Gay Hotels Paris

Guide to Gay Friendly Hotels in Paris France (2024 Updated)

Is France and Paris one of the prime locations for LGBT people to travel? Yes, it is considered one of the most friendly gay city in Europe. From restaurants, bars, sauna and gay friendly hotels Paris has all it needs for a great holiday in France and beyond.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) rights in France have been among some of the most advanced in the world. France has frequently been named one of the most gay-friendly countries in the world.Recent polls have indicated that a majority of the French people support same-sex marriage and in 2013,another poll indicated that 77% of the French population believed homosexuality should be accepted by society, one of the highest in the 39 countries polled.Paris has been named by many publications as one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world, with Le MaraisQuartier Pigalle and Bois de Boulogne being said to have a thriving LGBT community and nightlife.

Paris, France’s capital, is a major European city and a global center for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Its 19th-century cityscape is crisscrossed by wide boulevards and the River Seine. Beyond such landmarks as the Eiffel Tower and the 12th-century, Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is known for its cafe culture and designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

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1. Residence Central Marais 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Paris France

Residence Central Marais
Residence Central Marais

Located in Paris, in the Marais district, Residence Central Marais is 400 m from Pompidou Centre. Notre Dame Cathedral is 800 m from the property.

Set in a building dating from the 17th-century with no lift access, all units feature a flat-screen TV. Some units are air conditioned and include a seating area with an iPod docking station. There is also a dining area and a kitchen equipped with a dishwasher and oven. A microwave and toaster are also offered, as well as a coffee machine. Every unit is equipped with a private bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. Towels and bed linen are featured.

This is what you get if you combine a perfect location with great amenities. This flat has everything you need.

Excellent location and a very cosy and nice appartement; beds and bed linens were extremely comfortable, the bathroom and shower were great.

Love this location and the comfortable apartment. Washer dryer really comes in handy. Air conditioning worked. Second time we stayed here.

If you want to stay in the centre of Marais, then you cannot get a better location. Amazing. Will definitely stay again in our next visit.

The apartment itself was great, good sized, good facilities, close to many tourist attractions. However, the description doesn’t say anywhere that the hotel doesn’t have a lift. Getting the luggage up and down was a disaster too.

The residence was located at the Marais district so everything was convenient and safe. I really loved the air conditioner. It would’ve been a hell if we didn’t have one.

Perfect location in the heart of Le Marais. Lots of lovely little cafes and bars right outside the apartment. Modern apartment with comfy beds and a fan for when it’s warm!

The location was central and very convenient. The Ile de la Cite ( Notre Dame ) was only 15 minutes walk away. Bakery , greengrocer and mini supermarket only minutes away. The concierge was helpful and obliging. She looked after our luggage after check-out to give us a full day in Paris before our evening flight home.

How much does a room costs at Residence Central Marais ?

Prices start 280$/night for Superior Apartment. The Apartment – Split Level is  600$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This apartment has a dishwasher, oven and kitchenware.

Where to book online – Residence Central Marais – Gay Friendly Hotels Paris you can find the best hotels deals in Paris during Festival of Lights, Paris which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paris on or  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


2. Hôtel Elixir 3* – Gay Friendly Accommodation Paris

Hôtel Elixir
Hôtel Elixir

Nestled in the heart of Paris, on a quiet street, this 3-star hotel offers contemporary guest rooms located a 10-minute walk away from the Louvre and the lively Rue de Rivoli.

Enjoy the brand new facilities and modern comfort the hotel provides in an old typical Parisian building. All of the guest rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with telephone, cable TV with international channels and free WiFi access. The private bathrooms are complete with a hairdryer.

From the hotel, there is easy access to the Musée d’Orsay, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Centre Pompidou Museum.

The nearest metro is 1 minute away and will take you to Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airports, Disneyland or La Défense business centre, Stade de France or Parc des Expositions. Public parking is available nearby.

