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Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights in Greece have evolved significantly over the last years, establishing it as one of the most liberal countries in Southeast Europe. Discrimination is not as common anymore, although LGBT people in Greece may still face social challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Despite this, Greek public opinion on homosexuality is generally regarded as culturally liberal,with same-sex unions being legally recognised since 2015.
Greece is one of Europe’s most popular LGBT tourist destinations, particularly its largest cities Athens and Thessaloniki as well as several of its islands. The gay scene of Mykonos is well-known, with many establishments catering for the LGBT community.Lesbos also is famous internationally for its lesbian scene in Eressos.
There is also a large gay scene in Thessaloniki with gay/lesbian bars/clubs and several friendly mixed venues, and several LGBT organisations. In June 2012, the city got its own annual pride event (Thessaloniki Pride).
Thessaloniki has a long history of being a gay friendly resort and in downtown we can find a few gay friendly bars as well as Enola or TS14-TRANSVESTITE BAR is the most famous gay place in Crete, Greece.
Thessaloniki is a Greek port city on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean Sea. Evidence of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman history remains, especially around Ano Poli, the upper town. The ruins of Roman Emperor Galerius’ 4th-century palace include the Rotunda that has been both a church and a mosque. Much of the city center was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1917. The rebuilt 20th-century city has a modern European layout.
Top attractions to visit in Thessaloniki
- Church of Saint Dimitrios – Patron of Thessaloniki
- Ladadika District
- Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki
- White Tower of Thessaloniki
- Toumba Stadium
Best Day Tours in Thessaloniki
- Pozar Thermal Baths and Edessa Day Trip from Thessaloniki
- Day Trip to Dion and Mountain Olympus from Thessaloniki
- Mount Olympus and Dion Full-Day Trip from Thessaloniki
- Olympus Hiking up to Mytikas 2918 Meters
- Olympus Canyoning Adventure
1. Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki 5* – Gay Friendly Hotels Thessaloniki
Only a 5-minute drive from Macedonia International, the Thessaloniki offers high-quality banqueting , , state-of-the-art technology and a unique Asian spa. Hyatt Regency Casino, the largest in Balkans, is a 3-minute drive away and is available.
Each in this luxurious international hotel has been fully equipped with the latest in communications technology. Every modern amenity has been provided to ensure guests have a stay. Free WiFi is available.
In multiple buildings on tropical grounds, this high-end hotel is 6 km from Waterland WaterPark, 8 km from Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia and 16 km from the 4th-century Arch of Galerius and Rotunda.
Warmly furnished rooms with mountain or garden views offer minibars, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs; most have balconies or patios. Suites add separate living rooms, and upgraded suites feature saunas and steam baths. There’s 24-hour room service.
Breakfast and parking are complimentary. There’s a posh restaurant, a poolside eatery and a lobby lounge. Other amenities include indoor and outdoor pools, a gym and a spa, as well as a 24-hour casino.
Get the celebrity treatment with world-class service at Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki. Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki offers pet-friendly accommodations in Thessaloniki, just 12.9 km from Thessaloniki Exhibition Center. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking is available on site.
A flat-screen TV with satellite channels, as well as a CD player are featured. Certain rooms feature a sitting area for your convenience. You will find a kettle in the room. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and slippers. There is free shuttle service, free shuttle service and a hairdresser’s at the property.
Fantastic hospitality (promptness, helpfulness, cheerfulness) across all members of staff – check in, concierge, from service. Easily one of my best hospitality experiences.
Property is also well landscaped and has very good facilities – a massive outdoor pool, indoor pool and spa. A squash court and tennis courts, with equipment included?! Don’t expect any of this from a ‘normal’ business hotel.
The location is close to the airport (<10 minute car ride) and about 25 minutes to the city centre. Complimentary shuttles to both the airport and the city are another sign of the hospitality focus of this hotel.
It isn’t too busy by the pool – there are plenty of sunbeds and parasols anyway. Food and cocktails aren’t cheap but it’s lovely having lunch by the pool! There’s also a DJ in the afternoon which was a nice touch!
There are 3 restaurants to eat in at the Hyatt and Ambrosia is the main one. It has a lovely terrace overlooking the pool area!
Thessaloniki is a 20 min drive from the hotel and the Hyatt provide free transport to and from – just make sure you book in with the concierge!
My boyfriend enjoyed working out in the morning in the fitness centre which has plenty of equipment, steam rooms, saunas, plunge pools, a heated indoor pool & whirlpool!
Hyatt lived up to my expectations. It’s like a resort with huge surroundings, beautiful pool and spacious rooms. Best to rent a car and blue car rental has an office about 300 yards from hotel. Thessaloniki city is about 25 minutes drive and traffic is easy to manage if you are driving. There is a decent cooked breakfast available at the hotel.
