Fundidora offers breakfast, lunch and dinner in its Crisol restaurant. There is also a lobby bar.
Located in the distinguished Zona Valle – San Pedro, within the City of Monterrey, Mexico. With a privileged location, MS MILENIUM allows every traveler to enjoy Monterrey’s best location, near corporate offices, restaurants, shopping malls, nightlife and just 30 minutes from Monterrey International Airport. The hotel and public spaces also have a stunning view of the Sierra Madre Mountains, an iconic sight in the city of Monterrey.
Its location inside Parque Fundidora makes this hotel so perfect. If you want to visit the central area of Monterrey stay here and move to the downtown by the small boats that take you from Parque Fundidora to the Macroplaza.
The location of this hotel is great. The rooms are a bit old but comfortable. The service is good.
Location is everything! Located right on the Fundidora Park it is beside the Cintermex and close to Auditorio Citibanamex.
Attention to detail is impressive. Check in was smooth and room ready even though we arrived an hour early.
Food was great. Buffet breakfast and lunch with ample options. Dinner was Al la Carte and quick service.
The location is not ideal unless you have a car because there are not many restaurants within easy walking distance, but apart from that, it is a very nice hotel.
The rooms are spacious and well equipped and with a very nice view of the surrounding mountains.
The restaurant has a pool of koi carp to watch while having a peaceful and relaxing breakfast. The staff in the restaurant and at the front desk are all very friendly and helpful and can speak English as well as Spanish.
The parque fundidora is next to the hotel so is very easy for having a walk in a quiet and peaceful area away from the city traffic.
Good hotel, nice spacious room, very comfortable bed, good bathroom with amenities, location its ok right next to Parque Fundidora a very nice park to walk around or take a boat to Macroplaza. Restaurant was ok, buffet breakfast with a variety of options.
How much does a room costs at Holiday Inn Monterrey-Parque Fundidora?
Prices start 73 $/night for Superior King Room. The Deluxe Room is 91$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.
Bed type and smoking preference cannot be guaranteed and will be allocated upon arrival. Includes private lounge access, breakfast, cocktail and afternoon snack.
Where to book online – Holiday Inn Monterrey – Hotels Gay En Monterrey – you can find the best hotels deals in Monterrey during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Monterrey on Booking.com or Agoda.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Krystal Monterrey 4* – Hoteles Gay Monterrey
Set in Monterrey, 400 m from MARCO Museo Monterrey, Krystal Monterrey offers accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a fitness centre and a bar.
With free WiFi, this 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and room service.
The accommodation provides a business centre, a concierge service and organising tours for guests.
Video Review of Krystal Monterrey
At the hotel all rooms are fitted with a private bathroom.
Krystal Monterrey offers a buffet or à la carte breakfast.
Macroplaza is less than 1 km from the accommodation, while Obispado Museum is 5 km away.
The hotel is located at a great location near the macroplaza.
In the area there is enough to see, for example the parque fundidora. You can shop and there are more than enough good restaurants nearby. The staff is friendly and helpfull and the rooms and hotel in general are beautifull.
Excellent place to stay. Walking distance (three blocks) from MacroPlaza, five minutes from a Plaza de la Tecnologia, close to the boarding area for the Santa Lucia Water Ride.
The hotel looks great, and staff is friendly.
The hotel is old but very well kept and they are renovating it as there is quit a competition, in general it is a good place to stay as it is in front of the macroplaza near the downtown and with quick access to everything except airport that is a half hour without traffic
Location: We are walking people. We prefer to get out and walk the city rather than drive or cab around.
It is not uncommon for us to walk 15-20 miles a day when we are exploring.
If you are like us and you love to walk walk walk this is a great area. If you like to walk a little bit…this is still a great area.
There is a lot to see and do around the hotel. There is the “River Walk” which is within normal walking distance.
At the end of the river walk which is not what most people consider walking distance there is a museum.
It is the Steel Museum. We walked the whole river walk but about half way down you can bike it if you aren’t a walker.
You are within walking distance to the old quaint part of the city “Barrio Antiguo”. Very cute, colorful little business and houses.
A lot of museums (history and art). There is a nice park across the way from the hotel that is a hop and skip away. There are a lot of food options nearby.
We did struggle a little bit with finding a lot of breakfast options. We never ate at the hotel restaurant.
We ordered room service our first night because we were so tired. We got the tortilla soup. It was decent.
TRANSPORTATION: Metro Rail very close $4.50 pesos. There are plenty of taxi’s – you need pesos for this. Not a lot of card readers. Walking – obviously.
There is a B cycle around the city not sure where the locations are. There is UBER and buses. I walked, cab and metro nailed it around with ease and a moderate amount of spanish.
Wifi was okay. It was not super fast American wifi. It allows you to do basic googling/maps/e-mail/text. I could not use Netflix on my iPad.
Side note: Many people are very picking about their beds and it can be a deal breaker for them.
I’m not that picky but feel that there are people who would be upset about the mattress. We do sleep on a memory foam mattress.
This bed was very hard. I’m not sure if that is because we are used to memory foam or if this was just a really hard damn bed. My boyfriend and I agreed on this.
Tip: Floor to ceiling glass windows is on one side of the building only (I believe).
That side gives you a views of the city with mountains in the background. We were in room 516 which was on the “good side” of the building.
How much does a room costs at Krystal Monterrey?
Prices start 65 $/night for Deluxe King Room. The Junior Suite is 88$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples. double room features air conditioning.
This double room has air conditioning, seating area and private entrance.
Where to book online – Krystal Monterrey – Hoteles Gay Monterrey – you can find the best hotels deals in Monterrey during Day of the Dead which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Monterrey on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.