Independent hotel with central location, open 24 hours. 30 bedrooms in the heart of paris in a quite street near from everything, refurbished in 2009 and 2nd semester 2013.Every room has air conditioning, double glass, TV with satellite including CNN & BBC, minibar, safe for a laptop up to 15 inch, telephone, free WiFi, Ipod alarm clock player, iron & board, hair dryer, bathtub or large shower, kettle with tea and coffee facility, ecologic welcome products, quality hanger.Our entry has a ramp access, our lift, breakfast room and one room are able to welcome any hand wheelchair.We do speak french, english, spanish & russian.

The location simply can’t be beat as it’s steps from the Marais and gay district, Nôtre dame and then the Latin quarter, the louvre, shopping and best of all the bus and metro stops!! So central!
Most important for us is the bed quality: it was perfect. AC, strong wifi, safe in room, iron, excellent quick breakfast option. We had a really cool main floor room with a beautiful shower and neat private patio. Didn’t spend much time at the hotel (obviously!) but the 4 front desk people we met were friendly and helpful for us. The breakfast servers were also nice.

The Hotel Elixir in Paris is located in a fantastic artistic area called Le Marais, very close to the river Seine, the beautiful Town Hall and the Centre Pompidou.Although in the heart of Paris, it is quiet and has a cosy atmosphere.The staff is very helpful and friendly.The rooms are beautiful and spacious, cleaning service is very good.Feeling like home.It will be our place to stay in Paris.

A wonderful little hotel in the heart of Paris. One can walk to the Louvre or Notre Dame in 10 minutes and the Chatelet Metro station is only a few steps away for quick access to all parts of the city. There is a charming patisserie at the corner for a wonderful breakfast or lunch and many bistros close by for dinner.Staff are pleasant and efficient and the rooms, though small, are quiet, modern, clean and efficiently designed.

My main suggestion would be for improved street signage. Taxi drivers and guests have difficulty finding the address as the hotel is located on a small side street and there is nothing much to distinguish it as a hotel in the streetscape. There is only a small plaque in the entrance way to indicate Hotel Elixir. One could drive or walk by repeatedly and not notice it. But Hotel Elixir is the perfect spot for a few days in Paris. Once you have found it, you’ll be glad you did.

he accomodation at Hotel Louvre Rivoli has been the best we could find! An excellent ratio quality/price, an excellent location at 5 min by foot from Louvre, Notre Dame, and at 1 min from Les Halles-Chatelet metro station, where several metro lines crossed in all directions.
Rooms are modern, comfortable and very very clean. European breakfast is served in a very nice taverna by kind and polite personnel.

I absolutely recommend this hotel as one of the best accomodation in Paris.

The hotel Elixir occupies an unbeatable location in the heart of Paris. The Louvre is only a ten minute walk away,with Notre dame only 4 or 5 minutes away. The Chatelet Metro station is about 100 yards away with connections for virtually everywhere in Paris.

The hotel has recently undergone a complete refurbishment inside,and all the rooms and public areas have been very tastefully modernised. The rooms are of a good size for central Paris,very clean and very well furnished.The bathrooms are modern and well appointed. All the rooms have air conditioning,free Wifi and cable TV.

The breakfast was continental,but not a huge selection to choose from.All the staff spoke very good English,and were always friendly and helpful. For comfort,location and value for money it would be difficult to find a better hotel in central Paris. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone.

Hotel Elixir has a prime location for anyone who wants to be close to The Louvre, Notre Dame, Saint Chapelle, Saint Jacques and more. The location is 10/10. Double room was spacious with balcony and ideal for our trip. Bed a little hard and could do with two pillows each but not much of a problem as an extra pillow in the cupboard. Shower was hot and fine. Hair & body gel provided.

We found everyone to be really helpful and friendly – even when we left our room key in the room, it wasn’t a problem. Balcony was a nice plus in room for coffee in the morning. Cleaning didn’t come too early which was great to Room 504 and we had a three good sleeps until 9am. We would stay here again if in Paris and wanted to be in an amazing location and a hotel we know to be good.

We’ve been using this hotel for many years , mainly for its excellent location and reasonable price, it’s gradually transformed itself from a standard Paris hotel into a stylish boutique hotel. We were given the new ground floor room this year , with fabulous amber mosaic shower tiles, a large comfortable double bed,big flat screen tv, deep pile carpet, and a skylight…quite a surprise.