Outside area of the Restaurant faces the pool and it’s lovely to spend time in the area. Staff are all polite and helpful. Overall a great place to relax. Before booking I pondered about booking a hotel in city near to the seafront but decided on Hyatt looking at its pictures and beautiful grounds it was located. I am glad I stayed here. It’s not close to shops or city and be prepared to travel if you need shops or city. It’s 5-8 mins from airport and great to get to the airport.
How much does a room costs at Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki ?
Magnificent garden views from a furnished patio welcome you to an elegant 100-sq.-metre suite decorated in traditional Greek decor. Lavish amenities include living room, dining table for six, desk with Internet access, king bedroom and marble and granite bath with walk-in shower.
Regency Club on the 2nd floor is the ideal place for guests who desire a higher level of service and privacy. Guests enjoy special services such as snacks and drinks or use of the boardroom for business meeting or relaxation
Where to book online – Hyatt Regency Thessaloniki – Gay Friendly Hotels Thessaloniki Greece – you can find the best hotels deals in Thessaloniki during TIFF Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Thessaloniki on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
2. The Modernist Thessaloniki 4* – Gay Friendly Hotels Thessaloniki
In the heart of Thessaloniki, The Modernist Thessaloniki combines old-world grace with casual luxury, set in a striking 1920’s heritage building. Restored in a minimalist, yet sensual style, this property is just a short stroll from everything Thessaloniki has to offer. Free WiFi is provided throughout.
All units at The Modernist Thessaloniki are fitted with parquet floor and a flat-screen, satellite TV. Elegant in style, all rooms are complete with a private bathroom, while certain rooms here will provide you with a balcony. A Nespresso machine is available in every room. Air conditioning comes standard.
Breakfast is served daily from 7:00 – 10:30 on the rooftop terrace. All ingredients are carefully selected and prepared in the open plan kitchen.
n an elegant building dating from the 1920s, this informal hotel is 5 minutes’ walk from Aristotelous Square, which faces the Thermaic Gulf waterfront, and 16 km from Thessaloniki Airport.
The understated rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini fridges and Nespresso machines; some add furnished balconies. Upgraded rooms have living areas. Family rooms sleep up to 4 guests.
There’s a rooftop terrace. Breakfast is available for a surcharge.
The Modernist combines old-world grace with casual luxury, set in a striking 1920’s heritage building and restored in a minimalist yet sensual style that moves between art deco, mid-century detailing and Danish design. Situated in downtown Thessaloniki, it’s the perfect port of call for constant travelers who know how to live in the moment and are at home wherever they set down their bag.
Flying light and often solo, expecting seamless comforts, a bit of local buzz, and highly professional yet completely unpretentious service, they’ll find nothing less than everything they need at The Modernist.
This hotel is in the heart of Thessaloniki, in one of the most beautiful streets of the city, but still without noise. It is right next to Aristotelous square, and very close to the historic center of the city. The employees are very friendly. Breakfast is served on the top floor, but not necessarily included in the room price, since one has lots of different options in the area. Also, very close to the hotel there are many pretty inexpensive parking areas.
Very nice hotel in the heart of the city – close to every attraction. Rooms are comfortable and very clean. Safety guaranteed by key card opener for every door. We really loved the breakfast and their efforts to avoid plastic materials.
Delicious orange juice in bottles, butter, fresh cheese, fruit salad – all single packed in glass bowls – fantastic. Home made Sandwiches gave us a perfect start into the day… we will come back for sure.
The Modernist is a little hidden gem right in the heart of Thessaloniki! Beautiful and super clean rooms: xlarge rooms are ideal for families with small children! Excellent breakfast in a beautiful rooftop terrace: with an Ergon Foods menu! Super friendly and helpful staff: they helped us with everything we needed and asked for! Spot on location:right in the heart of the city!
The Modernist is located in the heart of the city. The most perfect location and close to everything in walking distance. The hotel and rooms are very chic and modern with distinct details and style.
The bed and pillows were amazing, the shower was out of this world and the terrace was lovely!
The rooftop breakfast room was terrific and the breakfast buffet was delicious and visually appetizing as well.
Most importantly the service of every single staff worker was above and beyond. Every single request I made was met and delivered quickly and with a smile.
I loved my stay at the Modernist and hope to stay there again in the future.
I highly recommend this hotel also because the price is super fair and you receive much more than you expected.
The location is in the heart of the city, near Aristoteles square. The room was very tidy, clean with comfortable bed. It’s equipped with refrigerator, capsule coffee maker, LED tv, deposit box.
The bathroom was very comfortable, and you can get the hot water in no time, unlike the other hotel which have to wait around 3-5 minutes.