The lobby redesign is much more comfortable and welcoming. We’d had to stay in a chain hotel in Montparnasse earlier in the year for a train connection, which was the same price but much more drab, it was such a relief to stay again at our favourite hotel.

he staff are friendly and helpful, the rooms are clean and you can’t beat the location if you want to walk through some of the city’s most famous districts (it’s on a relatively quiet side street). As expected in central Paris, the rooms are very small but there is enough room to move around and have everything you could need, including a queen sized bed where other hotels I researched only had a double bed. The breakfast selection was good – baguette, pastries, eggs, bacon, sausage, cereal, coffee, tea, juice, etc. My only complaint is that the bed is quite hard but that is subjective and my partner loves it.

Gay Friendly Hotels Paris
Gay Friendly Hotels Paris

How much does a room costs at Hôtel Elixir ?

Prices start 175$/night for Standard Double Room. The Superior Double Room is  185$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

With air conditioning and soundproofing, this larger double room has a safe, a minibar and a flat-screen with international channels. This private bathroom comes with a bath and a hairdryer. An iPod dock station and coffee and tea making facilities are also featured.

For your comfort, the property uses environment-friendly cleaning products. 1 room can accommodate persons with reduced mobility.

Where to book online – Hôtel Elixir – Gay Friendly Hotels Paris you can find the best hotels deals in Paris during Festival of Lights, Paris which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paris on or  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


3. Hôtel Jules & Jim 3* – Gay Hotels Paris

Hôtel Jules & Jim
Hôtel Jules & Jim

Located in the heart of the Marais quarter in central Paris, this modern hotel is surrounded by two paved courtyards and has views of the roofs of Paris.

Each air-conditioned and soundproofed room at the Hôtel Jules & Jim has free Wi-Fi, an iPod station, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

A continental and buffet breakfast made with fresh produce is served daily in the chic dining area. Guests can enjoy a wine or home-made cocktails at the hotel’s bar or on the terrace and courtyard with an outdoor fireplace.

The hotel is located between Place des Vosges and Centre Georges Pompidou. It is a 3 minute-walk from Arts et Métiers Metro station, which gives direct access to Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Opera and Chatelet.

Hotel Jules & Jim is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Paris, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

While staying at Hotel Jules & Jim, visitors can check out Palais Garnier – Opéra National de Paris (1.3 mi) and Basilique du Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre (1.7 mi), some of Paris’ top attractions.

The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.

Hotel Jules & Jim features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and baggage storage. In addition, as a valued Hotel Jules & Jim guest, you can enjoy breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available nearby.

While visiting Paris, you may want to try some crab at one of the nearby restaurants, such as L’Avenue, Les Ombres, or L’Avant Comptoir.

Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Memorial de la Shoah, Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme, and Musee de Montmartre.

Jules and Jim is a fabulous gay friendly hotels Paris, in the middle of gay Paris Le Marais.

Clean and spacious accommodation with a central courtyard. Some rooms with balconies and others didn’t (ours didn’t) but what makes these guys enchanting is their staff. Kudo to Simon, Pierre and the wonderful Noëlyne who bent over backwards to make our stay in Paris comfortable and enjoying.

My only regret is not being about to stay longer. Well recommended by us, I guarantee you’ll enjoy this little piece of gay heaven.

In the old Jewish ghetto of Paris, the new fashion district and the gay area , Le Marais is a great place to stay , hung around , eat and shop.

Jules et Jim hotel is a great boutique hotel where you find a cool friendly front desk , charming modern room, small but comfortable, big beds and a very good shower.

My favor Paris restaurant Le derrière is a block away, great bars too not too far. Highly recommended to stay.

If it is one thing Hotel Jules and Jim has it is taste. Its owners have impeccable taste from the scented candles at the lobby to the choice of top toiletries to the contemporary artworks and furniture designs in the rooms, the lobby and in the bar/breakfast lounge.

The hotel also has a lot of welcome surprises. Its laid back morning breakfast lounge converts to a swinging evening bar. Another great thing about the hotel is that it is located in the Marais district which has a lot of art galleries, quaint shops and interesting restaurants frequented by the locals. And yes, although it is a gay friendly hotels Paris, straights are more than welcome in this hotel.

My boyfriend and I stayed at this hotel for a long weekend in September and could not recommend it more. I was initially a bit worried, as after I read some reviews I thought it might only be gay couples staying there, but there were also straight couples and people on business trips, etc. The location is excellent as it is just a few minutes walk from 2 metro stations and in the trendy district of Marais (like London’s Soho).

The hotel is very arty, with photographic prints on the walls from the reception to the rooms and a lovely bar and outside area. The rooms are clean and a perfect size. We stayed in a Jim room and the way the room was decorated was great, with a waterfall shower we were very pleased with. We got a cab from Gare Du Nord and it took around 10 minutes to get to the hotel and costed around 9 euros. The staff were very accommodating and friendly and were happy to help when we asked for directions and recommended a really nice cafe called ‘Cafe Charlot’, which was only a few minutes away, had a very Parisian feel to it and served great food, highly recommended!

I will definitely be staying at this hotel again when I’m next in Paris.

his is the only place to stay in Paris. It is everything you could want in Paris: intimate and perfectly appointed. Although the rooms were small, they were excellently designed and decorated. The bed mattress was firm (a must for me) and the overhead showers a treat (even for a tall person). In room lighting and climate control (with aircon) was a real plus in July. The staff were friendly, relaxed and very accommodating.

J&J is located conveniently in the Marais, an easy walk to many key attractions and destinations, two metro stations, and close to the Gare du Nord and the Gare de l’Est. The Marais is the heart of gay Paris, and the hotel made us (a male couple) very welcome, and made good recommendations for meals. Have a glass of red wine at the bar and then wander down to Notre Dame square at sunset, see the Eiffel Tower lit up as the sun goes down. Breakfasts were excellent (if pricey). Make sure to get enough wifi codes for all the devices you have (but they asked how many we needed, which was great). This is a place I recommend unreservedly, and can’t wait to go back.

Gay Hotels Paris
Gay Hotels Paris

How much does a room costs at Hôtel Jules & Jim ?

Prices start 308$/night for Double Room. The Double Room with City View – Top Floor
is  400$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

Located in the attic, this air-conditioned and soundproofed room has views of Paris’ rooftops. It also has an iPod docking station, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.

Where to book online – Hôtel Jules & Jim – Gay Hotels Paris you can find the best hotels deals in Paris during Festival of Lights, Paris which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paris on or  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


4. Le 123 Sébastopol – Astotel 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Paris

Hotel Le 123 Sebastopol - Astotel
Hotel Le 123 Sebastopol – Astotel

Located in the 2nd district of Paris, just 150 m from Réamur-Sébastopol Metro Station, 123 Sébastopol offers a terrace, 24-hour reception and luggage storage. Place de la République is only a 10-minute walk away.

With a cinema-inspired décor, all rooms are air-conditioned and feature an iPod docking station, a flat-screen TV, and a minibar with free soft drinks. The en suite bathroom includes a hairdryer. Each floor pays tribute to a specific cinema artist and each room includes complimentary non-alcoholic beverages in the minibar.

A buffet breakfast is served each morning at 123 Sébastopol and it can also be enjoyed in the comfort of your own room. Restaurants can be found within walking distance. Starting in the afternoon until late in the evening, guests can also enjoy free non-alcoholic beverages and snacks in the hotel lobby. Guests can stop by any of Astotel’s hotels in Paris to enjoy this service and have a drink or snack, free of charge.

Only 10 minutes walking distance from the Pompidou Centre, the Opera and the Marais areas, and facing the Gaite Lyrique Theatre, 123 Sebastopol is the perfect place for an out-of-this-world stay in the heart of Paris.You will be impressed by its top of the range comfort and services and by its unique, movie-inspired design, with each floor dedicated to a French movie celebrity: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Claude Lelouch, Daniele Thompson, Jaoui and Bacri , Elsa Zylberstein or the Italian film music star Ennio Morricone.