The internet access (wifi) was extremely very fast, a high speed one! I don’t taste the breakfast but i believe they serve tasty foods along with the beautiful scenery from the balcony.
They don’t have laundry service and the gym is in different facility, have to pay for daily usage.
Overall, it is a pleasant stay in Greece with this hotel as your homestay. Well done The Modernist.
How much does a room costs at The Modernist Thessaloniki ?
Fitted with a sofa bed and parquet floors, this air-conditioned junior suite has:
-flat-screen, satellite TV -safety deposit box -free WiFi -mini fridge -locally produced organic toiletries and hairdryer -Marshall speakers and a selection of books A baby cot is provided upon request.
Where to book online – The Modernist Thessaloniki – Gay Friendly Hotels Thessaloniki Greece – you can find the best hotels deals in Thessaloniki during TIFF Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Thessaloniki on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. The Caravan 4* – LGBT Friendly Hotels Thessaloniki
Located in the heart of the city, Theis within a short of the main shopping street and vibrant areas of . Free WiFi is available throughout.
The elegantly designedand suites at The Caravan open to a balcony and some boast views of Thessaloniki. Each is air-conditioned and equipped with a satellite, flat-screen TV. The bathroom in every is stocked with a shower, while free toiletries and hairdryer are also included. Some rooms feature a seating area.
The lively Aristotelous Square, boasting an array of cafes, restaurants andviews of Thermaikos Gulf, is at just 300 m. The White Tower is located within approximately 1.3 km of The Caravan. The seafront area right by this historic landmark of Thessaloniki creates a perfect setting for cycling or walking.
Set in the city center, this laid-back B&B with quirky touches is in a neoclassical building dating from 1929. It’s a 10-minute walk from the waterfront Aristotelous Square, 12 minutes’ walk from Thessaloniki ferry terminal and 2 km from the landmark White Tower of Thessaloniki.
Understated rooms and suites featuring vivid artwork provide complimentary Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and mini fridges, as well as balconies. Family rooms offer sofa beds. An upgraded suite has a living area. Room service is available.
Breakfast is served in a casual dining room. There’s an airy cafe/bar with colorful accents. Bike rentals are offered.
Caravan is the place to be in Thessaloniki, a superb hotel/b&b , central location, very nice atmosphere, comfortable and with a special look, the decoration is very nice and authentic and special.. eyes for details.
Everything was great, from the warm welcome, the assistance with parking the car in the nearby Garage,to the careful attention for corona-measures without feeling stressed and the delightful breakfast.. not to mention the choose- your-pillow-menu.
This boutique hotel is really one of its kind, we really loved it! Each piece of furniture is unique and the rooms, the cafe and all the spaces are decorated with great taste. We really loved the so many decorative details, all vividly and cheerful. The decoration itself can lift your mood up. The location is great, very central, a stone’s throw from restaurants, bars, shops, everything you need.
Everything was clean and there is a pillow menu you can choose from. The breakfast has great variety, too. Last but not least, the friendly and enthusiastic staff, always there to provide helpful suggestions or just ask how your day is going. Definitely our favorite in Thessaloniki, will visit again.
One of the best experiences! Extra polite and friendly staff, cozy place, convenient location. Everyone was so helpful from the first minute of our arrival. The rooms were nice, well decorated, sparkly clean and the bed very comfortable. The breakfast had a huge variety of things to try plus the all day cafe in the reception was a nice place to rest after walking all day around the city. Totally recommend it.
The staff was superb – they gave us useful information and recommendations about the city and the area. The breakfast was excellent. The hotel has an elevator, and there are free mineral water bottles in the room. The hotel is located in a quiet small street, very close to the market and to the center. There is a parking place just in front of the hotel. When we left the hotel – we found a temporary parking place just in front of the lobby. The lobby is cute, and all the pace is very well decorated. The beds and the toilet are comfortable.
The price of this hotel is a little bit higher than other such places, but it worth it, as the level of this place is very high.
Located in the heart of old Thessaloniki, the Caravan welcomed us with open arms , and a cooling drink ! Each member of the team ensured we were well looked after and gave us loads of information on what to see and where to eat. They even contacted us in advance of arrival to give us a choice of pillows ! The room was light and airy, the furnishings were quirky and retro and the bed ( plus pillows) was fabulous. Breakfast, too, was tasty and was continually topped up with fresh items.
How much does a room costs at The Caravan ?
Opening to a balcony with views of Thessaloniki, this elegantly designed room offers a satellite, flat-screen TV and safe. The bathroom is stocked with a shower, while free toiletries are also offered. Air conditioning comes standard.
Where to book online – The Caravan – Gay Friendly Hotels Thessaloniki Greece – you can find the best hotels deals in Thessaloniki during TIFF Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Thessaloniki on Booking.com or Hotelscombined.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.