On entering the lobby, you will enter the movie world and be greeted by our highly professional staff, attentive to your every need and on hand 24h/7.With its easy-to-find location, its direct links to all the major tourist attractions in the capital city, its unique decor and its services tailored to suit every visitor, 123 Sebastopol is THE go-to destination in Paris.

Everything at the hotel was fabulous – the room was comfortable and nicely decorated, the staff helpful, and in particular, the GM was wonderful – very friendly, very helpful, really engaging, etc. The afternoon tea offerings were a great bonus, too.

The hotel itself is close enough to a lot of places to visit that you can walk, but not so much in the middle of a tourist zone, which I liked. And there is a Metro station a block away. In terms neighborhood conveniences, there was a Monoprix just a couple hundred steps away (if you’re American, think French Target) where we could get water, snacks, and amenities, and there was also a small market a couple of hundred steps in the other direction that had a nice wine selection. I’d absolutely stay here again, and have already recommended it to friends.

he location is very central, in the 2nd arrondissement, just a couple of blocks away from 2 metro stations and within easy walking distance (10 – 15 min) of more significant train stations, e.g. Gare de l’Est and Chatelet Les Halles. It is walking distance to an endless supply of restaurants (all types), shopping and attractions, the pedestrian area of Rue Montorgueil, the Marais, Place de République, etc. The hotel itself is charming (French movie themes abound), air-conditioned, and otherwise modern, clean and well-appointed.

The staff is generally multi-lingual, and very helpful and friendly – they assisted with everything from restaurant recommendations and reservations at museums to providing the accoutrements to enjoy champagne we picked up in Reims and reserving an airport taxi. Breakfast was excellent and varied – never ran out of options. We also enjoyed the afternoon happy hour with drinks and wonderful pastries. Our room was comfortable and well-kept, and we appreciated the free mini-bar, which was restocked daily. Loads of electrical outlets and USB ports kept all of our gear charged up without challenge. Unlike other commentators, we had no problems with the Strasbourg neighborhood that bordered the area, and felt no safety concerns venturing out there for dinner at night (I am a woman who was traveling with one of my daughters, and we never felt at risk).

The whole area is generally very lively at all hours, and very diverse. Full disclosure – there is a street nearby that had obvious prostitution in progress (interestingly, the ladies all seemed to be roughly my age), but on that same block was an excellent wood-fired pizzeria and a convenient laundromat that we used with the assistance of some kind locals – never would have figured out how to activate the machines without them! The full complement of commercial enterprises seemed to coexist along that little street without issue – it was just a tiny microcosm of a very vibrant and engaging area. We really enjoyed our time at Hotel le 123 Sebastopol and would happily return – highly recommended.

We had complimentary breakfast with our stay and it was fantastic. The food was delicious and there was a wide selection of foods and beverages. There was also a complimentary tea time included in the afternoon; we unfortunately never made it, but it was nice that it was available.

Location felt safe and was walkable to the Seine and many main attractions. Staff was always helpful when we asked for directions or suggestions or help. Whole hotel had a fun movie/cinema theme.

Would happily stay again!

Gay Friendly Hotels Paris
Gay Friendly Hotels Paris

How much does a room costs at Le 123 Sébastopol – Astotel ?

Prices start 109$/night for Standard Double Room. The Privilege Double Room is  170$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This air-conditioned room is the largest and features an iPod docking station, a flat-screen TV and a safety deposit box. Extra features include a minibar with complimentary non-alcoholic beverages. The en suite bathroom includes a hairdryer.

Where to book online – Le 123 Sébastopol – Astotel – Gay Friendly Hotels Paris you can find the best hotels deals in Paris during Festival of Lights, Paris which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paris on or  or and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.


5. Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Paris

Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf
Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf

Situated 700 m from Louvre Museum in Paris, Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf offers free access to its indoor pool and hot tub. The hotel also features a spa centre, Le Spa Pont-Neuf by Cinq Mondes, accessible at an extra cost. Guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant.

Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and has a coffee machine and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. All rooms comes with a touchpad, which is at guest’s disposal. Each room is fitted with a private bathroom, free toiletries and a hairdryer. Guests will find japanese toilet in the bathroom.

A continental buffet breakfast including pastries, cheese and salmon is available daily at Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf. Fruit juice, cold meats and jam are also provided and eggs are prepared on request and at an extra cost. Guests can also enjoy lunch and dinner made with seasonal produce at the hotel’s restaurant. There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.

Located at 23-25 rue du Pont-Neuf, between the Seine and Les Halles, this hotel inaugurates the Maison Albar brand. This private home will guide you through an authentic and refined experience, and entirely embodies the “French Elegance”. On the dining side, welcome to “Odette”, your brand new urban inn! Orchestrated by Rostang Père et Filles, discover a generous and gourmet cuisine based on local products, combining finesse and tradition. Finally, pamper yourself at the Spa Céline for a sensorial wellness journey made by “Cinq Mondes”.

Nice 5-star hotel in a great location. Pompidou, Louvre in walking distance. Rooms are not huge but decent – especially for Paris. Beautiful bathroom with a very big walk-in shower. High quality materials.

The hotel just reopened in September and is one of the few hotels with an indoor swimming pool. Due to the current situation you have to pre-book pool and gym as only a small amount of people is allowed at one time. Also, the pool area offers very little lounging space. Basically only 4 people can relax there at the same time.

Breakfast is served (no buffet) and offers something for everyone – from bacon & cheese to kore healthy options. The staff there as throughout the hotel is very professional, very friendly. 5 stars for them.

On a few minor details the hotel did not convince completely: there is a problem with the TV channels, only a few worked. Not great for a 5-star hotel.

The breakfast area is kind of cute but the small tables and the restricted space make it a bit tricky at times.

Overall one of the best places I have stayed in in Paris, where hotels can be a bit hit and miss at times. Would definitely come back.

The location was great- in walking distance to the Louvre and many other places of interest. There are shops, restaurants, a grocery store, and a pharmacy close to the hotel.

he room controls (lighting, climate, curtains, service etc.) could be controlled from an iPad, which was handy. The room I was in did not have a bath. The rainfall shower was good, but not great. Toilet had a high tech Japanese toilet seat with bidet, which was great. The bed was amazingly comfortable. The room was mostly soundproof, but I could hear other guests in adjoining rooms a little too well sometimes. The bathroom was small and poorly designed for the space. There were way too many doors opening onto each other. It made it awkward to navigate.

I had breakfast at the restaurant once and it was fine, but a bit average. I also had room service once and it was fine, but again, very average. There are plenty of great places to eat out in the area or nearby, so this wasn’t really an issue. The spa looked great, but I didn’t get a chance to use it.

The staff and service were good.

The location was fantastic, close to transport, shopping, and comfortable walking distance to museums, tourist attractions, Le Marais, and great food options.

Overall, I enjoyed my stay and despite very minor gripes, would probably stay here again.

This is a very nice boutique hotel in Les Halles, extremely conveniently located to the Louvre, Pont-Neuf and Notre Dame as well as the Marais district. Our room on the Rue du Pont-Neuf was bright, relatively quiet (there are some several Cafés at street level) and very well appointed. Weather permitting, it was a real pleasure to open our casement windows onto the street and observe all the activity below. I’ve seen a few comments about the bedside iPads and the slightly inadequate bathroom lighting with which I agree, although I would emphasize that any time we had the slightest need for assistance the staff was immediately on top of it — and that is to be applauded.

The gym is small but very good for a boutique hotel, we didn’t try the spa but it looked promising, and our one meal in the restaurant was very pleasant with excellent service. A special thanks to the concierge who put in a lot of time assisting us with touring plans, securing tickets and dinner reservations.Thanks to everyone at the hotel for helping make this a great six days in Paris.

Gay Friendly Hotels Paris
Gay Friendly Hotels Paris

How much does a room costs at Maison Albar Hôtels Le Pont-Neuf ?

Prices start 437$/night for Superior Double Room with Spa Access.  The The Pont-Neuf Suite
is  680$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.

This larger suite features air conditioning, a seating area and a flat-screen TV. It also comes with a private bathroom, fitted with a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer.

Where to book online – Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf – Gay Friendly Hotels Paris you can find the best hotels deals in Paris during Festival of Lights, Paris which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Paris 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.